PSD-UNPR-PC (the Social Democratic Party, the National Union for Romania’s Progress, the Conservative Party) electoral alliance in the elections to the European Parliament carried out on Sunday obtained 37.25% of the electors’ options, the National Liberal Party (PNL), 14.86%, and the Liberal Democratic Party (PDL), 12.36%, according to the partial results the Central Electoral Bureau (BEC) supplied on Monday morning.
Moreover, independent candidate Mircea Diaconu gathered 6.95% of the votes and the Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR), 6.48%, BEC spokesman Marian Muhulet pointed out.
The People’s Movement Party (PMP) obtained 6.24% of the votes, Dan Diaconescu — People’s Party (PP-DD), 3.62%, and the Greater Romania Party (PRM), 2.71%. The Civic Force (FC) obtained 2.64% of the votes cast by electors, the Romanian Ecologist Party (PER), 1.18%, the Farmers’ Alliance (AA), 0.95%, and the Christian Democratic National Peasant Party (PNTCD), 0.91%.
Corina Ungureanu — independent candidate — obtained 0.50% of the electors’ votes. The Green Party, the New Republic Party, the Social Justice Party, independent candidates Purea Paul, Liga Danut, the Socialist Alternative Party, Valentin Daeanu and Filip Constantin Titian also obtained under 0.50% of the votes.
The data of 93.54% of the polling stations have been processed so far. The total turnout in the elections stood at 5,549,303 voters (32.24%).
BEC will make the following announcement concerning the data of the elections to the European Parliament at 11:00 a.m.