2019 European Parliament election in the Czech Republic

The 2019 European Parliament election in the Czech Republic was held on 24 and 25 May 2019,[1] electing the 21 members of the Czech delegation to the European Parliament as part of the European elections held across the European Union.[2]

2019 European Parliament election in the Czech Republic

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All 21 Czech Republic seats to the European Parliament
Turnout28.72% (Increase 10.52 p.p.)
  First party Second party Third party
  Dita Charanzová (2018).jpg JanZahradil.jpg Marcel Kolaja 19 January 2019.jpg
Leader Dita Charanzová Jan Zahradil Marcel Kolaja
Party ANO ODS Pirates
Alliance ALDE ECR PPEU
Last election 16.1%, 4 seats 7.7%, 2 seats 4.8%, 0 seats
Seats before 4 2 0
Seats won 6 4 3
Seat change Increase 2 Increase 2 Increase 3
Popular vote 502,343 344,885 330,844
Percentage 21.18% 14.54% 13.95%
Swing Increase 5.05 p.p. Increase 6.87 p.p. Increase 9.17 p.p.

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
  Jiří Pospíšil 2018.jpg Ivan David 2019.jpg Pavel Svoboda 2010.JPG
Leader Jiří Pospíšil Ivan David Pavel Svoboda
Party TOP 09 SPD KDU–ČSL
Alliance EPP MENF EPP
Last election 16.0%, 4 seats New party 9.9%, 3 seats
Seats before 3 0 3
Seats won 3 2 2
Seat change Decrease 1 Increase 2 Decrease 1
Popular vote 276,220 216,718 171,723
Percentage 11.65% 9.14% 7.24%
Swing Decrease 4.3 p.p. New party Decrease 2.71 p.p.

  Seventh party
  MSK 3609.jpg
Leader Kateřina Konečná
Party KSČM
Alliance GUE/NGL
Last election 11.0%, 3 seats
Seats before 3
Seats won 1
Seat change Decrease 2
Popular vote 164,624
Percentage 6.94%
Swing Decrease 4.04 p.p.

The result was a victory of the populist ruling party ANO (ALDE), with 21.18 per cent and 6 seats, 2 more seats than in 2014 election. Followed by conservative ODS (ECR), with 14.54 per cent and 4 seats, marking a notable growth in the election. The Pirate Party also made major gains. SPD (ENF) gained seats in its first European election, while KDU-ČSL (EPP), TOP 09/STAN (EPP) and KSČM (GUE/NGL) lost seats. ČSSD (S&D) did not cross 5% threshold for the first time, as well as Svobodní (EFDD).

BackgroundEdit

Previous election was held in 2014. ANO 2011 has won the previous election followed by TOP 09. Civic Democratic Party has suffered losses and Czech Social Democratic Party had disappointing result.[3]

Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People's Party announced on 19 May 2018 that it will be led by MEP Pavel Svoboda during 2019 election. Christian Democrats admitted to consider joint list with TOP 09 and Mayors and Independents.[4][5] Christian Democrats announced on 28 November 2018 the will run independently.[6]

Jan Zahradil became Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe candidate for the President of the European Commission and thus the election leader of Civic Democratic Party.[7] Zahradil launched pan-European campaign of Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe on 28 November 2018. Zahradil stated that his[8] Zahradil was confirmed as party's election leader on 10 December 2018.[9] In national election polls, which use similar system (the only difference being national candidate list compared to regional for national elections), ODS polls at second place with 14-16%, which would give them 4 MEP's.

Czech Social Democratic Party announced Pavel Poc as the leading candidate of the party on 30 November 2018.[10] Josef Středula was reportedly offered the position but refused it.[11] Poc was confirmed as electoral leader on 27 January 2019.[12]

Mayors and Independents announced on 7 December 2018 that Stanislav Polčák will be party's election leader. The party stated they negotiate with TOP 09, SNK European Democrats and Liberal-Environmental Party about joint list for the election.[13]

Czech Pirate Party launched its primaries for the election on 10 December 2018. Mikuláš Peksa expressed his intention to become electoral leader of the party and entered the primaries.[14] He was eventually defeated by Marcel Kolaja who became party's electoral leader on 19 January 2019.[15]

Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia chose Kateřina Konečná as the electoral leader on 15 December 2018.[16]

TOP 09 announced its leader Jiří Pospíšil as the electoral leader on 25 January 2019.[17]

PartiesEdit

Name Main candidate Ideology 2014 result Seats (April 2019)
Votes (%) Seats
ANO (ALDE) Dita Charanzová Conservative liberalism 16.1%
4 / 21
2 / 21
STAN & TOP 09
Mayors and Independents
TOP 09 (EPP)
Green Party (EGP)
Liberal-Environmental Party
Jiří Pospíšil Liberal conservatism 20.2%
4 / 21
3 / 21
ČSSD (PES) Pavel Poc Social democracy 14.2%
4 / 21
4 / 21
KSČM
Party of Democratic Socialism (PEL)
Communist Party of Czechoslovakia
Kateřina Konečná Communism 11.0%
3 / 21
3 / 21
KDU-ČSL (EPP)
SNK European Democrats
The Czech Crown (Monarchist Party of Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia)
Conservative Party
Nonpartisans (political party)
Pavel Svoboda Christian democracy 9.9%
3 / 21
3 / 21
ODS (ACRE) Jan Zahradil Conservatism 7.7%
2 / 21
2 / 21
Svobodní (ADDE)
Happy Czechia
Vít Jedlička Libertarian conservatism 5.2%
1 / 21
1 / 21
Pirates (PPEU) Marcel Kolaja Pirate politics 4.8%
0 / 21
0 / 21
SPD (MENF) Ivan David Right-wing populism New
0 / 21
0 / 21
Right Bloc Petr Cibulka Right-wing populism 0.5%
0 / 21
0 / 21
ESO Jaromír Štětina Liberal conservatism New
0 / 21
1 / 21
SNČR František Matějka Euroscepticism New
0 / 21
0 / 21
ND
Party of Common Sense
Adam B. Bartoš Ultranationalism 0.5%
0 / 21
0 / 21
ČS
Bloc Against Islamization – Defense of the Homeland
David Rath Social patriotism 0.1%
0 / 21
0 / 21
DSSS (APF)
Clean Ústí
National Front
Tomáš Vandas Neo-Nazism 0.5%
0 / 21
0 / 21
ADS Pavel Šrámek Agrarianism New
0 / 21
0 / 21
MZH (EFA) Vladan Ševčík Autonomism New
0 / 21
0 / 21
Voice
Tábor 2020
Pavel Telička Liberalism New
0 / 21
2 / 21

CampaignEdit

ANO 2011Edit

Dita Charanzová was introduced as the electoral leader of ANO 2011 on 17 February 2019.[18]

The party launched its campaign on 2 May 2019. It uses the slogan "We will protect Czech strongly and without compromises." The party introduced baseball caps with the slogan "Strong Czechia" which is inspired by Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. Charanzová promised strong Czechia in a strong Europe, fighting against illegal migration and fighting against low quality grocery.[19][clarification needed]

ANO 2011 used Gamekeepers's exhibition Natura Viva. Prime Minister Andrej Babiš and Minister of Environment attended party's meeting there along with Dita Charanzová[20]

ANO 2011 concluded itc campaign on 23 May when Dita CHaranzová was doing contact campaign and handing out Doughnut to potential voters.[21]

Christian and Democratic Union - Czechoslovak People's Party (KDU-ČSL)Edit

KDU-ČSL concluded campaign on 23 May when its candidates met with party's supporters at Anděl to sing Ode to Joy.[21]

Civic Democratic Party (ODS)Edit

 
ODS election stand in Brno

The Civic Democratic Party is led by Jan Zahradil. The list of candidates was announced on 21 January 2018. It includes, besides Zahradil, MEP Evžen Tošenovský, former Minister of Defense Alexandr Vondra, MP Veronika Vrecionová and others. The party is a member of the Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe. Zahradil is a leading candidate of the European Conservatives and Reformists group.[22][23] The party focuses on reform of the European Union.[24]

The party introduced its election slogan "We are the Heart of Europe and we want to be heard" on 16 March 2019.[25]

ODS launched its campaign during a meeting on 2 May 2019. Zahradil stated that the party aims for a less bureaucratic and more flexible Europe. Petr Fiala, leader of ODS, stated that the party plans to support safe outer borders of the European Union, open borders within the European Union and free trade without "useless regulations". He also promised large-scale legal cleaning of European law.[26][27]

Zahradil reacted to the campaign of ANO 2011 that was launched on 2 May 2019. He noted that ODS previously used the slogan "Strong Czechia" during the campaign for the 2017 legislative election. He also stated that ANO 2011 copied the election program of ODS.[28]

ODS released a campaign advertisement on 12 May 2019. It reminds voters of previous and current scandals of Andrej Babiš.[29]

Civic Democratic Party concluded campaign on 24 May when Jan Zahradil was doing contact campaign along with supporters of the party and was handing out leaflets to voters.[21]

Czech Social Democratic Party (ČSSD)Edit

Social Democrats chose Pavel Poc as the electoral leader. The party launched its campaign on 23 April 2019. It focuses on the fight against poor-quality grocery.[30][clarification needed]

Czech Pirate PartyEdit

 
Pirate Party election Banner

The Pirates are led by Marcel Kolaja. The party is not currently represented in the European Parliament. Kolaja stated that it could join Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe group or Greens–European Free Alliance group after the election.[31] The party launched its campaign on 3 March 2019.[32]

Pirates launched their campaign on 29 April 2019 with a petition against Andrej Babiš. The party's campaign utilises the slogan "Europe needs Pirates."[33]

Pirate Party used a virtual reality workshop[clarification needed] during its campaign. Printed Pirate Newspapers included a hologram of Ivan Bartoš, visible when someone aims their mobile phone camera at title page of Pirate Newspapers.[34] The Pirate Party also published so-called Peksaso (named after Mikuláš Peksa) which is a pexeso whose pictures are based on the election program of the Pirates.[35]

Pirates held a meeting with voters at Havlíčkův Brod square on 19 May 2019 where they build an Election Town. There were attractions for people such as Musical performance or bouncy castle for children. Marcel Kolaja called people to vote as the election is important.[20] Pirates also decided to hold a meeting in Olomouc. One of main planned attractions were ponies as a ride for children. Electoral leader Marcel Kolaja disagreed with ponies as he viewed it as an animal abuse which resulted in a party's election whether party members want the pony even at the cost of not having Kolaja at the meeting. Pirates eventually voted they prefer Ponies.[36]

Pirates concluded campaign on 24 May when party's leader Ivan Bartoš was driving through the Prague by a bus with DJ Music.[21]

Freedom and Direct Democracy (SPD)Edit

The Freedom and Direct Democracy is running for the first time in a European parliament election. They are with Movement for a Europe of Nations and Freedom. The party launched its campaign on 25 April 2019.[37]

SvobodníEdit

Svobodní launched campaign on 20 April 2019. Vít Jedlička was announced as its leader. The party is running with support of Joyful Czech Republic. The party's campaign is somewhat less Eurosceptic than in previous years. The party wants to focus on the reform of the European Union. Jedlička stated that Svobodní wants the Czech Republic to remain in the European Union and would support exit from the European Union only if reform does not occur.[38]

On 11 May 2016 Svobodní began its election campaign. Its party members and supporters started printing electoral newspapers.[39]

Svobodní decided to finance its campaign through crowdfunding on the website HitHit. Their target is 350,000 CZK.[40]

STAN and TOP 09Edit

 
STAN and TOP 09 banner in Brno.

On 25 January 2019 was Jiří Pospíšil, leader of the TOP 09 party, announced as the electoral leader of the coalition. In addition to Jiří Pospíšil (TOP 09), the candidate list includes Stanislav Polčák (STAN), MEP Luděk Niedermayer (TOP 09), Marek Ženíšek (TOP 09) and others. All elected members of the European Parliament would be in the European People's Party group.[41]

In January 2019 TOP 09 had announced its desire to negotiate with the political movement Mayors and Independents (STAN) about a joint candidate list for the European Parliament election in 2019.[42] Mayors and Independents party itself had previously announced an agreement of a cooperation with the Green party and numerous regional subjects in the European Parliament election.[43] On 18 February 2019 both party leaders, Petr Gazdík (STAN) and Jiří Pospíšil (TOP 09), signed an agreement on cooperation in the European Parliament election. The assembled coalition was targeting European Union supporters.[44]

The party's MEP Luděk Niedermayer launched a website called My Europe to support European Union by retelling real experiences and stories of Bohemian, Moravian and Silesian citizens, who feel like European citizens at the same time. The campaign aims to inform civil society about the European Union without a political context.[45][46]

TOP 09 and Mayors and Independents coalition made a campaign commercial inspired by the iconic film Cosy Dens.[47] The commercial quickly went viral on social networks. The campaign was aimed at pro-European voters.[47]

DebatesEdit

2019 European Parliament election in the Czech Republic debates
Date Organisers  P  Present   A  Absent  
ANO ODS Pirates SPD ČSSD KSČM TOP 09 STAN KDU–ČSL Hlas
15 May Seznam zprávy[48] P
Dita Charanzová
P
Evžen Tošenovský
P
Marcel Kolaja
A P
Pavel Poc
A A A A A
21 May Association for International Affairs[49] P
Dita Charanzová
P
Jan Zahradil
P
Marcel Kolaja
P
Ivan David
A P
Kateřina Konečná
A P
Stanislav Polčák
P
Pavel Svoboda
P
Pavel Telička
23 May Česká televize[50] P
Andrej Babiš
P
Petr Fiala
P
Ivan Bartoš
P
Tomio Okamura
P
Jan Hamáček
P
Vojtěch Filip
P
Jiří Pospíšil
P
Vít Rakušan
P
Marek Výborný
A
24 May Český rozhlas[51] P
Dita Charanzová
P
Jan Zahradil
P
Marcel Kolaja
P
Ivan David
P
Pavel Poc
P
Arťom Korjagin
P
Jiří Pospíšil
A P
Pavel Svoboda
A

Opinion pollsEdit

Vote shareEdit

Date Polling Firm Turnout ANO
ALDE
TOP 09+STAN
EPP
ČSSD
S&D
KSČM
GUE/NGL
KDU-ČSL
EPP
ODS
ECR
SVOBODNÍ
EFDD
PIRÁTI
Greens/EFA
Zelení
Greens/EFA
SPD
ENF
Voice
ALDE
Soukromníci
NI
24–25 May 2019 Election result 28.7 21.18 11.65 3.95 6.94 7.24 14.54 0.65 13.95 [a] 9.14 3.23 0.36
20 May 2019 Poll Aggregation by Politico[52] 21.74 10.41 6.25 6.94 6.27 12.35 N/A 15.38 [a] 11.14 N/A N/A
29 Mar - 3 May 2019 STEM/Mark[53] 20.0 12.0 6.0 7.0 6.0 11.0 N/A 16.0 [a] 14.0 4.0 N/A
16 Mar - 3 May 2019 Median[54] 15.0 21.7 11.3 5.0 5.5 9.4 14.2 3.0 14.7 [a] 8.8 N/A N/A
20.0 22.6 10.5 5.4 5.2 8.3 14.0 3.1 14.7 [a] 9.5 N/A N/A
25.0 24.0 9.7 5.7 6.0 7.8 14.0 3.1 13.6 [a] 9.8 N/A N/A
30.0 25.1 9.3 5.8 6.3 7.5 13.4 3.4 13.5 [a] 9.4 N/A N/A
35.0 25.2 8.7 6.2 6.3 7.1 13.0 3.5 14.4 [a] 9.1 N/A N/A
30 Mar - 10 Apr 2019 CVVM[55] 27.0 28.0 5.0 8.5 10.0 4.0 12.0 N/A 10.5 [a] 5.0 N/A N/A
21 Mar - 4 Apr 2019 Phoenix Research[56] 24.0 18.2 6.9 8.7 6.7 5.3 15.4 N/A 21.2 [a] 4.0 N/A 1.3
29 Mar 2019 Poll aggregation by the European Parliament[57][note 1] 30.4 8.8 8.8 9.4 4.1 18.7 N/A 13.5 [a] 5.3 N/A N/A
18 Feb 2019 Poll aggregation by the European Parliament[58][note 1] 30.5 3.8+3.8 10.8 8.5 4.8 14.3 1.3 14.3 1.3 6.3 N/A N/A
2 - 13 Feb 2019 CVVM[59] 28.0 26.0 7.5 7.5 8.0 3.5 16.0 N/A 11.5 [a] 4.5 N/A N/A
13 Dec 2018 Poll aggregation by the European Parliament[60][note 1] 32.6 10.0 6.4 6.9 5.0 14.0 1.5 15.0 0.7 7.5 N/A N/A
24 - 25 May 2014 2014 Election 18.2 16.1 16.0 14.2 11.0 10.0 7.7 5.2 4.8 3.8 N/A N/A N/A

SeatsEdit

Date Polling Firm ANO
ALDE
TOP 09+STAN
EPP
ČSSD
S&D
KSČM
GUE/NGL
KDU-ČSL
EPP
ODS
ECR
SVOBODNÍ
EFDD
PIRÁTI
Greens/EFA
Zelení
Greens/EFA
SPD
ENF
30 Mar - 10 Apr 2019 CVVM[61] 9 1 2 2 0 4 N/A 2 [a] 1
29 Mar 2019 Poll aggregation by the European Parliament[57][note 1] 7 2 2 2 0 4 N/A 3 [a] 1
1 Mar 2019 Poll aggregation by the European Parliament[62] [note 1] 8 0 2 2 1 3 0 4 0 1
18 Feb 2019 Poll aggregation by the European Parliament[63][note 1] 8 0 3 2 0 4 0 3 0 1
2 - 13 Feb 2019 CVVM[64] 9 1 1 2 0 5 0 3 0 0
24 - 25 May 2014 2014 Election 4 4 4 3 3 2 1 0 0 0

ResultsEdit

Party EU party EP group Votes % +/– Seats +/–
ANO 2011 ALDE Renew Europe 502,343 21.18 +5.05 6 2  
Civic Democratic Party ACRE ECR 344,885 14.54 +6.87 4 2  
Czech Pirate Party PPEU Greens/EFA 330,844 13.95 +9.17 3 New
TOP 09
Mayors and Independents
EPP
None
EPP Group 276,220 11.65 -8.56 2 1  
1 0  
Freedom and Direct Democracy MENF ID 216,718 9.14 New 2 New
KDU–ČSL EPP EPP Group 171,723 7.24 -2.71 2 1  
Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia None GUE/NGL 164,624 6.94 -4.04 1 2  
Czech Social Democratic Party PES 93,664 3.95 -10.22 0 4  
Voice None 56,449 2.38 New 0 New
Yes, We Will Troll the Euro-Parliament None 37,046 1.56 New 0 New
Scientists for the Czech Republic None 19,492 0.82 New 0 New
National DemocracyParty of Common Sense None 18,715 0.78 New 0 New
SvobodníHappy Czechia None 15,492 0.65 -4.59 0 1  
Democratic Party of Greens None 14,339 0.60 New 0 New
Europe Together None 12,587 0.59 New 0 New
Alternative for the Czech Republic 2017 None 11,729 0.59 New 0 New
Independence Party of the Czech Republic None 9,676 0.40 New 0 New
Freeholder Party of the Czech Republic None 8,720 0.36 New 0 New
Path of Responsible Society None 7,890 0.33 New 0 New
For Health and Sport None 7,868 0.33 New 0 New
Moravané None 6,599 0.27 -0.16 0 0
Right Bloc None 4,752 0.20 -0.32 0 0
Workers' Party of Social Justice APF 4,363 0.18 -0.34 0 0
Rally for the Republic – Republican Party of Czechoslovakia None 4,284 0.18 New 0 New
Agrarian Democratic Party None 4,004 0.16 New 0 New
Moravian Land Movement EFA 3,195 0.13 New 0 New
For Czechia None 2,760 0.11 New 0 New
Czech Sovereignty None 2,609 0.11 -0.02 0 0
Security, Responsibility, Solidarity None 2,583 0.10 New 0 New
Club of Committed Non-Party Members None 2,580 0.10 -0.05 0 0
Ne-Volim.cz None 2,221 0.09 New 0 New
Alliance of National Forces None 1,971 0.08 New 0 New
Your Candidate None 1,653 0.06 New 0 New
Roma Democratic Party None 1,651 0.06 -0.01 0 0
National Socialists None 1,312 0.05 -0.41 0 0
Patriots for Neutrality None 1,289 0.05 New 0 New
First Republic None 844 0.03 New 0 New
Are you For? Confidence Solidarity Investing for the Future None 836 0.03 New 0 New
Conservative Alternative None 235 0.00 New 0 New
Total 2,387,378 100 21
Registered voters/turnout 8,316,737 28.72
Source: Volby

European groupsEdit

European group Seats 2014 Seats 2019 Change
Renew Europe RE 4 6 2  
European People's Party EPP 7 5 2  
European Conservatives and Reformists ECR 2 4 2  
The Greens–European Free Alliance Greens/EFA 0 3 3  
Identity and Democracy ID 0 2 2  
European United Left–Nordic Green Left GUE/NGL 3 1 2  
Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats S&D 4 0 4  
Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy EFDD 1 0 1  
21

Elected MEPsEdit

Members of the
European Parliament

for the Czech Republic
Observers (2003)
Delegation (2004)
6th term (2004)
7th term (2009)
8th term (2014)
9th term (2019)
Num MEP Gender Party EP Group Period Pref. Votes
1. Luděk Niedermayer Male TOP 09 EPP 67,430
2. Dita Charanzová Female ANO RE 53,924
3. Jan Zahradil Male ODS ECR 51,381
4. Hynek Blaško Male SPD ID 47,505
5. Kateřina Konečná Female KSČM GUE/NGL 38,650
6. Jiří Pospíšil Male TOP 09 EPP 37,231
7. Ivan David Male SPD ID 33,055
8. Martina Dlabajová Female ANO RE 31,401
9. Alexandr Vondra Male ODS ECR 29,536
10. Evžen Tošenovský Male ODS ECR 25,644
11. Stanislav Polčák Male STAN EPP 25,352
12. Tomáš Zdechovský Male KDU–ČSL EPP 24,823
13. Michaela Šojdrová Female KDU–ČSL EPP 22,649
14. Marcel Kolaja Male Piráti Greens-EFA 15,398
15. Markéta Gregorová Female Piráti Greens-EFA 14,158
16. Radka Maxová Female ANO RE 11,286
17. Mikuláš Peksa Male Piráti Greens-EFA 9,594
18. Veronika Vrecionová Female ODS ECR 8,460
19. Ondřej Kovařík Male ANO RE 6,867
20. Martin Hlaváček Male ANO RE 5,948
21. Ondřej Knotek Male ANO RE 3,798
Source:[65]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f "Priority is always given to surveys on European election voting intentions. When such surveys are not available, national voting intentions polls are used for the projections"
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n With TOP 09 and STAN

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