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Results breakdown of the 1999 European Parliament election in Spain

This is the results breakdown of the European Parliament election held in Spain on 13 June 1999. The following tables show detailed results in each of the country's 17 autonomous communities and in the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla.

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Party
Votes
%
Seats
PP 8,410,993 39.7% 27
PSOEp 7,477,823 35.3% 24
IUEUiA 1,221,566 5.8% 4
CiU 937,687 4.4% 3
CE 677,094 3.2% 2
CN–EP 613,968 2.9% 2
BNG 349,079 1.6% 1
EH 306,923 1.5% 1
LV–IP 300,874 1.4% 0
Others 870,257 4.1% 0
Total
21,166,264 100.0% 64

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Electoral systemEdit

The 64 members of the European Parliament allocated to Spain as per the Treaty of Amsterdam were elected using the D'Hondt method and a closed list proportional representation, with no threshold being applied in order to be entitled to enter seat distribution. However, the use of the D'Hondt method might result in an effective threshold depending on the district magnitude.[1] Seats were allocated to a single multi-member constituency comprising the entire national territory. Voting was on the basis of universal suffrage, which comprised all nationals and resident non-national European citizens over eighteen and in full enjoyment of their political rights.[2][3][4]

The electoral law provided that parties, federations, coalitions and groupings of electors were allowed to present lists of candidates. However, they were required to secure the signature of at least 15,000 registered electors. Electors were barred from signing for more than one list of candidates. Parties, federations and coalitions were allowed to replace this requirement with the signature of at least 50 elected officials—deputies, senators, MEPs or members from the legislative assemblies of autonomous communities or from local city councils—. Concurrently, parties and federations intending to enter in coalition to take part jointly at an election were required to inform the relevant Electoral Commission within ten days of the election being called.[2][3]

NationwideEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in Spain
Parties and coalitions Popular vote Seats
Votes % ±pp Total +/−
People's Party (PP) 8,410,993 39.74 –0.38 27 –1
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 7,477,823 35.33 +4.54 24 +2
United LeftUnited and Alternative Left (IU–EUiA)1 1,221,566 5.77 –6.15 4 –5
Convergence and Union (CiU) 937,687 4.43 –0.23 3 ±0
European Coalition (CE)2 677,094 3.20 +1.03 2 +2
Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples (CN–EP)3 613,968 2.90 +0.06 2 ±0
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 349,079 1.65 +0.90 1 +1
Basque Citizens (EH)4 306,923 1.45 +0.48 1 +1
The Greens–Left of the Peoples (LV–IP)5 300,874 1.42 –0.11 0 ±0
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 138,835 0.66 +0.07 0 ±0
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 38,911 0.18 –0.81 0 ±0
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 33,604 0.16 New 0 ±0
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 28,901 0.14 New 0 ±0
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 26,189 0.12 –0.04 0 ±0
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 22,400 0.11 New 0 ±0
Party for Independence (PI) 17,544 0.08 New 0 ±0
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 16,001 0.08 New 0 ±0
United Extremadura (EU) 15,716 0.07 ±0.00 0 ±0
Asturianist Party (PAS) 15,299 0.07 –0.01 0 ±0
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 13,940 0.07 +0.04 0 ±0
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC)6 13,267 0.06 +0.04 0 ±0
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 12,486 0.06 New 0 ±0
Humanist Party (PH) 12,415 0.06 +0.02 0 ±0
The Phalanx (FE) 10,792 0.05 New 0 ±0
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 10,040 0.05 New 0 ±0
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 9,950 0.05 ±0.00 0 ±0
Andalusia Assembly (A) 8,750 0.04 New 0 ±0
Natural Law Party (PLN) 8,671 0.04 New 0 ±0
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 8,394 0.04 New 0 ±0
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 8,073 0.04 New 0 ±0
National Democracy (DN) 8,053 0.04 New 0 ±0
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 7,321 0.03 New 0 ±0
Union of Regions (UDR) 7,251 0.03 New 0 ±0
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)7 7,230 0.03 ±0.00 0 ±0
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 6,977 0.03 ±0.00 0 ±0
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)8 5,664 0.03 –0.01 0 ±0
Blank ballots 357,583 1.69 +0.54
Total 21,166,264 64 ±0
Valid votes 21,166,264 99.21 –0.33
Invalid votes 168,684 0.79 +0.33
Votes cast / turnout 21,334,948 63.05 +3.91
Abstentions 12,505,484 36.95 –3.91
Registered voters 33,840,432
Sources[5][6]

Autonomous communitiesEdit

AndalusiaEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in Andalusia
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 1,609,861 43.29 +2.22
People's Party (PP) 1,338,683 36.00 +1.16
United Left/The Greens–Assembly for Andalusia (IULV–CA) 397,991 10.70 –6.35
Andalusian Party (European Coalition) (PA)1 246,847 6.64 +2.86
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 17,067 0.46 +0.09
The GreensAndalusian Left (Left of the Peoples) (LV–IA) 14,977 0.40 New
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 4,700 0.13 New
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 4,573 0.12 –0.05
Andalusia Assembly (A) 4,266 0.11 New
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 3,852 0.10 –0.35
Basque Citizens (EH)2 2,159 0.06 +0.01
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 2,129 0.06 +0.03
Humanist Party (PH) 1,599 0.04 ±0.00
The Phalanx (FE) 1,537 0.04 New
Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples (CN–EP)3 1,474 0.04 –0.02
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 1,308 0.04 New
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 1,293 0.03 +0.01
National Democracy (DN) 1,247 0.03 New
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 1,240 0.03 New
Party for Independence (PI) 1,203 0.03 New
Convergence and Union (CiU) 1,182 0.03 ±0.00
Union of Regions (UDR) 1,154 0.03 New
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 1,145 0.03 New
Natural Law Party (PLN) 1,063 0.03 New
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 1,027 0.03 New
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 962 0.03 New
United Extremadura (EU) 891 0.02 –0.01
Asturianist Party (PAS) 823 0.02 –0.01
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)4 784 0.02 –0.03
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 682 0.02 New
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 658 0.02 –0.01
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)5 597 0.02 ±0.00
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 595 0.02 New
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 588 0.02 –0.01
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 556 0.01 New
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 549 0.01 New
Blank ballots 47,322 1.27 +0.44
Total 3,718,584
Valid votes 3,718,584 99.16 –0.24
Invalid votes 31,454 0.84 +0.24
Votes cast / turnout 3,750,038 63.62 +3.61
Abstentions 2,144,339 36.38 –3.61
Registered voters 5,894,377
Sources[7][6]

AragonEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in Aragon
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
People's Party (PP) 275,844 42.48 –2.42
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 218,710 33.68 +4.97
Aragonese Party (European Coalition) (PAR) 60,186 9.27 +1.58
Aragonese UnionThe Greens (Left of the Peoples) (CHA–LV) 44,494 6.85 New
United Left of Aragon (IU) 25,732 3.96 –9.75
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 3,176 0.49 –0.06
Convergence and Union (CiU) 795 0.12 ±0.00
Basque Citizens (EH)1 695 0.11 +0.01
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 690 0.11 –0.97
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 680 0.10 New
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 466 0.07 +0.04
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 432 0.07 –0.03
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 431 0.07 New
National Democracy (DN) 335 0.05 New
Humanist Party (PH) 316 0.05 +0.02
The Phalanx (FE) 300 0.05 New
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 245 0.04 New
Natural Law Party (PLN) 221 0.03 New
Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples (CN–EP) 191 0.03 New
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 188 0.03 New
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)2 156 0.02 –0.01
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 155 0.02 New
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 154 0.02 ±0.00
United Extremadura (EU) 152 0.02 –0.02
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 148 0.02 New
Party for Independence (PI) 123 0.02 New
Asturianist Party (PAS) 117 0.02 –0.01
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 114 0.02 ±0.00
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 113 0.02 New
Union of Regions (UDR) 113 0.02 New
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 111 0.02 ±0.00
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 99 0.02 New
Andalusia Assembly (A) 84 0.01 New
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)3 75 0.01 –0.01
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 73 0.01 New
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 51 0.01 New
Blank ballots 13,449 2.07 +0.51
Total 649,414
Valid votes 649,414 99.22 –0.37
Invalid votes 5,073 0.78 +0.37
Votes cast / turnout 654,487 64.27 +5.83
Abstentions 363,878 35.73 –5.83
Registered voters 1,018,365
Sources[8][6]

AsturiasEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in Asturias
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 256,497 41.52 +9.45
People's Party (PP) 243,576 39.43 –3.17
United Left of Asturias (IU) 63,912 10.35 –9.14
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 18,579 3.01 New
Asturianist Party (PAS) 10,693 1.73 –0.05
The Greens (The Greens–Left of the Peoples) (LV) 3,339 0.54 New
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 2,866 0.46 –0.01
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 1,467 0.24 New
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 814 0.13 –0.05
Basque Citizens (EH)1 790 0.13 +0.01
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 714 0.12 New
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 700 0.11 –1.40
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 519 0.08 +0.05
The Phalanx (FE) 276 0.04 New
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 206 0.03 +0.01
National Democracy (DN) 201 0.03 New
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 188 0.03 New
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 158 0.03 New
Humanist Party (PH) 155 0.03 ±0.00
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 153 0.02 New
Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples (CN–EP)2 142 0.02 –0.02
Convergence and Union (CiU) 120 0.02 –0.01
Natural Law Party (PLN) 111 0.02 New
Union of Regions (UDR) 96 0.02 New
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 88 0.01 New
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)3 87 0.01 –0.02
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 87 0.01 –0.01
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 82 0.01 –0.01
Party for Independence (PI) 80 0.01 New
European Coalition (CE) 78 0.01 New
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 77 0.01 New
United Extremadura (EU) 63 0.01 –0.01
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 62 0.01 New
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 57 0.01 New
Andalusia Assembly (A) 55 0.01 New
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)4 47 0.01 ±0.00
Blank ballots 10,635 1.72 +0.77
Total 617,770
Valid votes 617,770 99.47 –0.16
Invalid votes 3,305 0.53 +0.16
Votes cast / turnout 621,075 63.35 +5.15
Abstentions 359,300 36.65 –5.15
Registered voters 980,375
Sources[9][6]

Balearic IslandsEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in the Balearic Islands
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
People's Party (PP) 170,083 47.10 –3.46
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 100,023 27.70 +2.85
PSM–Nationalist Agreement of Majorca (CiUBNV) (PSM–ENM) 33,295 9.22 +3.25
Majorcan Union (Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples) (UM) 20,155 5.58 +2.95
United Left of the Balearic Islands (EU) 13,538 3.75 –6.12
The Greens (The Greens–Left of the Peoples) (LV) 5,750 1.59 New
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 4,445 1.23 +0.35
Basque Citizens (EH)1 989 0.27 +0.16
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 401 0.11 –0.71
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 389 0.11 New
National Democracy (DN) 385 0.11 New
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 372 0.10 –0.08
Party for Independence (PI) 354 0.10 New
Union of Regions (UDR) 309 0.09 New
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 283 0.08 +0.04
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 202 0.06 +0.01
Natural Law Party (PLN) 186 0.05 New
The Phalanx (FE) 179 0.05 New
United Extremadura (EU) 157 0.04 –0.02
Humanist Party (PH) 156 0.04 ±0.00
European Coalition (CE) 144 0.04 New
Andalusia Assembly (A) 143 0.04 New
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)2 137 0.04 –0.02
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 124 0.03 New
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 114 0.03 –0.01
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 113 0.03 New
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 112 0.03 New
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 95 0.03 New
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 93 0.03 –0.01
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 89 0.02 New
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 88 0.02 New
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 87 0.02 New
Asturianist Party (PAS) 86 0.02 –0.05
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)3 77 0.02 ±0.00
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 74 0.02 New
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 50 0.01 New
Blank ballots 7,849 2.17 +0.92
Total 361,126
Valid votes 361,126 98.14 –1.47
Invalid votes 6,831 1.86 +1.47
Votes cast / turnout 367,957 56.99 +7.21
Abstentions 277,745 43.01 –7.21
Registered voters 645,702
Sources[10][6]

Basque CountryEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in the Basque Country
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
Basque Nationalist Party–Basque Solidarity (CN–EP) (PNVEA)1 392,800 33.93 –0.60
People's Party (PP) 228,688 19.76 +2.28
Socialist Party of the Basque Country–Basque Country Left (PSE–EE (PSOE)) 226,187 19.54 +1.28
Basque Citizens (EH)2 225,796 19.51 +3.92
United Left (IU–EB) 45,617 3.94 –5.62
The Greens (The Greens–Left of the Peoples) (LV) 4,358 0.38 New
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 2,720 0.23 New
The Greens–Green Group (B–GV) 2,681 0.23 –0.56
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 847 0.07 –0.01
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 817 0.07 –0.06
Humanist Party (PH) 702 0.06 +0.01
Natural Law Party (PLN) 529 0.05 New
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 487 0.04 –0.39
United Extremadura (EU) 458 0.04 –0.02
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 359 0.03 New
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 339 0.03 New
Convergence and Union (CiU) 325 0.03 ±0.00
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 264 0.02 ±0.00
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 262 0.03 New
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 259 0.02 New
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)3 248 0.02 –0.01
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 239 0.02 New
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 232 0.02 –0.02
Union of Regions (UDR) 220 0.02 New
European Coalition (CE) 212 0.02 New
Party for Independence (PI) 209 0.02 New
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 200 0.02 New
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)4 193 0.02 ±0.00
National Democracy (DN) 176 0.02 New
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 170 0.01 –0.02
Asturianist Party (PAS) 165 0.01 –0.03
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 162 0.01 New
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 153 0.01 New
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 148 0.01 New
Andalusia Assembly (A) 142 0.01 New
The Phalanx (FE) 133 0.01 New
Blank ballots 20,098 1.74 –0.18
Total 1,157,595
Valid votes 1,157,595 99.12 –0.18
Invalid votes 10,272 0.88 +0.18
Votes cast / turnout 1,167,867 64.55 +12.27
Abstentions 641,458 35.45 –12.27
Registered voters 1,809,325
Sources[11][6]

Canary IslandsEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in the Canary Islands
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
Canarian Coalition (European Coalition) (CC) 276,186 33.78 +14.93
People's Party (PP) 273,296 33.43 –10.48
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 200,628 24.54 –0.27
Canarian United Left (IUC) 23,634 2.89 –5.44
The Greens (The Greens–Left of the Peoples) (LV) 8,285 1.01 New
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 6,198 0.76 +0.12
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 3,574 0.44 –0.27
Union of Regions (UDR) 1,833 0.22 New
Basque Citizens (EH)1 1,104 0.14 +0.03
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 972 0.12 New
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 950 0.12 –0.11
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 811 0.10 +0.04
Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples (CN–EP)2 809 0.10 +0.06
Humanist Party (PH) 714 0.09 +0.03
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 706 0.09 New
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 472 0.06 +0.01
Convergence and Union (CiU) 369 0.05 ±0.00
Party for Independence (PI) 357 0.04 New
Natural Law Party (PLN) 324 0.04 New
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)3 306 0.04 –0.03
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 302 0.04 New
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 301 0.04 New
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 290 0.04 New
Andalusia Assembly (A) 269 0.03 New
Asturianist Party (PAS) 258 0.03 –0.02
United Extremadura (EU) 232 0.03 –0.05
The Phalanx (FE) 232 0.03 New
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 231 0.03 ±0.00
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 222 0.03 New
National Democracy (DN) 216 0.03 New
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 204 0.02 New
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 201 0.02 New
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 201 0.02 –0.03
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)4 201 0.02 –0.01
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 173 0.02 New
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 152 0.02 New
Blank ballots 12,379 1.51 +0.68
Total 817,592
Valid votes 817,592 98.98 –0.66
Invalid votes 8,420 1.02 +0.66
Votes cast / turnout 826,012 60.13 +10.26
Abstentions 547,585 39.87 –10.26
Registered voters 1,373,597
Sources[12][6]

CantabriaEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in Cantabria
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
People's Party (PP) 170,152 54.37 +4.83
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 107,218 34.26 +2.07
United Left of Cantabria (IU) 15,660 5.00 –7.26
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 1,746 0.56 –0.12
The Greens (The Greens–Left of the Peoples) (LV) 1,352 0.43 New
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 960 0.31 –1.26
Basque Citizens (EH)1 708 0.23 +0.05
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 577 0.18 ±0.00
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 458 0.15 New
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 453 0.14 +0.11
Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples (CN–EP)2 410 0.13 +0.05
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 326 0.10 New
The Phalanx (FE) 245 0.08 New
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 194 0.06 New
Humanist Party (PH) 189 0.06 +0.02
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 180 0.06 New
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 173 0.06 +0.02
Natural Law Party (PLN) 159 0.05 New
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 146 0.05 +0.02
Convergence and Union (CiU) 132 0.04 –0.01
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 118 0.04 New
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)3 114 0.04 ±0.00
National Democracy (DN) 113 0.04 New
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 109 0.03 New
Union of Regions (UDR) 102 0.03 New
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 96 0.03 New
United Extremadura (EU) 94 0.03 –0.01
Andalusia Assembly (A) 90 0.03 New
European Coalition (CE) 90 0.03 New
Party for Independence (PI) 90 0.03 New
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 88 0.03 New
Asturianist Party (PAS) 85 0.03 +0.01
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 82 0.03 New
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 69 0.02 ±0.00
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)4 63 0.02 ±0.00
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 53 0.02 New
Blank ballots 10,047 3.21 +1.41
Total 312,941
Valid votes 312,941 99.04 –0.43
Invalid votes 3,038 0.96 +0.43
Votes cast / turnout 315,979 67.88 +5.96
Abstentions 149,496 32.12 –5.96
Registered voters 465,475
Sources[13][6]

Castile and LeónEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in Castile and León
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
People's Party (PP) 768,504 52.83 –0.90
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 491,327 33.78 +4.94
United Left of Castile and León (IUCL) 73,080 5.02 –5.96
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 28,671 1.97 New
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 8,103 0.56 –0.09
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 7,104 0.49 +0.26
The Greens (The Greens–Left of the Peoples) (LV) 6,650 0.46 New
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 6,145 0.42 –1.39
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 5,141 0.35 +0.01
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 2,679 0.18 New
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 2,292 0.16 –0.01
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 1,636 0.11 –0.04
Basque Citizens (EH)1 1,630 0.11 +0.02
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 1,578 0.11 New
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 1,425 0.10 +0.06
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 1,247 0.09 +0.06
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 973 0.07 New
The Phalanx (FE) 950 0.07 New
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 928 0.06 New
Humanist Party (PH) 858 0.06 +0.02
Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples (CN–EP)2 794 0.05 +0.01
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 762 0.05 New
National Democracy (DN) 732 0.05 New
Natural Law Party (PLN) 680 0.05 New
Party for Independence (PI) 595 0.04 New
Convergence and Union (CiU) 555 0.04 ±0.00
Union of Regions (UDR) 550 0.04 New
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)3 504 0.03 –0.01
United Extremadura (EU) 481 0.03 ±0.00
Asturianist Party (PAS) 480 0.03 ±0.00
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 444 0.03 New
European Coalition (CE) 411 0.03 New
Andalusia Assembly (A) 358 0.02 New
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 351 0.02 New
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 330 0.02 New
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)4 312 0.02 ±0.00
Blank ballots 35,356 2.43 +0.83
Total 1,454,616
Valid votes 1,454,616 99.07 –0.41
Invalid votes 13,629 0.93 +0.41
Votes cast / turnout 1,468,245 67.06 +5.08
Abstentions 721,148 32.94 –5.08
Registered voters 2,189,393
Sources[14][6]

Castilla–La ManchaEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in Castilla–La Mancha
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
People's Party (PP) 496,274 47.36 –0.57
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 476,280 45.45 +7.56
United Left–Left of Castilla–La Mancha (IU–ICAM) 42,651 4.07 –6.40
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 3,163 0.30 –0.20
The Greens (The Greens–Left of the Peoples) (LV) 2,733 0.26 New
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 2,022 0.19 –0.84
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 896 0.09 +0.03
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 869 0.08 New
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 713 0.07 –0.04
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 605 0.06 +0.03
The Phalanx (FE) 595 0.06 New
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 553 0.05 New
Humanist Party (PH) 441 0.04 +0.01
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 398 0.04 New
Basque Citizens (EH)1 386 0.04 +0.01
Union of Regions (UDR) 358 0.03 New
National Democracy (DN) 355 0.03 New
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 355 0.03 New
United Extremadura (EU) 254 0.02 ±0.00
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 236 0.02 ±0.00
Convergence and Union (CiU) 228 0.02 –0.01
Natural Law Party (PLN) 225 0.02 New
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 187 0.02 –0.01
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)2 182 0.02 ±0.00
European Coalition (CE) 175 0.02 New
Party for Independence (PI) 155 0.01 New
Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples (CN–EP)3 142 0.01 –0.01
Asturianist Party (PAS) 130 0.01 –0.01
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 129 0.01 New
Andalusia Assembly (A) 129 0.01 New
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 127 0.01 –0.01
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 127 0.01 New
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 114 0.01 New
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 100 0.01 New
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)4 94 0.01 ±0.00
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 94 0.01 New
Blank ballots 15,385 1.47 +0.44
Total 1,047,860
Valid votes 1,047,860 99.27 –0.25
Invalid votes 7,739 0.73 +0.25
Votes cast / turnout 1,055,599 74.64 +9.18
Abstentions 358,599 25.36 –9.18
Registered voters 1,414,198
Sources[15][6]

CataloniaEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in Catalonia
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
Socialists' Party of Catalonia (PSC–PSOE) 997,311 34.64 +6.47
Convergence and Union (CiU) 843,021 29.28 –2.22
People's Party (PP) 486,471 16.90 –1.60
Republican Left of CataloniaThe Greens (CN–EP) (ERC–EV)1 174,374 6.06 –0.45
Initiative for Catalonia–Greens (Left of the Peoples) (IC–V) 156,471 5.43 –5.65
United and Alternative Left (EUiA) 58,977 2.05 New
The Greens–Green Group (EV–GV) 36,540 1.27 +0.70
Basque Citizens (EH)2 17,607 0.61 +0.44
Party for Independence (PI) 11,754 0.41 New
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 6,316 0.22 –0.04
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 4,386 0.15 –0.53
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 4,380 0.15 New
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 3,530 0.12 +0.05
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 1,916 0.07 +0.04
United Extremadura (EU) 1,886 0.07 +0.01
Natural Law Party (PLN) 1,868 0.06 New
Humanist Party (PH) 1,858 0.06 +0.02
The Phalanx (FE) 1,745 0.06 New
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 1,540 0.05 New
National Democracy (DN) 1,307 0.05 New
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 1,290 0.04 New
Andalusia Assembly (A) 1,265 0.04 New
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 1,222 0.04 New
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 1,169 0.04 New
European Coalition (CE) 1,167 0.04 New
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 1,112 0.04 +0.01
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 1,064 0.04 New
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 1,008 0.04 +0.01
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)3 1,004 0.03 –0.01
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 958 0.03 New
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)4 896 0.03 +0.01
Union of Regions (UDR) 859 0.03 New
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 839 0.03 New
Asturianist Party (PAS) 835 0.03 ±0.00
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 756 0.03 New
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 686 0.02 New
Blank ballots 49,875 1.73 +0.54
Total 2,879,263
Valid votes 2,879,263 99.33 –0.26
Invalid votes 19,544 0.67 +0.26
Votes cast / turnout 2,898,807 54.83 +2.94
Abstentions 2,388,558 45.17 –2.94
Registered voters 5,287,365
Sources[16][6]

ExtremaduraEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in Extremadura
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 299,768 46.51 +1.49
People's Party (PP) 274,196 42.54 +2.32
United Left–Commitment for Extremadura (IU–CE) 39,301 6.10 –4.60
United Extremadura (EU) 7,275 1.13 +0.14
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 5,131 0.80 New
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)1 3,017 0.47 +0.24
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 1,859 0.29 –0.08
The Greens (The Greens–Left of the Peoples) (LV) 1,649 0.26 New
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 538 0.08 –0.08
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 470 0.07 –0.61
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 386 0.06 +0.03
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 342 0.05 New
The Phalanx (FE) 252 0.04 New
Basque Citizens (EH) 208 0.03 New
Humanist Party (PH) 191 0.03 +0.01
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 189 0.03 New
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 172 0.03 New
Natural Law Party (PLN) 159 0.02 New
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 158 0.02 New
Convergence and Union (CiU) 139 0.02 –0.01
Party for Independence (PI) 135 0.02 New
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 127 0.02 ±0.00
Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples (CN–EP)2 126 0.02 –0.03
National Democracy (DN) 122 0.02 New
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)3 112 0.02 –0.02
European Coalition (CE) 109 0.02 New
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 107 0.02 +0.01
Union of Regions (UDR) 106 0.02 New
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 92 0.01 –0.02
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 91 0.01 New
Andalusia Assembly (A) 89 0.01 New
Asturianist Party (PAS) 87 0.01 –0.01
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 87 0.01 New
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 86 0.01 New
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 86 0.01 New
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 70 0.01 New
Blank ballots 7,490 1.16 +0.38
Total 644,522
Valid votes 644,522 99.28 –0.32
Invalid votes 4,666 0.72 +0.32
Votes cast / turnout 649,188 74.19 +8.00
Abstentions 225,852 25.81 –8.00
Registered voters 875,040
Sources[17][6]

GaliciaEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in Galicia
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
People's Party (PP) 760,863 49.89 –4.67
Socialists' Party of GaliciaProgressives (PSdeG–PSOE–p) 360,235 23.62 –1.18
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 335,193 21.98 +10.58
United Left (EU–IU) 17,333 1.14 –3.93
The Greens–Green Group (OV–GV) 5,574 0.37 +0.06
Left of GaliciaThe Greens (Left of the Peoples) (EG–OV) 3,920 0.26 New
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 2,225 0.15 –0.44
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 1,796 0.12 New
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 1,598 0.10 –0.04
Basque Citizens (EH)1 1,598 0.10 ±0.00
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 1,059 0.07 New
Humanist Party (PH) 1,028 0.07 +0.03
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 882 0.06 +0.02
Party for Independence (PI) 681 0.04 New
National Democracy (DN) 667 0.04 New
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 651 0.04 New
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 631 0.04 New
Convergence and Union (CiU) 590 0.04 ±0.00
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 575 0.04 New
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 575 0.04 New
Natural Law Party (PLN) 547 0.04 New
Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples (CN–EP)2 528 0.03 ±0.00
European Coalition (CE) 496 0.03 New
The Phalanx (FE) 463 0.03 New
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 439 0.03 New
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 431 0.03 New
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 425 0.03 –0.01
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)3 424 0.03 –0.03
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 409 0.03 +0.01
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 395 0.03 New
Asturianist Party (PAS) 390 0.03 ±0.00
United Extremadura (EU) 368 0.02 –0.02
Union of Regions (UDR) 363 0.02 New
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 361 0.02 New
Andalusia Assembly (A) 325 0.02 New
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)4 324 0.02 ±0.00
Blank ballots 20,740 1.36 +0.15
Total 1,525,102
Valid votes 1,525,102 99.07 –0.43
Invalid votes 14,268 0.93 +0.43
Votes cast / turnout 1,539,370 60.82 +10.57
Abstentions 991,744 39.18 –10.57
Registered voters 2,531,114
Sources[18][6]

La RiojaEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in La Rioja
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
People's Party (PP) 83,196 53.55 +0.43
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 57,192 36.81 +6.68
United Left–La Rioja (IU) 6,172 3.97 –6.87
The Greens (The Greens–Left of the Peoples) (LV) 1,343 0.86 New
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 1,126 0.72 +0.01
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 369 0.24 New
Basque Citizens (EH)1 364 0.23 +0.04
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 271 0.17 –1.23
Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples (CN–EP)2 202 0.13 +0.01
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 149 0.10 –0.01
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 95 0.06 New
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 89 0.06 New
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 84 0.05 +0.01
Natural Law Party (PLN) 71 0.05 New
Humanist Party (PH) 70 0.05 +0.01
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 67 0.04 New
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 67 0.04 +0.02
Convergence and Union (CiU) 67 0.04 ±0.00
National Democracy (DN) 64 0.04 New
The Phalanx (FE) 56 0.04 New
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 47 0.03 –0.01
Union of Regions (UDR) 47 0.03 New
European Coalition (CE) 45 0.03 New
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 44 0.03 ±0.00
United Extremadura (EU) 44 0.03 +0.01
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 42 0.03 +0.01
Party for Independence (PI) 38 0.02 New
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 36 0.02 New
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)3 35 0.02 –0.02
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 35 0.02 New
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)4 33 0.02 ±0.00
Andalusia Assembly (A) 32 0.02 New
Asturianist Party (PAS) 31 0.02 ±0.00
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 23 0.01 New
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 21 0.01 New
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 20 0.01 New
Blank ballots 3,679 2.37 +0.56
Total 155,366
Valid votes 155,366 99.16 –0.42
Invalid votes 1,317 0.84 +0.42
Votes cast / turnout 156,683 68.05 +7.25
Abstentions 73,548 31.95 –7.25
Registered voters 230,231
Sources[19][6]

MadridEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in Madrid
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
People's Party (PP) 1,278,583 49.34 –0.93
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 954,721 36.84 +12.84
United Left of the Community of Madrid (IUCM) 208,377 8.04 –11.51
The Greens (The Greens–Left of the Peoples) (LV) 22,723 0.88 New
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 21,141 0.82 –0.12
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 7,861 0.30 –1.72
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 4,310 0.17 New
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 4,199 0.16 New
Basque Citizens (EH)1 3,569 0.14 +0.06
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 3,274 0.13 +0.08
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 3,102 0.12 +0.04
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 2,610 0.10 +0.07
Humanist Party (PH) 2,596 0.10 +0.05
United Extremadura (EU) 2,544 0.10 +0.03
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 2,404 0.09 New
The Phalanx (FE) 2,028 0.08 New
Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples (CN–EP)2 1,506 0.06 –0.04
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 1,398 0.05 New
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 1,291 0.05 +0.02
Natural Law Party (PLN) 1,288 0.05 New
Convergence and Union (CiU) 1,261 0.05 –0.01
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 930 0.04 New
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 926 0.04 +0.01
National Democracy (DN) 846 0.03 New
European Coalition (CE) 814 0.03 New
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 808 0.03 New
Andalusia Assembly (A) 790 0.03 New
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 780 0.03 +0.01
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)3 722 0.03 ±0.00
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)4 694 0.03 +0.01
Asturianist Party (PAS) 564 0.02 –0.01
Union of Regions (UDR) 542 0.02 New
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 537 0.02 New
Party for Independence (PI) 465 0.02 New
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 427 0.02 New
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 425 0.02 New
Blank ballots 50,367 1.94 +0.65
Total 2,591,423
Valid votes 2,591,423 99.47 –0.23
Invalid votes 13,895 0.53 +0.23
Votes cast / turnout 2,605,318 60.77 +1.35
Abstentions 1,682,179 39.23 –1.35
Registered voters 4,287,497
Sources[20][6]

MurciaEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in Murcia
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
People's Party (PP) 325,602 53.17 +0.96
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 222,743 36.37 +5.40
United Left of the Region of Murcia (IURM) 40,441 6.60 –6.48
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 3,588 0.59 New
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 2,867 0.47 –0.08
The Greens (The Greens–Left of the Peoples) (LV) 2,680 0.44 New
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 1,178 0.19 –0.97
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 611 0.10 New
Convergence and Union (CiU) 446 0.07 ±0.00
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 435 0.07 –0.06
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 307 0.05 +0.02
Basque Citizens (EH)1 289 0.05 +0.01
The Phalanx (FE) 287 0.05 New
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 268 0.04 New
Natural Law Party (PLN) 193 0.03 New
Party for Independence (PI) 189 0.03 New
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 183 0.03 New
Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples (CN–EP)2 178 0.03 –0.01
Humanist Party (PH) 158 0.03 ±0.00
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 151 0.02 ±0.00
Union of Regions (UDR) 145 0.02 New
National Democracy (DN) 143 0.02 New
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)3 133 0.02 –0.01
European Coalition (CE) 130 0.02 New
Andalusia Assembly (A) 115 0.02 New
United Extremadura (EU) 110 0.02 +0.01
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 106 0.02 –0.01
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 105 0.02 New
Asturianist Party (PAS) 103 0.02 ±0.00
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 98 0.02 New
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 93 0.02 New
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 92 0.02 New
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)4 89 0.01 ±0.00
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 86 0.01 New
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 86 0.01 ±0.00
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 81 0.01 New
Blank ballots 7,906 1.29 +0.52
Total 612,415
Valid votes 612,415 99.37 –0.28
Invalid votes 3,911 0.63 +0.28
Votes cast / turnout 616,326 67.58 +1.03
Abstentions 295,649 32.42 –1.03
Registered voters 911,975
Sources[21][6]

NavarreEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in Navarre
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
People's Party (PP) 125,688 42.09 +1.26
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 74,004 24.78 –0.02
Basque Citizens (EH)1 45,146 15.12 +4.69
Basque Solidarity–Basque Nationalist Party (CN–EP) (EAPNV)2 17,030 5.70 +0.73
United Left of Navarre (IUN/NEB) 16,132 5.40 –7.37
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 2,667 0.89 +0.02
The Greens (The Greens–Left of the Peoples) (LV) 2,200 0.74 New
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 1,781 0.60 New
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 956 0.32 –0.55
Convergence and Union (CiU) 487 0.16 +0.10
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 345 0.12 –0.01
Humanist Party (PH) 280 0.09 +0.05
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 276 0.09 New
National Democracy (DN) 241 0.08 New
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 225 0.08 +0.05
Natural Law Party (PLN) 201 0.07 New
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 151 0.05 New
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 139 0.05 New
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 133 0.04 New
Party for Independence (PI) 117 0.04 New
European Coalition (CE) 111 0.04 New
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 110 0.04 New
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 106 0.04 +0.03
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)3 103 0.03 ±0.00
United Extremadura (EU) 100 0.03 –0.01
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 93 0.03 New
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 90 0.03 New
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 79 0.03 +0.02
The Phalanx (FE) 72 0.02 New
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)4 72 0.02 ±0.00
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 70 0.02 ±0.00
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 66 0.02 New
Union of Regions (UDR) 66 0.02 New
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 59 0.02 New
Andalusia Assembly (A) 52 0.02 New
Asturianist Party (PAS) 44 0.01 –0.02
Blank ballots 9,130 3.06 +1.29
Total 298,622
Valid votes 298,622 99.08 –0.34
Invalid votes 2,761 0.92 +0.34
Votes cast / turnout 301,383 65.21 +11.60
Abstentions 160,788 34.79 –11.60
Registered voters 462,171
Sources[22][6]

Valencian CommunityEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in the Valencian Community
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
People's Party (PP) 1,080,472 47.66 +3.47
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 807,299 35.61 +5.12
United Left of the Valencian Country (EUPV) 130,788 5.77 –8.15
Valencian Union (European Coalition) (UV) 89,785 3.96 –1.32
Valencian Nationalist Bloc (Convergence and Union) (BNV)1 54,589 2.41 +0.62
The Greens (The Greens–Left of the Peoples) (EV) 17,611 0.78 New
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 17,118 0.76 +0.09
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 4,588 0.20 New
Basque Citizens (EH)2 3,850 0.17 +0.09
Republican Left of CataloniaThe Greens (CN–EP) (ERC–EV) 3,057 0.13 +0.01
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 2,739 0.12 –0.05
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 2,593 0.11 –0.82
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 2,565 0.11 New
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 1,477 0.07 +0.04
The Phalanx (FE) 1,353 0.06 New
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 1,154 0.05 New
Humanist Party (PH) 1,034 0.05 +0.02
Party for Independence (PI) 937 0.04 New
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 886 0.04 New
National Democracy (DN) 869 0.04 New
Natural Law Party (PLN) 801 0.04 New
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 730 0.03 +0.01
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 685 0.03 New
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)3 570 0.03 ±0.00
United Extremadura (EU) 562 0.02 –0.02
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 471 0.02 New
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 466 0.02 –0.01
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 436 0.02 +0.01
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 421 0.02 New
Andalusia Assembly (A) 415 0.02 New
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)4 408 0.02 ±0.00
Asturianist Party (PAS) 367 0.02 ±0.00
Union of Regions (UDR) 361 0.02 New
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 358 0.02 New
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 357 0.02 New
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 299 0.01 New
Blank ballots 34,653 1.53 +0.63
Total 2,267,124
Valid votes 2,267,124 99.22 –0.41
Invalid votes 17,858 0.78 +0.41
Votes cast / turnout 2,284,982 67.96 +2.98
Abstentions 1,077,244 32.04 –2.98
Registered voters 3,362,226
Sources[23][6]

Autonomous citiesEdit

CeutaEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in Ceuta
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
People's Party (PP) 18,727 60.81 +0.54
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 8,765 28.46 –2.35
United Left–Ceuta (IU) 1,144 3.71 –0.56
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 255 0.83 +0.20
The Greens (The Greens–Left of the Peoples) (LV) 207 0.67 New
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 190 0.62 New
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 75 0.24 –0.48
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 74 0.24 +0.18
Andalusia Assembly (A) 67 0.22 New
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 55 0.18 New
European Coalition (CE) 45 0.15 New
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 42 0.14 +0.04
The Phalanx (FE) 41 0.13 New
Humanist Party (PH) 41 0.13 +0.07
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 35 0.11 +0.08
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 33 0.11 New
Party for Independence (PI) 33 0.11 New
Natural Law Party (PLN) 29 0.09 New
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 28 0.09 New
United Extremadura (EU) 28 0.09 +0.07
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 27 0.09 New
Convergence and Union (CiU) 26 0.08 ±0.00
Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples (CN–EP)1 23 0.07 +0.03
Basque Citizens (EH) 22 0.07 New
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 21 0.07 +0.05
National Democracy (DN) 20 0.06 New
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 19 0.06 New
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)2 17 0.06 –0.03
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)3 15 0.05 ±0.00
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 14 0.05 New
Asturianist Party (PAS) 14 0.05 ±0.00
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 13 0.04 New
Union of Regions (UDR) 12 0.04 New
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 10 0.03 –0.03
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 9 0.03 New
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 8 0.03 New
Blank ballots 611 1.98 +0.72
Total 30,795
Valid votes 30,795 98.48 –0.40
Invalid votes 474 1.52 +0.40
Votes cast / turnout 31,269 57.26 +16.82
Abstentions 23,340 42.74 –16.82
Registered voters 54,609
Sources[24][6]

MelillaEdit

Summary of the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election results in Melilla
Parties and coalitions Popular vote
Votes % ±pp
People's Party (PP) 12,095 50.12 +1.10
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 9,054 37.52 –3.92
United Left of Melilla (IU) 1,086 4.50 –0.33
The Greens–Green Group (LV–GV) 243 1.01 +0.49
The Greens (The Greens–Left of the Peoples) (LV) 132 0.55 New
Centrist Union–Democratic and Social Centre (UC–CDS) 65 0.27 –0.72
Andalusia Assembly (A) 64 0.27 New
European Coalition (CE) 63 0.26 New
Convergence and Union (CiU) 60 0.25 +0.21
Independent Spanish Phalanx (FEI) 54 0.22 +0.16
The Phalanx (FE) 48 0.20 New
Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain (PCPE) 41 0.17 +0.06
Alliance for National Unity (AUN) 40 0.17 New
Confederation of Feminist Organizations (COFEM/FEMEK) 36 0.15 New
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 33 0.14 +0.06
Spanish Democratic Party (PADE) 32 0.13 New
Party for Independence (PI) 29 0.12 New
Humanist Party (PH) 29 0.12 +0.04
Asturianist Party (PAS) 27 0.11 +0.06
Nationalist Coalition–Europe of the Peoples (CN–EP)1 27 0.11 +0.04
Party of Self-employed of Spain and Spanish Independent Groups (PAE–I) 26 0.11 New
Coalition for the Repeal of the Maastricht Treaty (DM)2 26 0.11 +0.07
Extremaduran Coalition (PREx–CREx)3 23 0.10 +0.07
Leonese People's Union (UPL) 22 0.09 New
Regionalist Party of the Leonese Country (PREPAL) 21 0.09 +0.05
United Extremadura (EU) 17 0.07 –0.02
Natural Law Party (PLN) 16 0.07 New
Union of Regions (UDR) 15 0.06 New
Asturian Renewal Union (URAS) 15 0.06 New
National Democracy (DN) 14 0.06 New
Regionalist Unity of Castile and León (URCL) 14 0.06 +0.03
Basque Citizens (EH) 13 0.05 New
Valencian Community Alternative (ACV) 12 0.05 New
Independent Socialists of Extremadura (SIEx) 11 0.05 New
Commoners' Land–Castilian Nationalist Party (TC–PNC) 10 0.04 New
Andecha Astur (Andecha Astur) 9 0.04 New
Blank ballots 612 2.54 +1.26
Total 24,134
Valid votes 24,134 99.06 –0.56
Invalid votes 229 0.94 +0.56
Votes cast / turnout 24,363 51.40 +6.28
Abstentions 23,034 48.60 –6.28
Registered voters 47,397
Sources[25][6]

Congress of Deputies projectionEdit

A projection of European Parliament election results using electoral rules for the Congress of Deputies would have given the following seat allocation, as distributed per constituencies and regions (note that results are compared with party totals in the preceding general election—held in March 1996—for consistency):[26]

Summary of the 13 June 1999 Congress of Deputies projected election results
Parties and coalitions Popular vote Seats
Votes % ±pp Total +/−
People's Party (PP) 8,410,993 39.74 +0.95 162 +6
Spanish Socialist Workers' PartyProgressives (PSOE–p) 7,477,823 35.33 –2.30 135 –6
United LeftUnited and Alternative Left (IU–EUiA)1 1,221,566 5.77 –3.58 9 –10
Convergence and Union (CiU) 843,021 3.98 –0.62 17 +1
Basque Nationalist Party–Basque Solidarity (PNV–EA)2 409,830 1.94 +0.21 7 +1
Galician Nationalist Bloc (BNG) 335,193 1.58 +0.70 5 +3
Canarian Coalition (CC) 276,186 1.30 +0.42 5 +1
Basque Citizens (EH)3 270,942 1.28 +0.56 4 +2
Andalusian Party (PA) 246,847 1.17 +0.63 2 +2
Republican Left of CataloniaThe Greens (ERC–EV) 177,431 0.84 +0.17 1 ±0
Initiative for Catalonia–Greens (IC–V)4 156,471 0.74 –0.45 2 ±0
Valencian Union (UV) 89,785 0.42 +0.05 1 ±0
Others 892,593 4.22 0 ±0
Blank ballots 357,583 1.69 +0.72
Total 21,166,264 350 ±0
Sources[27]

ConstituenciesEdit

Summary of constituency results in the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election in Spain
Constituency PP PSOEp IUEUiA CiU PNV–EA BNG CC EH PA ERCEV IC–V UV
% S % S % S % S % S % S % S % S % S % S % S % S
A Coruña 46.5 5 25.3 2 1.3 23.2 2
Álava 31.6 2 20.4 1 4.2 26.4 1 13.5
Albacete 44.4 2 47.5 2 4.7
Alicante 48.8 6 37.4 5 5.6 0.1 1.3
Almería 42.4 2 45.4 3 5.8 3.5
Asturias 39.4 4 41.5 4 10.3 1
Ávila 61.2 2 28.0 1 5.5
Badajoz 41.9 3 46.8 3 7.2
Balearic Islands 47.1 5 27.7 2 3.7
Barcelona 17.2 6 37.3 13 2.4 26.0 9 5.3 1 6.2 2
Biscay 19.7 2 20.2 2 4.4 36.1 4 16.2 1
Burgos 52.1 3 32.0 1 6.1
Cáceres 43.5 2 46.0 3 4.4
Cádiz 36.1 3 38.6 4 9.1 1 11.9 1
Cantabria 54.4 3 34.3 2 5.0
Castellón 49.6 3 35.7 2 3.8 0.3 3.4
Ceuta 60.8 1 28.5 3.7
Ciudad Real 46.6 2 47.0 3 3.7
Córdoba 34.4 3 39.5 3 17.0 1 6.2
Cuenca 49.2 2 44.7 1 3.1
Gipuzkoa 15.1 1 18.0 1 3.0 33.4 2 27.4 2
Girona 12.1 26.1 2 1.2 42.3 3 8.5 3.4
Granada 38.2 3 45.0 4 8.8 4.7
Guadalajara 50.4 2 40.1 1 4.8
Huelva 36.3 2 44.2 3 10.9 6.2
Huesca 40.0 2 36.8 1 3.4
Jaén 35.6 2 47.9 4 10.2 4.0
La Rioja 53.5 2 36.8 2 4.0
Las Palmas 42.7 4 19.4 1 2.9 29.5 2
León 48.6 3 33.6 2 4.1
Lleida 16.9 1 26.3 1 0.7 39.3 2 8.4 2.6
Lugo 56.1 2 21.4 1 0.8 19.0 1
Madrid 49.3 18 36.8 13 8.0 3
Málaga 41.4 5 38.5 4 10.3 1 5.5
Melilla 50.1 1 37.5 4.5
Murcia 53.2 5 36.4 4 6.6
Navarre 42.1 3 24.8 1 5.4 5.7 15.1 1
Ourense 55.6 3 22.8 1 0.6 18.3
Palencia 51.9 2 37.6 1 4.9
Pontevedra 48.6 4 22.9 2 1.3 23.4 2
Salamanca 56.3 3 33.3 1 4.0
Santa Cruz de Tenerife 23.6 2 30.0 2 2.9 38.4 3
Segovia 55.5 2 31.6 1 5.4
Seville 30.0 4 47.5 7 11.4 1 7.7 1
Soria 56.5 2 32.4 1 4.5
Tarragona 19.3 1 29.4 2 1.2 33.8 3 7.5 3.5
Teruel 44.1 2 33.8 1 3.2
Toledo 48.3 3 44.7 2 4.1
Valencia 46.6 8 34.5 6 6.3 1 0.1 5.6 1
Valladolid 50.1 3 36.8 2 6.4
Zamora 55.1 2 34.4 1 3.6
Zaragoza 42.8 4 32.8 3 4.2
Total 39.7 162 35.3 135 5.8 9 4.0 17 1.9 7 1.6 5 1.3 5 1.3 4 1.2 2 0.8 1 0.7 2 0.4 1

RegionsEdit

Summary of regional results in the 13 June 1999 European Parliament election in Spain
Region PP PSOEp IUEUiA CiU PNV–EA BNG CC EH PA ERCEV IC–V UV
% S % S % S % S % S % S % S % S % S % S % S % S
Andalusia 36.0 24 43.3 32 10.7 4 6.6 2
Aragon 42.5 8 33.7 5 4.0
Asturias 39.4 4 41.5 4 10.3 1
Balearic Islands 47.1 5 27.7 2 3.7
Basque Country 19.8 5 19.5 4 3.9 33.9 7 19.5 3
Canary Islands 33.4 6 24.5 3 2.9 33.8 5
Cantabria 54.4 3 34.3 2 5.0
Castile and León 52.8 22 33.8 11 5.0
Castilla–La Mancha 47.4 11 45.5 9 4.1
Catalonia 16.9 8 34.6 18 2.0 29.3 17 6.1 1 5.4 2
Ceuta 60.8 1 28.5 3.7
Extremadura 42.5 5 46.5 6 6.1
Galicia 49.9 14 23.6 6 1.1 22.0 5
La Rioja 53.5 2 36.8 2 4.0
Madrid 49.3 18 36.8 13 8.0 3
Melilla 50.1 1 37.5 4.5
Murcia 53.2 5 36.4 4 6.6
Navarre 42.1 3 24.8 1 5.4 5.7 15.1 1
Valencian Community 47.7 17 35.6 13 5.8 1 0.1 4.0 1
Total 39.7 162 35.3 135 5.8 9 4.0 17 1.9 7 1.6 5 1.3 5 1.3 4 1.2 2 0.8 1 0.7 2 0.4 1

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