2014 European Parliament election in Romania


The European Parliament election of 2014 was held in Romania on 25 May, 2014.[2]

European Parliament election in Romania, 2014

 2009 25 May 2014 2019 

All 32 Romanian seats to the European Parliament
Turnout32.44%[1]
  First party Second party Third party
 
Leader Corina Creţu Norica Nicolai Theodor Stolojan
Party PSD PNL PDL
Last election 11 5 10
Seats won 16 6 5
Seat change 5 1 5
Percentage 37.6% 15.0% 12.2%
EP Group S&D ALDE EPP

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
Leader Mircea Diaconu Iuliu Winkler Cristian Preda
Party Independent UDMR PMP
Last election New 3 New party
Seats won 1 2 2
Seat change New 1 New party
Percentage 6.8% 6.3% 6.2%
EP Group ALDE EPP EPP

Candidates and elected MEPs


For the PSDUNPRPC:

  1. Corina Crețu
  2. Ecaterina Andronescu
  3. Cătălin Ivan
  4. Dan Nica
  5. Maria Grapini – PC
  6. Damian Drăghici – UNPR
  7. Daciana Sârbu
  8. Ioan-Mircea Pașcu
  9. Vasilica Dăncilă
  10. Ionel Moisă
  11. Victor Boștinaru
  12. Claudiu-Ciprian Tănăsescu
  13. Doru-Claudian Frunzulică – UNPR
  14. Constantin-Laurențiu Rebega – PC
  15. Ana-Claudia Țapardel
  16. Andi-Lucian Cristea

For the National Liberal Party (PNL):

  1. Norica Nicolai
  2. Adina Vălean
  3. Ramona Mănescu
  4. Cristian Bușoi
  5. Renate Weber
  6. Eduard Hellvig

For the Democratic Liberal Party (PDL):

  1. Theodor Stolojan
  2. Monica Macovei
  3. Traian Ungreanu
  4. Marian-Jean Marinescu
  5. Daniel Buda

Independent candidate:

  1. Mircea Diaconu

For the Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania (UDMR):

  1. Iuliu Winkler
  2. Csaba Sógor

For the People's Movement Party (PMP):

  1. Cristian Preda
  2. Siegfried Mureșan

Results


e  d Summary of the June 2014 European Parliament election results in Romania
Party No. of
Candidates
Votes Elected Change
in seats
 % of seats  % of votes
National Party EU Party EP Group
Social Democratic Union
(Uniunea Social Democrată)
PES S&D 42 2,093,237 16 5 50.00% 37.60%
National Liberal Party
(Partidul Naţional Liberal)
ALDE ALDE Group 42 835,531 6 1 18.75% 15.00%
Democratic Liberal Party[a]
(Partidul Democrat Liberal)
EPP EPP Group 42 680,853 5 5 15.63% 12.23%
Independent candidate: Mircea Diaconu ALDE 1 379,582 1 1 6.81%
Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania
(Uniunea Democrată a Maghiarilor din România)
EPP EPP Group 41 350,689 2 1 6.25% 6.29%
People's Movement Party
(Partidul Mișcarea Populară)[b]
EPP Group 41 345,973 2 2 6.25% 6.21%
People's Party – Dan Diaconescu
(Partidul Poporului – Dan Diaconescu)
No MEPs 204,310 3.67%
Greater Romania Party
(Partidul România Mare)
NI 150,484 3 2.70%
Civic Force
(Forța Civică)
EPP
(applied)
No MEPs 145,181 2.60%
Ecologist Party of Romania
(Partidul Ecologist Român)
No MEPs 64,232 1.15%
Total: 18,221,061 expected voters (turnout 5,911,794 – 32.44%) 5,250,072 32 1 100 % 100 %
Source: Summary of results

Notes

  1. ^ Elena Băsescu re-joined PD-L after the exit poll results were published in 2009.
  2. ^ Defectors from the PD-L.

References