1999 European Parliament election in Germany

An election of MEPs representing Germany constituency for the 1999–2004 term of the European Parliament was held in 1999.

1999 European Parliament election in Germany[1]

← 1994 13 June 1999 (1999-06-13)[1] 2004 →

All 99 German seats in the European Parliament
  First party Second party Third party
Party CDU/CSU SPD Greens
Seats before 47 40 12
Seats won 53 33 7
Seat change Increase6 Decrease7 Decrease5
Popular vote 13,168,231 8,307,085 1,741,494
Percentage 48.7% 30,7% 6.4%
Swing Increase9.9% Decrease1.5% Decrease3.7%

  Fourth party
Party PDS
Seats before 0
Seats won 6
Seat change Increase6
Popular vote 1,567,745
Percentage 5.8%
Swing Increase1.1%


Christian Democratic Union10,628,22439.2843+4
Social Democratic Party8,307,08530.7033–7
Christian Social Union2,540,0079.3910+2
Alliance 90/The Greens1,741,4946.447–5
Party of Democratic Socialism1,567,7455.796+6
Free Democratic Party820,3713.0300
The Republicans461,0381.7000
Human Environment Animal Protection185,1860.680New
The Grays – Gray Panthers112,1420.4100
National Democratic Party107,6620.4000
Feminist Party of Germany100,1280.370New
Ecological Democratic Party100,0480.3700
Car-drivers' and Citizens' Interests Party97,9840.3600
Party of the Willing to Work and Socially Vulnerable71,4300.2600
Party of Bible-abiding Christians68,7320.2500
Natural Law Party38,1390.1400
Automobile – Taxpayer Party34,0290.130New
Christian Centre30,7460.1100
Bavaria Party14,9500.0600
Humanist Party11,5050.040New
Bürgerrechtsbewegung Solidarität9,4310.0300
Centre Party7,0800.030New
Family Party of Germany4,1170.0200
Valid votes27,059,27398.51
Invalid/blank votes409,6591.49
Total votes27,468,932100.00
Registered voters/turnout60,786,90445.19
Source: Federal Statistics Office


  1. ^ a b "Wahl zum 5. Europäischen Parlament am 13. Juni 1999" (in German). Bundeswahlleiter. Archived from the original on 2012-08-06. Retrieved 2012-05-05.