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2013 European Parliament election in Croatia

European Parliament election in Croatia, 2013

14 April 2013 2014 →

12 seats to the European Parliament
Turnout 20.74%
  First party Second party Third party
  Dubravka Suica, 2008.jpg Tonino picula.jpg
Leader Dubravka Šuica Tonino Picula Nikola Vuljanić
Party HDZ SDP Labour
Alliance EPP S&D GUE/NGL
Leader since 15 March 2010
Seats won
6 / 12
HDZ 5,HSP AS 1,BUZ 0
5 / 12
SDP 5,HNS 0,HSU 0
1 / 12
Popular vote 243,654 237,778 42,750
Percentage 32.86% 32.07% 5.77%
Results of the election based on the majority of votes in each municipality of Croatia

  HDZ coalition

  SDP coalition

  Voters' group – Ivan Jakovčić

  HDSSB

  HSS-HSLS

  Labour

  NS-NSS
Results by municipality, shaded according to winning party's percentage of the vote.

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European Parliament elections were held in Croatia for the first time on 14 April 2013 to elect twelve Members of the European Parliament.[1] The members served the remainder of the Parliament's 2009–2014 after Croatia entered the European Union on 1 July 2013. The country formed a single constituency, with members elected by proportional representation using open lists.[2][3]

Despite opinion polling predicting a decisive victory of the governing centre left SDP-led coalition, the centre right HDZ-led coalition won a razor-thin plurality of the vote.[4] The turnout of just 20.8% was the lowest turnout in a national election in modern Croatian history.[5]

Parties [ edit ]

No Abbreviation Full Name
1 ABECEDA Abeceda demokracije[6][7]
2 AMD Agenda mladih demokrata[6][7]
3 AM Akcija mladih[6][7]
4 ASH

DSŽ

SP

SUH
Social Democratic Action of Croatia[7][8]

Women's Democratic Party[7][8]

Savez za promjene[7][8]

Stranka umirovljenika Hrvatske – Blok umirovljenici zajedno[7][8]
5 ABH

JEDINO HRVATSKA
Akcija za bolju Hrvatsku[6][7]

Only Croatia – Movement for Croatia[6][7]
6 A-HSS Autohtona – Hrvatska seljačka stranka[6][7]
7 A-HSP Autohtona – Hrvatska stranka prava[6][7]
8 DC Democratic Centre [6] [7]
9 GLAS RAZUMA

MS
Glas razuma[6][7]

Međimurska stranka[6][7]
10 HRAST Hrast – Pokret za uspješnu Hrvatsku[6][7] (Hrvatski rast – Pokret za uspješnu Hrvatsku)
11 HČSP Croatian Pure Party of Rights [6] [7]
12 HDZ

HSP AS

BUZ
Croatian Democratic Union[7][9]

Croatian Party of Rights dr. Ante Starčević[7][9]

Blok umirovljenici zajedno[7][9]
13 HRS Hrvatska radnička stranka[6][7]
14 HSS

HSLS
Croatian Labour Party[6][7]

Hrvatska socijalno-liberalna stranka[6][7]
15 HSP Croatian Party of Rights [7] [8]
16 HDSSB

HDSSD

ZH
Croatian Democratic Alliance of Slavonia and Baranja[6][7]

Hrvatski demokratski slobodarski savez Dalmacije[6][7]

Zeleni Hrvatske[6][7] (Zeleni HR)
17 HL Croatian Labourists – Labour Party [6] [7]
18 KLGB-IJ Kandidacijska lista grupe biraca – Ivan Jakovčić[6][7]
19 NS

NSS
Naša stranka[6][7]

Nova srpska stranka[6][7]
20 NSH Nezavisni seljaci Hrvatske[6][7]
21 OS Obiteljska stranka[6][7]
22 PS Pirate Party [6] [7]
23 PZMH Pokret za modernu Hrvatsku[6][7]
24 SDP

HNS

HSU
Social Democratic Party of Croatia [7] [8]

Croatian People's Party – Liberal Democrats [7] [8]

Croatian Party of Pensioners [7] [8]
25 SRP Socialist Labour Party [6] [7]
26 SU Stranka umirovljenika[7][8]
27 ZNL Zagrebačka nezavisna lista[6][7]
28 ZZ Zeleni Zajedno[6][7]

Opinion polling [ edit ]

Date Polling Organisation/Client Sample size SDP · HNS-LD · HSU HDZ · HSP-AS · BUZ Labour Other/Undecided
8 April Promocija Plus for HRT 1,300 29.5% (6 seats) 22.2% (5 seats) 7.5% (1 seat) 40.8%
31 March (High turnout) Ipsos Puls for Nova TV 802 26.3% (6 seats) 18.4% (4 seats) 10.0% (2 seats) 45.3%
31 March (Low turnout) Ipsos Puls for Nova TV 802 32.7% (7 seats) 19.9% (4 seats) 7.5% (1 seat) 39.9%

Results [ edit ]

Party Votes % Seats
Croatian Democratic Union and allies (HDZ–HSP AS–BUZ) 243,654 32.86 6
Social Democratic Party of Croatia and allies (SDP–HNSHSU) 237,778 32.07 5
Croatian Labourists – Labour Party 42,750 5.77 1
Croatian Peasant Party and Croatian Social Liberal Party 28,646 3.86 0
Voters' group – Ivan Jakovčić 28,445 3.84 0
Croatian Democratic Alliance of Slavonia and Baranja and allies (HDSSB-HDSSD-ZH) 22,328 3.01 0
Croatian Growth – Movement for a Successful Croatia 18,893 2.55 0
Youth Action 11,068 1.49 0
Pensioners' Party 10,947 1.48 0
Croatian Party of Rights 10,317 1.39 0
Greens Together 8,599 1.16 0
Pirate Party Croatia 8,345 1.13 0
Authentic Croatian Peasant Party 6,785 0.92 0
ASHDSŽ–SP–SUH 6,391 0.86 0
Democratic Centre 5,413 0.73 0
Croatian Pure Party of Rights 5,238 0.71 0
Voice of Reason and Međimurje Party 4,939 0.67 0
Alphabet of Democracy 4,878 0.66 0
Action for a Better Croatia and Only Croatia – Movement for Croatia 4,531 0.61 0
Family Party 4,391 0.59 0
Croatian Workers' Party 3,946 0.53 0
Our Party and New Serbian Party 3,933 0.53 0
Movement for a Successful Croatia 3,885 0.52 0
Democratic Youth Agenda 3,667 0.49 0
Independent Farmers of Croatia 3,646 0.49 0
Socialist Labour Party 3,538 0.48 0
Authentic Croatian Party of Rights 2,350 0.32 0
Zagreb Independent List 2,107 0.28 0
Invalid/blank votes 39,572
Total 780,980 100 12
Registered voters/turnout 3,748,815 20.84
Source: State Electoral Commission

Elected lists and candidates [ edit ]

Members of the

European Parliament


for Croatia
Observers (2012)
7th term (2013)
8th term (2014)
9th term (2019)
12: HDZ – HSP AS – BUZ[7][9] 17: HL[6][7] 24: SDP – HNS – HSU[7][8]
1. Dubravka Šuica

2. Andrej Plenković

3. Davor Ivo Stier

4. Ivana Maletić

5. Zdravka Bušić

6. Ruža Tomašić (HSP AS)
1. Nikola Vuljanić 1. Tonino Picula

2. Biljana Borzan

3. Marino Baldini

4. Oleg Valjalo

5. Sandra Petrović Jakovina

See also [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ Ništa od uštede! Izbori za Europski parlament 14. travnja
  2. ^ "Zakon o izborima zastupnika Republike Hrvatske u Europski parlament". Croatian Parliament. Archived from the original on 6 October 2017. Retrieved 15 April 2013.
  3. ^ Uskoro idemo na izbore za Europski parlament, evo kako će to izgledati
  4. ^ "PRIVREMENI NESLUŽBENI REZULTATI". Archived from the original on 2 November 2013. Retrieved 14 April 2013.
  5. ^ "Odaziv hrvatskih birača na euroizborima vrlo nizak, ali ipak bolji od slovačkog". Novi list (in Croatian). HINA. 15 April 2013. Retrieved 15 April 2013.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad Pristigle kandidature – 18.03.2013Archived 22 March 2013 at the Wayback Machine Izbori, 18 March 2013
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar Od 28 lista, samo je Jakovčićeva nezavisna, pogledajte popis svih kandidata za EU Dnevno, 19 March 2013
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Pristigle kandidature – 17.03.2013Archived 23 March 2013 at the Wayback Machine Izbori, 17 March 2013
  9. ^ a b c d Pristigle kandidature – 15.03.2013Archived 22 March 2013 at the Wayback Machine Izbori, 15 March 2013
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