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European elections 2014 in the Czech Republic

Pro-European parties placed in three top positions in the European Parliament gaining 4 mandates each. The turnout remained low only by 19,5 %.

The Winner of the European Elections in the Czech Republic is the political Movement ANO 2011 followed closely by the opposition party TOP09 a Starostové, third placed the Social Democrats ČSSD  leading current coalition government. 7 political groups from the Czech Republic have deputies in the new elected European Parliament.

Results:

  1. ANO 2011 16,13%, 244 501 votes, 4 mandates
  2. Conservatives TOP 09 a Starostové 15,95%, 241 747 votes , 4 mandates
  3. Social Democrats CSSD 14,17%, 214 800 votes, 4 mandates
  4. Communists KSČM 10,98%, 166 478 votes, 3 mandates
  5. Christian Democrats KDU – ČSL 9,95%, 150 792 votes, 3 mandates
  6. Civic Democrats ODS 7,67%, 116 389 votes, 2 mandates
  7. Party of free citizens  Svobodní 5,24%, 79 540 votes, 1 mandates

New Czech MEPs:
2011: JUDr. Pavel Telička, Petr Ježek, Ing. Dita Charanzová Ph.D., Martina Dlabajová
TOP 09 a Starostové: JUDr. Jiří Pospíšil, RNDr. Luděk Niedermayer, Ing. Jaromír Štětina, JUDr. Stanislav Polčák
ČSSD: prof. PhDr. Jan Keller, CSc., MUDr. Olga Sehnalová, MBA, RNDr. Pavel Poc, Ing. Mgr. Miroslav Poche
KSČM: Ing. Kateřina Konečná, PhDr. Miloslav Ransdorf, CSc., MUDr. Jiří Maštálka
KDU - ČSL: Ing. Michaela Šojdrová, Doc. JUDr. Pavel Svoboda, Ph.D., D.E.A. , Mgr. Tomáš Zdechovský
ODS: Ing. Jan Zahradil, Ing. Evžen Tošenovský, Dr.h.c.
SSO: Ing. Petr Mach, Ph.D.