2004 European Parliament election in Slovenia

The European Parliament election of 2004 in Slovenia was the election of MEP representing Slovenia constituency for the 2004-2009 term of the European Parliament. It was part of the wider 2004 European election. The vote took place on 13 June.

European Parliament election in Slovenia, 2004

13 June 2004 2009 

7 seats to the European Parliament
  First party Second party Third party
Leader Lojze Peterle Jelko Kacin Mihael Brejc
Last election First Election First Election First Election
Seats before 0 0 0
Seats after 2 2 2
Seat change 2 2 2
Popular vote 102,753 95,489 76,945
Percentage 23.57 % 21.91 % 17.65 %
Swing 23.57 % 21.91 % 9.01 %

  Fourth party
Leader Borut Pahor
Party SD
Alliance PES
Last election First Election
Seats before 0
Seats after 1
Seat change 1
Popular vote 61,672
Percentage 14.65%
Swing 14.65 %

The biggest surprise was the victory of the New Slovenia – Christian People's Party over the Liberal Democracy of Slovenia and the defeat of the Slovene People's Party, which did not win a seat. The parties on the right of centre that form the opposition in the Slovenian national parliament won this election.


New Slovenia102,75323.572
Liberal DemocracyDESuS95,48921.912
Slovenian Democratic Party76,94517.652
United List of Social-Democrats61,67214.151
Slovenian People's Party36,6628.410
Slovenian National Party21,8835.020
Slovenia is Ours17,9304.110
Youth PartyGreens10,0272.300
Voice of Slovenian Women5,2491.200
Party of Ecological Movements2,5880.590
National Labour Party2,0220.460
Slovenian Nation Party1,3860.320
Democratic Party, Democrats1,2630.290
Valid votes435,86994.38
Invalid/blank votes25,9385.62
Total votes461,807100.00
Registered voters/turnout1,628,91828.35
Source: DVK