Netherlands (European Parliament constituency)

Netherlands
European Parliament constituency
Map of the European Parliament constituencies with Netherlands highlighted in red
Location among the current constituencies
Member state Netherlands
Created 1979
MEPs
  • 25 (1979–1994)
  • 31 (1994–2004)
  • 27 (2004–2009)
  • 25 (2009–2011)
  • 26 (2011–2020)
  • 29 (2020-present)
Sources
[1][2]

For elections in the European Union, the Netherlands is a European Parliament constituency, currently represented by twenty-nine MEPs. It covers the member state of the Netherlands. Until 2009, it excluded the Dutch in the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba.

Background information

Year Electorate Votes Turnout Blank votes Invalid votes % Valid %
1979 9,808,176 5,700,603 58.12% 33,300 0.59% 5,667,303 99.41%
1984 10,485,014 5,334,582 50.88% 37,833 0.71% 5,296,749 99.29%
1989 11,099,123 5,270,374 47.48% 28,041 0.53% 5,242,333 99.47%
1994 11,618,677 4,146,730 35.69% 13,173 0.32% 4,133,557 99.68%
1999 11,862,864 3,560,764 30.02% 16,356 0.46% 3,544,408 99.54%
2004 12,168,878 4,777,121 39.26% 11,444 0.24% 4,765,677 99.76%
2009 12,445,497 4,573,743 36.75% 10,013 9,866 0.44% 4,553,864 99.56%
2014 12,815,496 4,782,251 37.32% 16,786 11,719 0.60% 4,753,746 99.40%
2019 13,164,688 5,519,776 41.93% 10,267 11,696 0.40% 5,497,813 99.60%
Year Lists Combined lists Electoral alliances
1979 10 0 1
1984 9 2 1
1989 10 2 0
1994 11 1 0
1999 11 1 0
2004 15 1 3
2009 17 1 3
2014 19 1 2
2019 16 2 NA

Current MEPs

e • d MEPs for the Netherlands elected to the 9th European Parliament session
← 2014–2019 2019–2024 2024–2029 →
Name Sex National party Group Period Preference vote[1]
Malik Azmani Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   RE 2 July 2019 – Present[2] 365,155
Tom Berendsen Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 2 July 2019 – Present[3] 28,579
Mohammed Chahim Male   Labour Party   S&D 2 July 2019 – Present[4] 2,825
Peter van Dalen Male   Christian Union   EPP 14 July 2009 – Present[5] 240,459
Bas Eickhout Male   GroenLinks   G–EFA 14 July 2009 – Present[6] 263,034
Derk Jan Eppink Male   Forum for Democracy   ECR 14 July 2009 – 1 July 2014
2 July 2019 – Present[7]
339,988
Anja Hazekamp Female   Party for the Animals   EUL–NGL 1 July 2014 – Present[8] 136,224
Jan Huitema Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   RE 1 July 2014 – Present[9] 115,738
Agnes Jongerius Female   Labour Party   S&D 1 July 2014 – Present[10] 109,987
Esther de Lange Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 1 April 2007 – Present[11] 402,975
Jeroen Lenaers Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 1 July 2014 – Present[12] 50,121
Toine Manders Male   50PLUS   EPP 20 July 1999 – 1 July 2014
2 July 2019 – Present[13]
127,228
Caroline Nagtegaal-van Doorn Female   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   RE 14 November 2017 – Present[14] 163,279
Kati Piri Female   Labour Party   S&D 1 July 2014 – Present[15] 29,475
Samira Rafaela Female   Democrats 66   RE 2 July 2019 – Present[16] 32,510
Rob Roos Male   Forum for Democracy   ECR 2 July 2019 – Present[17] 41,323
Rob Rooken Male   Forum for Democracy   ECR 2 July 2019 – Present[18] 10,143
Bert-Jan Ruissen Male   Reformed Political Party   ECR 2 July 2019 – Present[19] 44,416
Annie Schreijer-Pierik Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 1 July 2014 – Present[20] 113,914
Liesje Schreinemacher Female   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   RE 2 July 2019 – Present[21] 37,519
Kim van Sparrentak Female   GroenLinks   G–EFA 2 July 2019 – Present[22] 32,505
Tineke Strik Female   GroenLinks   G–EFA 2 July 2019 – Present[23] 149,628
Paul Tang Male   Labour Party   S&D 1 July 2014 – Present[24] 8,497
Vera Tax Female   Labour Party   S&D 2 July 2019 – Present[25] 12,760
Sophie in 't Veld Female   Democrats 66   RE 20 July 2004 – Present[26] 248,383
Lara Wolters Female   Labour Party   S&D 9 July 2019 – Present[27] 4,888

1979–84

Candidate lists

e • d Candidate lists for the European Parliament election in the Netherlands
← none 1979 1984 →
Lists
List English translation List name (Dutch)
1 list Labour Party/European Socialists Partij van de Arbeid/Europese Socialisten
2 list CDA European People's Party CDA Europese Volkspartij
3 list VVD - European Liberal-Democrats VVD - Europese Liberaal-Democraten
4 list D'66
5 list S.G.P.
6 list C.P.N.
7 list P.P.R.
8 list G.P.V.
9 list P.S.P.
10 list List Leschot Lijst Leschot

Results

The 1979 European election was the first direct election to the European Parliament to be held and hence the first time the Netherlands had voted. Four parties won seats: the conservative liberal VVD, the progressive liberal D66, the Christian-democratic CDA and the social-democratic Labour Party. Five other nationally represented parties competed but won no seats. 58.1% of the Dutch population turned out on election day.

e • d Summary of the June 7 1979 European Parliament election results in the Netherlands
← none 1979 1984 →
Lists Votes % Seats
List English translation List name (Dutch) EU Party
list CDA European People's Party CDA Europese Volkspartij EPP 2,017,743 35.60
10 / 25
list Labour Party/European Socialists Partij van de Arbeid/Europese Socialisten SOC 1,722,240 30.39
9 / 25
list VVD - European Liberal-Democrats VVD - Europese Liberaal-Democraten LD 914,787 16.14
4 / 25
list D'66 none 511,967 9.03
2 / 25
list S.G.P. none 126,412 2.23
0 / 25
list C.P.N. none 97,343 1.72
0 / 25
list P.S.P. none 97,243 1.72
0 / 25
list P.P.R. none 92,055 1.62
0 / 25
list G.P.V. none 62,610 1.10
0 / 25
list List Leschot Lijst Leschot none 24,903 0.40
0 / 25
Valid votes 5,667,303 99.42
Blank and invalid votes 33,300 0.58
Totals 5,700,603 100.00 25
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 9,808,176 58.12
Source: [28]

European groups

e • d Summary of the 7 June 1979 European Parliament elections in the Netherlands
← none 1979 1984 →
European group Seats 1979
European People's Party EPP 10
Confederation of Socialist Parties SOC 9
European Liberal Democrats LD 4
Non-Inscrits NI 2
25

MEPs period 1979–84

Below is a complete list of members of the European Parliament for the period 1979–1984 as a result of this election.

e • d MEPs for the Netherlands elected to the 1st European Parliament session
← 1958–1979 1979–1984 1984–1989 →
Name Sex National party EP Group Period Preference vote
Wim Albers Male   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1984[29]
Cees Berkhouwer Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   LD 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1984[30]
Bouke Beumer Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 19 July 1994[31]
Elise Boot Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1989[32]
Bob Cohen Male   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1989[33]
Piet Dankert Male   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 7 November 1989[34]
Suzanne Dekker Female   Democrats 66   NI 17 July 1979 – 10 June 1981[35]
Doeke Eisma Male   Democrats 66   NI 19 June 1981 – 23 July 1984[36]
Aart Geurtsen Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   LD 17 July 1979 – July 1984[37]
Aar de Goede Male   Democrats 66   NI 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1984[38]
Frans van der Gun Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 1 January 1982[39]
Ien van den Heuvel-de Blank Female   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1989[40]
Sjouke Jonker Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1984[41]
Annie Krouwel-Vlam Female   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 23 July 1984[42]
Hendrik Jan Louwes Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   LD 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1989[43]
Hanja Maij-Weggen Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 6 November 1989[44]
Johan van Minnen Male   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1984[45]
Joep Mommersteeg Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 15 February 1982 – 24 July 1984[46]
Hemmo Muntingh Male   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 19 July 1994[47]
Hans Nord Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   LD 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1989[48]
Harry Notenboom Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – July 1984[49]
Jean Penders Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 19 July 1994[50]
Jim Janssen van Raaij Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1984
October 1986 – 20 July 1999[51]
Teun Tolman Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1989[52]
Wim Vergeer Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1989[53]
Phili Viehoff Female   Labour Party   SOC December 1979 – 24 July 1989[54]
Anne Vondeling Male   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 22 November 1979[55]
Eisso Woltjer Male   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 19 July 1994[56]
Source:[57]


1984–89

Candidate lists

e • d Candidate lists for the European Parliament election in the Netherlands
← 1979 1984 1989 →
Lists
List English translation List name (Dutch)
1 list CDA European People's Party CDA Europese Volkspartij
2 list Labour Party/European Socialists Partij van de Arbeid/Europese Socialisten
3 list VVD - European Liberal-Democrats VVD - Europese Liberaal-Democraten
4 list D'66
5 list SGP, RPF and GPV SGP, RPF en GPV
6 list C.P.N. Green Party Netherlands P.P.R. P.S.P. C.P.N. Groene Partij Nederland P.P.R. P.S.P.
7 list European Greens Europese Groenen
8 list Centre Party Centrumpartij
9 list God with Us God met Ons

Results

The 1984 European election was the second European election to be held. In these elections two alliances formed successful common lists:

The progressive liberal D'66 lost its two seats and disappeared from the parliament. 50.9% of the Dutch population turned out.

e • d Summary of the June 14 1984 European Parliament election results in the Netherlands
← 1979 1984 1989 →
Lists Votes % Change Seats Change
List English translation List name (Dutch) EU Party EP Group
list Labour Party/European Socialists Partij van de Arbeid/Europese Socialisten SOC 1,785,165 33.70 3.31 Increase
9 / 25
0 Steady
list CDA European People's Party CDA Europese Volkspartij EPP 1,590,218 30.02 5.58 Decrease
8 / 25
2 Decrease
list VVD - European Liberal-Democrats VVD - Europese Liberaal-Democraten LD 1,002,685 18.93 2.79 Increase
5 / 25
1 Increase
list C.P.N. Green Party Netherlands P.P.R. P.S.P. C.P.N. Groene Partij Nederland P.P.R. P.S.P. EGC RBW 296,488 5.60 * 0.54 Increase
2 / 25
2 Increase
list SGP, RPF and GPV SGP, RPF en GPV none NI 275,786 5.21 * 1.88 Increase
1 / 25
1 Increase
list Centre Party Centrumpartij none 134,877 2.55 new
0 / 25
0 Steady
list D'66 none 120,826 2.28 6.75 Decrease
0 / 25
2 Decrease
list European Greens Europese Groenen none 67,413 1.27 new
0 / 25
0 Steady
list God with Us God met Ons none 23,291 0.44 new
0 / 25
0 Steady
Valid votes 5,296,749 99.29 0.12 Decrease
Blank and invalid votes 37,833 0.71 0.12 Increase
Totals 5,334,582 100.00 25 0 Steady
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 10,485,014 50.88 7.24 Decrease
Source: [58]

European groups

e • d Summary of the 14 June 1984 European Parliament elections in the Netherlands
← 1979 1984 1989 →
European group Seats 1979 Seats 1984 Change
Confederation of Socialist Parties SOC 9 9 0 Steady
European People's Party EPP 10 8 2 Decrease
European Liberal Democrats LD 4 5 1 Increase
Rainbow Group RBW 0 2 2 Increase
Non-Inscrits NI 2 1 1 Decrease
25 25 0 Steady

MEPs period 1984–89

Below is a complete list of members of the European Parliament for the period 1984–1989 as a result of this election.

e • d MEPs for the Netherlands elected to the 2nd European Parliament session
← 1979–1984 1984–1989 1989–1994 →
Name Sex National party EP Group Period Preference vote
Hedy d'Ancona Female   Labour Party   SOC 24 July 1984 – 7 November 1989[59]
Bouke Beumer Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 19 July 1994[31]
Elise Boot Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1989[32]
Bob Cohen Male   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1989[33]
Pam Cornelissen Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 24 July 1984 – 20 July 1999[60]
Piet Dankert Male   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 7 November 1989[34]
Nel van Dijk Female   Communist Party of the Netherlands   RBW January 1987 – 1 September 1998[61]
Ien van den Heuvel-de Blank Female   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1989[40]
Jim Janssen van Raaij Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1984
October 1986 – 20 July 1999[51]
Jessica Larive Female   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   LD 24 July 1984 – 20 July 1999[62]
Bram van der Lek Male   Pacifist Socialist Party   RBW 24 July 1984 – 24 July 1989[63]
Hendrik Jan Louwes Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   LD 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1989[43]
Hanja Maij-Weggen Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 6 November 1989[44]
Alman Metten Male   Labour Party   SOC 24 July 1984 – 20 July 1999[64]
Hemmo Muntingh Male   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 19 July 1994[47]
Hans Nord Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   LD 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1989[48]
Jean Penders Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 19 July 1994[50]
Yvonne van Rooy Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 24 July 1984 – 28 October 1986[65]
Teun Tolman Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1989[52]
Herman Verbeek Male   Political Party of Radicals   RBW 24 July 1984 – December 1986[66]
Wim Vergeer Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1989[53]
Phili Viehoff Female   Labour Party   SOC December 1979 – 24 July 1989[54]
Ben Visser Male   Labour Party   SOC 24 July 1984 – 19 July 1994[67]
Gijs de Vries Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   LD 24 July 1984 – 2 August 1998[68]
Leen van der Waal Male   Political Reformed Party   NI 24 July 1984 – 2 September 1997[69]
Florus Wijsenbeek Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   LD 24 July 1984 – 20 July 1999[70]
Eisso Woltjer Male   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 19 July 1994[56]
Source:[57]


1989–94

Candidate lists

e • d Candidate lists for the European Parliament election in the Netherlands
← 1984 1989 1994 →
Lists
List English translation List name (Dutch)
1 list Labour Party/European Socialists Partij van de Arbeid/Europese Socialisten
2 list CDA European People's Party CDA Europese Volkspartij
3 list VVD - European Liberal-Democrats VVD - Europese Liberaal-Democraten
4 list Rainbow (ppr-psp-cpn-evp-gpn-indep.) Regenboog (ppr-psp-cpn-evp-gpn-onafh.)
5 list SGP, GPV and RPF SGP, GPV en RPF
6 list D66
7 list Socialisties Party Socialistiese Partij
8 list God with Us God met Ons
9 list Initiative for European Democracy IDE Initiatief voor Europese Democratie IDE
10 list List Janmaat / Centre Democrats Lijst Janmaat / Centrumdemocraten

Results

The 1989 European election was the third European election to be held. The conservative liberal VVD lost seats to the progressive liberal D66, which returned to the European parliament after a five-year absence. 47.5% of the electorate turned out.

e • d Summary of the 15 June 1989 European Parliament election results in the Netherlands
← 1984 1989 1994 →
Lists Votes % Change Seats Change
List English translation List name (Dutch) EU Party EP Group
list CDA European People's Party CDA Europese Volkspartij EPP 1,814,107 34.60 4.58 Increase
10 / 25
1 Increase
list Labour Party/European Socialists Partij van de Arbeid/Europese Socialisten SOC 1,609,626 30.70 3.00 Decrease
8 / 25
0 Steady
list VVD - European Liberal-Democrats VVD - Europese Liberaal-Democraten LDR 714,745 13.63 5.30 Decrease
3 / 25
2 Decrease
list Rainbow (ppr-psp-cpn-evp-gpn-indep.) Regenboog (ppr-psp-cpn-evp-gpn-onafh.) EGC RBW 365,535 6.97 1.37 Increase
2 / 25
0 Steady
list D66 LDR 311,990 5.95 3.67 Increase
1 / 25
1 Increase
list SGP, GPV and RPF SGP, GPV en RPF none NI 309,060 5.90 0.69 Increase
1 / 25
0 Steady
list List Janmaat / Centre Democrats Lijst Janmaat / Centrumdemocraten none 40,780 0.78 new
0 / 25
0 Steady
list Socialisties Party Socialistiese Partij none 34,332 0.65 new
0 / 25
0 Steady
list Initiative for European Democracy IDE Initiatief voor Europese Democratie IDE none 23,298 0.44 new
0 / 25
0 Steady
list God with Us God met Ons none 18,860 0.36 0.08 Decrease
0 / 25
0 Steady
Valid votes 5,242,333 99.47 0.18 Increase
Blank and invalid votes 28,041 0.53 0.18 Decrease
Totals 5,270,374 100.00 25 0 Steady
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 11,099,123 47.48 3.40 Decrease
Source: [71]


European groups

e • d Summary of the 15 June 1989 European Parliament elections in the Netherlands
← 1984 1989 1994 →
European group Seats 1984 Seats 1989 Change
European People's Party EPP 9 10 1 Increase
Confederation of Socialist Parties SOC 8 8 0 Steady
Liberal and Democratic Reformist Group LDR 5 4 1 Decrease
Rainbow Group RBW 2 2 0 Steady
Non-Inscrits NI 1 1 0 Steady
25 25 0 Steady

MEPs period 1989–94

Below is a list of members of the European Parliament for the period 1989–1994 as a result of this election.

e • d MEPs for the Netherlands elected to the 3rd European Parliament session
← 1984–1989 1989–1994 1994–1999 →
Name Sex National party EP Group Period Preference vote
Hedy d'Ancona Female   Labour Party   SOC 24 July 1984 – 7 November 1989[59]
Jan-Willem Bertens Male   Democrats 66   LDR 24 July 1989 – 20 July 1999[72]
Bouke Beumer Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 19 July 1994[31]
Mathilde van den Brink Female   Labour Party   SOC 20 November 1989 – 19 July 1994[73]
Pam Cornelissen Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 24 July 1984 – 20 July 1999[60]
Piet Dankert Male   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 7 November 1989[34]
Nel van Dijk Female   Communist Party of the Netherlands   RBW January 1987 – 1 September 1998[61]
Annemarie Goedmakers Female   Labour Party   SOC 20 November 1989 – 19 July 1994[74]
Jim Janssen van Raaij Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1984
October 1986 – 20 July 1999 [51]
Jessica Larive Female   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   LDR 24 July 1984 – 20 July 1999[62]
Hanja Maij-Weggen Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 6 November 1989[44]
Alman Metten Male   Labour Party   SOC 24 July 1984 – 20 July 1999[64]
Hemmo Muntingh Male   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 19 July 1994[47]
Ria Oomen-Ruijten Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 25 July 1989 – 1 July 2014[75]
Arie Oostlander Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 25 July 1989 – 20 July 2004[76]
Karla Peijs Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 25 July 1989 – 27 May 2003[77]
Jean Penders Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 19 July 1994[50]
Bartho Pronk Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 20 November 1989 – 20 July 2004[78]
Maartje van Putten Female   Labour Party   SOC 25 July 1989 – 20 July 1999[79]
Jan Sonneveld Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 25 July 1989 – 20 July 1999[80]
Wim van Velzen Male   Labour Party   SOC 25 July 1989 – 20 July 1999[81]
Herman Verbeek Male   Political Party of Radicals   RBW 25 July 1989 – 19 July 1994[66]
Maxime Verhagen Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 25 July 1989 – 19 July 1994[82]
Ben Visser Male   Labour Party   SOC 24 July 1984 – 19 July 1994[67]
Gijs de Vries Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   LDR 24 July 1984 – 2 August 1998[68]
Leen van der Waal Male   Reformed Political Party   NI 24 July 1984 – 2 September 1997[69]
Florus Wijsenbeek Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   LDR 24 July 1984 – 20 July 1999[70]
Eisso Woltjer Male   Labour Party   SOC 17 July 1979 – 19 July 1994[56]
Source:[57]


1994–99

Candidate lists

e • d Candidate lists for the European Parliament election in the Netherlands
← 1989 1994 1999 →
Lists
List English translation List name (Dutch)
1 list CDA - European People's Party CDA – Europese Volkspartij
2 list P.v.d.A./European Social Democrats P.v.d.A./Europese Sociaaldemocraten
3 list VVD/European Liberal-Democrats VVD/Europese Liberaal-Democraten
4 list D66
5 list SGP, GPV and RPF SGP, GPV en RPF
6 list A Better Future... Een Betere Toekomst...
7 list SP (Socialist Party) SP (Socialistische Partij)
8 list The Greens De Groenen
9 list List De Groen Lijst De Groen
10 list CD
11 list GREENLEFT GROENLINKS

Results

The 1994 European election was the fourth European election to be held. The liberal VVD and D66 parties and the orthodox Protestant alliance of Political Reformed Party, Reformatory Political Federation and Reformed Political Alliance profited from the increase in the number of seats. While the Christian Democratic Appeal and the Labour Party lost a considerable number of votes, but remained stable in terms of seats. 35.7% of Dutch voters turned out on election day.

e • d Summary of the 9 June 1994 European Parliament election results in the Netherlands
← 1989 1994 1999 →
Lists Votes % Change Seats Change
List English translation List name (Dutch) EU Party EP Group
list CDA - European People's Party CDA – Europese Volkspartij EPP 1,271,855 30.77 3.8 Decrease
10 / 31
0 Steady
list PvdA - European Social Democrats PvdA - Europese Sociaaldemocraten PES 945,869 22.88 7.8 Decrease
8 / 31
0 Steady
list VVD - European Liberal-Democrats VVD - Europese Liberaal-Democraten ELDR 740,443 17.91 3.7 Increase
6 / 31
3 Increase
list D66 ELDR 481,843 11.66 5.7 Increase
4 / 31
3 Increase
list SGP, GPV, and RPF SGP, GPV, en RPF none EN /I-EN 322,793 7.81 1.9 Increase
2 / 31
1 Increase
list GreenLeft GroenLinks EFGP G/EFA 154,547 3.74 3.3 Decrease
1 / 31
1 Decrease
list The Greens De Groenen EFGP G/EFA 97,206 2.35 2.4 Increase
0 / 31
0 Steady
list SP (Socialist Party) SP (Socialistische Partij) none 55,311 1.34 0.6 Increase
0 / 31
0 Steady
list CD none 43,299 1.05 0.2 Increase
0 / 31
0 Steady
list A better Future... Een Betere Toekomst... none 11,547 0.28 new
0 / 31
0 Steady
list List de Groen Lijst de Groen none 8,844 0.21 new
0 / 31
0 Steady
Valid votes 4,133,557 99.68 0.21 Increase
Blank and invalid votes 13,173 0.32 0.21 Decrease
Totals 4,146,730 100.00 31 6 Increase
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 11,618,677 35.69 11.79 Decrease
Source: [83]


European groups

e • d Summary of the 9 June 1994 European Parliament elections in the Netherlands
← 1989 1994 1999 →
European group Seats 1989 Seats 1994 Change
European People's Party EPP 10 10 0 Steady
European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party ELDR 4 10 6 Increase
Party of European Socialists PES 8 8 0 Steady
Green Group in the European Parliament G/EFA 2 1 1 Decrease
Europe of Nations EN 0 2 2 Increase
Non-Inscrits NI 1 0 1 Decrease
25 31 6 Increase

MEPs period 1994–99

Below is a list of members of the European Parliament for the period 1994–1999 as a result of this election.

e • d MEPs for the Netherlands elected to the 4th European Parliament session
← 1989–1994 1994–1999 1999–2004 →
Name Sex National party EP Group Period Preference vote
Hedy d'Ancona Female   Labour Party   PES 19 July 1994 – July 1999[59]
Jan-Willem Bertens Male   Democrats 66   ELDR 24 July 1989 – 20 July 1999[72]
Leonie van Bladel Female   Labour Party   PES 19 July 1994 – 20 July 1999[84]
Hans Blokland Male   Reformed Political Alliance   EN /I-EN 19 July 1994 – 14 July 2009[85]
Johanna Boogerd-Quaak Female   Democrats 66   ELDR 5 February 2003 – 20 July 2004[86]
Laurens Jan Brinkhorst Male   Democrats 66   ELDR 19 July 1994 – 8 June 1999[87]
Frits Castricum Male   Labour Party   PES 19 July 1994 – 20 July 1999[88]
Pam Cornelissen Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 24 July 1984 – 20 July 1999[60]
Rijk van Dam Male   Reformatory Political Federation   I-EN September 1997 – 20 July 2004[89]
Piet Dankert Male   Labour Party   PES 19 July 1994 – 20 July 1999[34]
Nel van Dijk Female   GreenLeft   G January 1987 – 1 September 1998[61]
Doeke Eisma Male   Democrats 66   ELDR 19 July 1994 – 20 July 1999[36]
Robert Jan Goedbloed Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ELDR September 1998 – 20 July 1999[90]
Elly Plooij-van Gorsel Female   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ELDR 19 July 1994 – 20 July 2004[91]
Joost Lagendijk Male   GreenLeft   G 1 September 1998 – 14 July 2009[92]
Jessica Larive Female   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ELDR 24 July 1984 – 20 July 1999[62]
Hanja Maij-Weggen Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 19 July 1994 – 1 October 2003[44]
Alman Metten Male   Labour Party   PES 24 July 1984 – 20 July 1999[64]
Jan Mulder Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ELDR 19 July 1994 – 14 July 2009
22 June 2010 – 1 July 2014[93]
Ria Oomen-Ruijten Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 25 July 1989 – 1 July 2014[75]
Arie Oostlander Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 25 July 1989 – 20 July 2004[76]
Karla Peijs Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 25 July 1989 – 27 May 2003[77]
Peter Pex Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 19 July 1994 – 20 July 1999[94]
Bartho Pronk Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 20 November 1989 – 20 July 2004[78]
Maartje van Putten Female   Labour Party   PES 25 July 1989 – 20 July 1999[79]
Jim Janssen van Raaij Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 17 July 1979 – 24 July 1984
October 1986 – 20 July 1999[51]
Jan Sonneveld Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 25 July 1989 – 20 July 1999[80]
Wim van Velzen Male   Labour Party   PES 25 July 1989 – 20 July 1999[81]
Wim van Velzen Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 19 July 1994 – 20 July 2004[95]
Gijs de Vries Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ELDR 24 July 1984 – 2 August 1998[68]
Leen van der Waal Male   Reformed Political Party   EN /I-EN 24 July 1984 – 2 September 1997[69]
Jan-Kees Wiebenga Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ELDR 19 July 1994 – October 2001[96]
Jan Marinus Wiersma Male   Labour Party   PES 19 July 1994 – 14 July 2009[97]
Florus Wijsenbeek Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ELDR 24 July 1984 – 20 July 1999[70]
Source:[57]


1999–2004

Candidate lists

e • d Candidate lists for the European Parliament election in the Netherlands
← 1994 1999 2004 →
Lists
List English translation List name (Dutch)
1 list CDA - European People's Party CDA – Europese Volkspartij
2 list P.v.d.A./European Social Democrats P.v.d.A./Europese Sociaaldemocraten
3 list VVD - European Liberal-Democrats VVD – Europese Liberaal-Democraten
4 list D66
5 list SGP, GPV and RPF SGP, GPV en RPF
6 list GREENLEFT GROENLINKS
7 list CD/Conservative Democrats CD/Conservatieve Democraten
8 list List Sala Lijst Sala
9 list European Electorate Platform Netherlands Europees Verkiezers Platform Nederland
10 list SP (Socialist Party) SP (Socialistische Partij)
11 list THE EUROPEAN PARTY DE EUROPESE PARTIJ

Results

The 1999 European election was the fifth European election to be held. With only 30 percent of the population showing up, the voter turnout hit an all-time low for Dutch elections on the national level. In the election, GreenLeft performed particularly well quadrupling their seats from one to four, the Socialist Party also won its first seat. These gains were made at the cost of the Christian Democratic Appeal, Democrats 66 and the PvdA, which lost one, two and two seats respectively.

e • d Summary of the 10 June 1999 European Parliament election results in the Netherlands
← 1994 1999 2004 →
Lists Votes % Change Seats Change
List English translation List name (Dutch) EU Party EP Group
list CDA - European People's Party CDA – Europese Volkspartij EPP EPP-ED 954,898 26.94 3.9 Decrease
9 / 31
1 Decrease
list P.v.d.A./European Social Democrats P.v.d.A./Europese Sociaaldemocraten PES PES 712,929 20.11 2.8 Decrease
6 / 31
2 Decrease
list VVD - European Liberal-Democrats VVD – Europese Liberaal-Democraten ELDR ELDR 698,050 19.69 2.2 Increase
6 / 31
0 Steady
list GREENLEFT GROENLINKS EFGP Greens-EFA 419,869 11.85 8.1 Increase
4 / 31
3 Increase
list SGP, GPV and RPF SGP, GPV en RPF none EDD 309.612 8,74 0,9 Increase
3 / 31
1 Increase
list D66 ELDR ELDR 205,623 5.8 5.9 Decrease
2 / 31
2 Decrease
list SP (Socialist Party) SP (Socialistische Partij) none EUL/NGL 178,642 5.04 3.7 Increase
1 / 31
1 Increase
list THE EUROPEAN PARTY DE EUROPESE PARTIJ none 23,231 0.66 new
0 / 31
0 Steady
list CD/Conservative Democrats CD/Conservatieve Democraten none 17,740 0.50 new
0 / 31
0 Steady
list European Electorate Platform Netherlands Europees Verkiezers Platform Nederland none 13,234 0.37 new
0 / 31
0 Steady
list List Sala Lijst Sala none 10,580 0.30 new
0 / 31
0 Steady
Valid votes 3,544,408 99.54 0.14 Decrease
Blank and invalid votes 16,356 0.46 0.14 Increase
Totals 3,560,764 100.00 31 0 Steady
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 11,862,864 30.02 5.67 Decrease
Source: [98]


European groups

e • d Summary of the 10 June 1999 European Parliament elections in the Netherlands
← 1994 1999 2004 →
European group Seats 1994 Seats 1999 Change
European People's Party–European Democrats EPP-ED 10 9 1 Decrease
European Liberal Democrat and Reform Party ELDR 10 8 2 Decrease
Party of European Socialists PES 8 6 2 Decrease
The Greens–European Free Alliance Greens-EFA 1 4 3 Increase
Europe of Democracies and Diversities EDD 2 3 1 Increase
European United Left–Nordic Green Left EUL-NGL 0 1 1 Increase
Non-Inscrits NI 0 0 0 Steady
31 31 0 Steady

MEPs period 1999–2004

Below is a list of members of the European Parliament for the period 1999–2004 as a result of this election.

e • d MEPs for the Netherlands elected to the 5th European Parliament session
← 1994–1999 1999–2004 2004–2009 →
Name Sex National party EP Group Period Preference vote
Bas Belder Male   Reformed Political Party   EDD 20 July 1999 – 2 July 2019[99] 20,491
Max van den Berg Male   Labour Party   PES 20 July 1999 – 1 September 2007[100] 584,167
Hans Blokland Male   Reformed Political Alliance   EDD 19 July 1994 – 14 July 2009[85] 245,214
Johanna Boogerd-Quaak Female   Democrats 66   ELDR 5 February 2003 – 20 July 2004[86] 10,992
Bob van den Bos Male   Democrats 66   ELDR 20 July 1999 – 20 July 2004[101] 8,712
Theo Bouwman Male   GreenLeft   G–EFA 20 July 1999 – 20 July 2004[102] 6,012
Cees Bremmer Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 8 October 2003 – 20 July 2004[103] 2,956
Kathalijne Buitenweg Female   GreenLeft   G–EFA 20 July 1999 – 14 July 2009[104] 90,549
Ieke van den Burg Female   Labour Party   PES 20 July 1999 – 14 July 2009[105] 55,016
Dorette Corbey Female   Labour Party   PES 20 July 1999 – 14 July 2009[85] 4,898
Rijk van Dam Male   Reformatory Political Federation   EDD September 1997 – 20 July 2004[89] 10,630
Bert Doorn Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 20 July 1999 – 14 July 2009[106] 3,598
Elly Plooij-van Gorsel Female   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ELDR 19 July 1994 – 20 July 2004[91] 45,855
Marieke Sanders-ten Holte Female   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ELDR 20 July 1999 – 20 July 2004[107] 45,855
Michiel van Hulten Male   Labour Party   PES 20 July 1999 – 20 July 2004[108] 5,710
Lousewies van der Laan Female   Democrats 66   ELDR 20 July 1999 – 30 January 2003[109] 143,009
Joost Lagendijk Male   GreenLeft   G–EFA 1 September 1998 – 14 July 2009[92] 245,642
Albert Jan Maat Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 20 July 1999 – 10 April 2007[110] 34,622
Jules Maaten Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ELDR 20 July 1999 – 14 July 2009[111] 4,341
Hanja Maij-Weggen Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 19 July 1994 – 1 October 2003[44] 591,505
Toine Manders Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ELDR 20 July 1999 – 1 July 2014
2 July 2019 – Present[13]
14,237
Maria Martens Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 20 July 1999 – 14 July 2009[112] 16,254
Erik Meijer Male   Socialist Party   EUL–NGL 20 July 1999 – 14 July 2009[113] 124,800
Jan Mulder Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ELDR 19 July 1994 – 14 July 2009
22 June 2010 – 1 July 2014[93]
13,825
Ria Oomen-Ruijten Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 25 July 1989 – 1 July 2014[75] 99,584
Arie Oostlander Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 25 July 1989 – 20 July 2004[76] 17,628
Karla Peijs Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 25 July 1989 – 27 May 2003[77] 11,975
Peter Pex Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 11 June 2003 – 20 July 2004[94] 8,380
Bartho Pronk Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 20 November 1989 – 20 July 2004[78] 7,929
Alexander de Roo Male   GreenLeft   G–EFA 20 July 1999 – 20 July 2004[114] 4,343
Joke Swiebel Female   Labour Party   PES 20 July 1999 – 20 July 2004[115] 12,554
Wim van Velzen Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 19 July 1994 – 20 July 2004[95] 103,743
Herman Vermeer Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ELDR 12 November 2001 – 20 July 2004[116] 6,535
Jan-Kees Wiebenga Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ELDR 19 July 1994 – October 2001[96] 535,904
Jan Marinus Wiersma Male   Labour Party   PES 19 July 1994 – 14 July 2009[97] 9,753
Source:[57]


2004–09

Candidate lists

e • d Candidate lists for the European Parliament election in the Netherlands
← 1999 2004 2009 →
Lists
List English translation List name (Dutch)
1 list CDA - European People's Party CDA – Europese Volkspartij
2 list P.v.d.A./European Social Democrats P.v.d.A./Europese Sociaaldemocraten
3 list VVD - European Liberal-Democrats VVD – Europese Liberaal-Democraten
4 list GREENLEFT GROENLINKS
5 list Christian Union-SGP ChristenUnie–SGP
6 list Democrats 66 (D66) Democraten 66 (D66)
7 list SP (Socialist Party) SP (Socialistische Partij)
8 list Democratic Europe Democratisch Europa
9 list LIVABLE EUROPE LEEFBAAR EUROPA
10 list Party for the North Partij voor het Noorden
11 list New Right Nieuw Rechts
12 list Europe Transparent Europa Transparant
13 list List Pim Fortuyn (LPF) Lijst Pim Fortuyn (LPF)
14 list Party for the Animals Partij voor de Dieren
15 list Respect.now Respect.Nu

Results

The 2004 European election was the sixth European election and were held in the Netherlands on 10 June. The ruling centre-right parties, the Christian Democratic Appeal and the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy polled poorly, while the opposition Labour Party and Socialist Party gained ground. The anti-fraud party Europe Transparent of whistle blower Paul van Buitenen unexpectedly won two seats.

e • d Summary of the 10 June 2004 European Parliament election results in the Netherlands
← 1999 2004 2009 →
Lists Votes % Change Seats Change
List English translation List name (Dutch) EU Party EP Group
list CDA - European People's Party CDA – Europese Volkspartij EPP EPP-ED 1,164,431 24.43 2.51 Decrease
7 / 27
2 Decrease
list P.v.d.A./European Social Democrats P.v.d.A./Europese Sociaaldemocraten PES PES 1,124,549 23.60 3.49 Increase
7 / 27
1 Increase
list VVD - European Liberal-Democrats VVD – Europese Liberaal-Democraten ELDR ALDE 629,198 13.20 6.49 Decrease
4 / 27
2 Decrease
list GREENLEFT GROENLINKS EGP Greens-EFA 352,201 7.39 4.46 Decrease
2 / 27
2 Decrease
list Europe Transparent Europa Transparant none Greens-EFA 349,156 7.33 new
2 / 27
2 Increase
list SP (Socialist Party) SP (Socialistische Partij) none EUL/NGL 332,326 6.97 1.93 Increase
2 / 27
1 Increase
list Christian Union-SGP ChristenUnie–SGP none IND&DEM 279,880 5.87 2.27 Decrease
2 / 27
1 Decrease
list Democrats 66 (D66) Democraten 66 (D66) ELDR ALDE 202,502 4.25 1.55 Decrease
1 / 27
1 Decrease
list Party for the Animals Partij voor de Dieren none 153,432 3.22 new
0 / 27
0 Steady
list List Pim Fortuyn (LPF) Lijst Pim Fortuyn (LPF) none UEN 121,509 2.55 new
0 / 27
0 Steady
list Party for the North Partij voor het Noorden none 18,234 0.38 new
0 / 27
0 Steady
list New Right Nieuw Rechts none 15,732 0.33 new
0 / 27
0 Steady
list LIVABLE EUROPE LEEFBAAR EUROPA none 9,144 0.19 new
0 / 27
0 Steady
list Democratic Europe Democratisch Europa none 8,780 0.18 new
0 / 27
0 Steady
list Respect.now Respect.nu none 4,603 0.10 new
0 / 27
0 Steady
Valid votes 4,765,677 99.76 0.22 Increase
Blank and invalid votes 11,444 0.24 0.22 Decrease
Totals 4,777,121 100.00 27 4 Decrease
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 12,168,878 39.26 9.24 Increase
Source: [117]


European groups

e • d Summary of the 10 June 2004 European Parliament elections in the Netherlands
← 1999 2004 2009 →
European group Seats 1999 Seats 2004 Change
European People's Party–European Democrats EPP-ED 9 7 2 Decrease
Party of European Socialists PES 6 7 1 Increase
Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe ALDE 8 5 3 Decrease
The Greens–European Free Alliance Greens-EFA 4 4 0 Steady
European United Left–Nordic Green Left EUL-NGL 1 2 1 Increase
Independence/Democracy IND&DEM 3 2 1 Decrease
Non-Inscrits NI 0 0 0 Steady
31 27 4 Decrease

MEPs in 2004–09

Below is a list of members of the European Parliament for the period 2004–2009 as a result of this election.

e • d MEPs for the Netherlands elected to the 6th European Parliament session
← 1999–2004 2004–2009 2009–2014 →
Name Sex National party EP Group Period Preference vote
Bas Belder Male   Reformed Political Party   IND&DEM 20 July 1999 – 2 July 2019[99] 44,473
Max van den Berg Male   Labour Party   PES 20 July 1999 – 1 September 2007[100] 879,972
Thijs Berman Male   Labour Party   PES 20 July 2004 – 1 July 2014[118] 6,825
Hans Blokland Male   Christian Union   IND&DEM 19 July 1994 – 14 July 2009[85] 197,031
Emine Bozkurt Female   Labour Party   PES 20 July 2004 – 1 July 2014[119] 24,359
Paul van Buitenen Male   Europe Transparent   G–EFA 20 July 2004 – 14 July 2009[104] 338,477
Kathalijne Buitenweg Female   GreenLeft   G–EFA 20 July 1999 – 14 July 2009[120] 297,237
Ieke van den Burg Female   Labour Party   PES 20 July 1999 – 14 July 2009[105] 7,695
Jan Cremers Male   Labour Party   PES 8 May 2008 – 14 July 2009[121] 3,787
Dorette Corbey Female   Labour Party   PES 20 July 1999 – 14 July 2009[85] 17,847
Bert Doorn Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 20 July 1999 – 14 July 2009[106] 4,842
Camiel Eurlings Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 20 July 2004 – 22 February 2007[122] 938,025
Els de Groen-Kouwenhoven Female   Europe Transparent   G–EFA 20 July 2004 – 14 July 2009[123] 4,796
Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert Female   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ALDE 20 July 2004 – 17 June 2010[124] 44,064
Lily Jacobs [nl] Female   Labour Party   PES 4 September 2007 – 14 July 2009[125] 10,983
Joost Lagendijk Male   GreenLeft   G–EFA 1 September 1998 – 14 July 2009[92] 12,405
Esther de Lange Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 12 April 2007 – Present[11] 2,754
Kartika Liotard Female   Socialist Party   EUL–NGL 20 July 2004 – 1 July 2014[126] 32,187
Albert Jan Maat Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 20 July 1999 – 10 April 2007[110] 30,948
Jules Maaten Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ALDE 20 July 1999 – 14 July 2009
2 July 2019 – 2 July 2019[111]
412,688
Toine Manders Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ALDE 20 July 1999 – 1 July 2014[13] 32,819
Maria Martens Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 20 July 1999 – 14 July 2009[112] 50,493
Edith Mastenbroek Female   Labour Party   PES 20 July 2004 – 20 April 2008[127] 92,018
Erik Meijer Male   Socialist Party   EUL–NGL 20 July 1999 – 14 July 2009[113] 230,531
Jan Mulder Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ALDE 19 July 1994 – 14 July 2009
22 June 2010 – 1 July 2014[93]
43,376
Lambert van Nistelrooij Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 20 July 2004 – Present[128] 27,957
Ria Oomen-Ruijten Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 19 July 1994 – 1 July 2014[75] 29,719
Joop Post Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 1 March 2007 – 16 October 2007[129] 7,515
Sophie in 't Veld Female   Democrats 66   ALDE 20 July 2004 – Present[26] 161,104
Cornelis Visser Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 17 October 2007 – 14 July 2009[130] 3,832
Jan-Marinus Wiersma Male   Labour Party   PES 19 July 1994 – 14 July 2009[97] 27,067
Corien Wortmann-Kool Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP–ED 20 July 2004 – 1 July 2014[131] 9,776
Source:[57]

2009–14

Candidate lists

e • d Candidate lists for the European Parliament election in the Netherlands
← 2004 2009 2014 →
Lists
List English translation List name (Dutch)
1 list CDA - European People's Party CDA – Europese Volkspartij
2 list P.v.d.A./European Social Democrats P.v.d.A./Europese Sociaaldemocraten
3 list VVD - European Liberal-Democrats VVD – Europese Liberaal-Democraten
4 list GreenLeft Groenlinks
5 list SP (Socialist Party) SP (Socialistische Partij)
6 list Christian Union-SGP ChristenUnie–SGP
7 list Democrats 66 (D66) Democraten 66 (D66)
8 list Newropeans
9 list Europe Cheap! & Sustainable Europa Voordelig! & Duurzaam
10 list Solidara
11 list Party for the Animals Partij voor de Dieren
12 list European Whistleblower Party (EKP) Europese Klokkenluiders Partij (EKP)
13 list The Greens De Groenen
14 list PVV (Party for Freedom) PVV (Partij voor de Vrijheid)
15 list Liberal Democratic Party Liberaal Democratische Partij
16 list Party for European politics (PEP) Partij voor Europese Politiek (PEP)
17 list Libertas

Results

e • d Summary of the 4 June 2009 European Parliament election results in the Netherlands
← 2004 2009 2014 →
Lists Votes % Change Seats Change
List English translation List name (Dutch) EU Party EP Group
list CDA - European People's Party CDA – Europese Volkspartij EPP EPP 913,233 20.05 4.33 Decrease
5 / 25
2 Decrease
list PVV (Party for Freedom) PVV (Partij voor de Vrijheid) none NI 772,746 16.97 new
4 / 25
4(+1) [132]Increase
list P.v.d.A./European Social Democrats P.v.d.A./Europese Sociaaldemocraten PES S&D 548,691 12.05 11.60 Decrease
3 / 25
4 Decrease
list VVD - European Liberal-Democrats VVD – Europese Liberaal-Democraten ELDR ALDE 518,643 11.39 1.81 Decrease
3 / 25
1 Decrease
list Democrats 66 (D66) Democraten 66 (D66) ELDR ALDE 515,422 11.32 7.08 Increase
3 / 25
2 Increase
list GreenLeft GroenLinks EGP Greens-EFA 404,020 8.87 1.53 Increase
3 / 25
1 Increase
list SP (Socialist Party) SP (Socialistische Partij) none EUL/NGL 323,269 7.10 0.13 Increase
2 / 25
0 Steady
list Christian Union-SGP ChristenUnie–SGP ECPM / none ECR / EFD 310,540 6.82 0.91 Increase
2 / 25
0 Steady
list Party for the Animals Partij voor de Dieren none 157,735 3.46 0.32 Increase
0 / 25
0 Steady
list European Whistleblower Party (EKP) Europese Klokkenluiders Partij (EKP) none 21,448 0.47 new
0 / 25
0 Steady
list Newropeans Newropeans none 19,840 0.44 new
0 / 25
0 Steady
list Libertas Libertas Libertas.eu EFD 14,612 0.32 new
0 / 25
0 Steady
list Liberal Democratic Party Liberaal Democratische Partij none 10,757 0.24 new
0 / 25
0 Steady
list The Greens De Groenen EGP Greens-EFA 8,517 0.19 new
0 / 25
0 Steady
list Solidara none 7,533 0.17 new
0 / 25
0 Steady
list Europe Cheap! & Sustainable Europa Voordelig! & Duurzaam none 4,431 0.10 new
0 / 25
0 Steady
list Party for European politics (PEP) Partij voor Europese Politiek (PEP) none 2,427 0.05 new
0 / 25
0 Steady
Valid votes 4,553,864 99.56 0.20 Decrease
Blank votes 10,013 0.22
Invalid votes 9,866 0.22
Totals 4,573,743 100.00 25 2 Decrease
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 12,445,497 36.75 2.51 Decrease
Source: [133][134]


European groups

MEPs period 2009–14

Below is a list of members of the European Parliament for the period 2009–2014 as a result of this election.

e • d MEPs for the Netherlands elected to the 7th European Parliament session
← 2004–2009 2009–2014 2014–2019 →
Name Sex National party EP Group Period Preference vote
Hans van Baalen Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ALDE 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019[135] 367,796
Bas Belder Male   Reformed Political Party   EFD 20 July 1999 – 2 July 2019[99] 53,450
Thijs Berman Male   Labour Party   S&D 20 July 2004 – 1 July 2014[118] 372,060
Louis Bontes[136] Male   Party for Freedom   NI 14 July 2009 – 17 June 2010[137] 6,751
Emine Bozkurt Female   Labour Party   S&D 20 July 2004 – 1 July 2014[119] 66,385
Wim van de Camp Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019[138] 579,775
Marije Cornelissen Female   GreenLeft   G–EFA 14 July 2009 – 1 July 2014[139] 14,486
Peter van Dalen Male   Christian Union   ECR 14 July 2009 – Present[5] 209,947
Bas Eickhout Male   GreenLeft   G–EFA 14 July 2009 – Present[6] 13,782
Gerben-Jan Gerbrandy Male   Democrats 66   ALDE 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019[140] 18,107
Lucas Hartong Male   Party for Freedom   NI 22 June 2010 – 1 July 2014[141] 2,571
Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert[142] Female   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ALDE 20 July 2004 – 17 June 2010[124] 52,184
Dennis de Jong Male   Socialist Party   EUL–NGL 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019[143] 194,359
Patricia van der Kammen Female   Party for Freedom   NI 27 September 2012 – 1 July 2014[144] 12,409
Esther de Lange Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 12 April 2007 – Present[11] 43,406
Kartika Liotard [145] Female   Socialist Party (2009–2010) /   Independent   EUL–NGL 20 July 2004 – 1 July 2014[126] 32,426
Barry Madlener[146] Male   Party for Freedom   NI 14 July 2009 – 20 September 2012[147] 372,060
Toine Manders[148] Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (2009–2013) /   Independent   ALDE 20 July 1999 – 1 July 2014
2 July 2019 – Present[13]
34,973
Judith Merkies Female   Labour Party   S&D 14 July 2009 – 1 July 2014[149] 18,553
Jan Mulder Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ALDE 19 July 1994 – 14 July 2009
22 June 2010 – 1 July 2014[93]
12,884
Lambert van Nistelrooij Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 20 July 2004 – 2 July 2019[128] 41,846
Ria Oomen-Ruijten Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 25 July 1989 – 1 July 2014[75] 70,388
Judith Sargentini Female   GreenLeft   G–EFA 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019[150] 321,744
Marietje Schaake Female   Democrats 66   ALDE 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019[151] 18,662
Laurence Stassen[152][153] Female   Party for Freedom (2009–2014) /   Independent   NI 14 July 2009 – 1 July 2014[154] 17,880
Daniël van der Stoep[155] Male   Party for Freedom (2009–2011) /   Independent   NI 14 July 2009 – 1 September 2011
15 December 2011 – 1 July 2014[156]
5,650
Sophie in 't Veld Female   Democrats 66   ALDE 20 July 2004 – Present[157] 433,957
Corien Wortmann-Kool Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 20 July 2004 – 1 July 2014[131] 48,270
Auke Zijlstra Male   Party for Freedom   NI 13 September 2011 – 1 July 2014
7 September 2015 – 2 July 2019[158]
3,617
Source:[57]

2014–19

Candidate lists

e • d Candidate lists for the European Parliament election in the Netherlands
← 2009 2014 2019 →
Lists
List English translation List name (Dutch)
1 list CDA - European People's Party CDA — Europese Volkspartij
2 list PVV (Party for Freedom) PVV (Partij voor de Vrijheid)
3 list P.v.d.A./European Social Democrats P.v.d.A./Europese Sociaaldemocraten
4 list VVD
5 list Democrats 66 (D66) - ALDE Democraten 66 (D66) - ALDE
6 list GreenLeft GroenLinks
7 list SP (Socialist Party) SP (Socialistische Partij)
8 list Christian Union-SGP ChristenUnie–SGP
9 list Article 50 Artikel 50
10 list IQ, the Rights-Obligations-Party IQ, de Rechten-Plichten-Partij
11 list Pirate Party Piratenpartij
12 list 50PLUS
13 list The Greens De Groenen
14 list Anti EU(ro) Party Anti EU(ro) Partij
15 list Liberal Democratic Party Liberaal Democratische Partij
16 list Jesus Lives Jezus Leeft
17 list ichooseforhonest.eu ikkiesvooreerlijk.eu
18 list Party for the Animals Partij voor de Dieren
19 list Focus and Simplicity Aandacht en Eenvoud

Results

The Christian Democratic Appeal won the most seats and was seen as the winner of the 2014 elections, but was overtaken by Democrats 66 in terms of numbers of votes. The Christian Democratic Appeal won an extra seat thanks to their electoral alliance with Christian Union-SGP. The eurosceptic PVV (Party for Freedom) was the biggest loser, although it only lost 1 seat. In contrast to other European countries, the eurosceptic movement did worse than in previous elections.

e • d Summary of the 22 May 2014 European Parliament election results in the Netherlands
← 2009 2014 2019 →
Lists Votes % Change Seats Change
List English translation List name (Dutch) EU Party EP Group
list Democrats 66 (D66) - ALDE Democraten 66 (D66) - ALDE ALDE ALDE 735,825 15.48 4.16 Increase
4 / 26
1 Increase
list CDA - European People's Party CDA - Europese Volkspartij EPP EPP 721,766 15.18 4.87 Decrease
5 / 26
0 Steady
list PVV (Party for Freedom) PVV (Partij voor de Vrijheid) none ENF 633,114 13.32 3.65 Decrease
4 / 26
1 Decrease
list VVD VVD ALDE ALDE 571,176 12.02 0.63 Increase
3 / 26
0 Steady
list SP (Socialist Party) SP (Socialistische Partij) none EUL/NGL 458,079 9.64 2.54 Increase
2 / 26
0 Steady
list P.v.d.A./European Social Democrats P.v.d.A./Europese Sociaaldemocraten PES S&D 446,763 9.40 2.65 Decrease
3 / 26
0 Steady
list Christian Union-SGP ChristenUnie–SGP ECPM ECR 364,843 7.67 0.85 Increase
2 / 26
0 Steady
list GREENLEFT GROENLINKS EGP Greens-EFA 331,594 6.98 1.89 Decrease
2 / 26
1 Decrease
list Party for the Animals Partij voor de Dieren none EUL/NGL 200,254 4.21 0.75 Increase
1 / 26
1 Increase
list 50PLUS 50PLUS none ALDE 175,343 3.69 new
0 / 26
0 Steady
list Pirate Party Piratenpartij PPEU Greens-EFA 40,216 0.85 new
0 / 26
0 Steady
list Article 50 Artikel 50 none 24,069 0.51 new
0 / 26
0 Steady
list Anti EU(ro) Party Anti EU(ro) Partij none 12,290 0.26 new
0 / 26
0 Steady
list The Greens De Groenen EGP Greens-EFA 10,883 0.23 0.04 Increase
0 / 26
0 Steady
list JESUS LIVES JEZUS LEEFT none 9,507 0.20 new
0 / 26
0 Steady
list ichooseforhonest.eu ikkiesvooreerlijk.eu none 6,796 0.14 new
0 / 26
0 Steady
list Liberal Democratic Party Liberaal Democratische Partij none 6,349 0.13 0.11 Decrease
0 / 26
0 Steady
list Focus and Simplicity Aandacht en Eenvoud none 3,174 0.07 new
0 / 26
0 Steady
list IQ, the Rights-Obligations-Party IQ, de Rechten-Plichten-Partij none 1,705 0.04 new
0 / 26
0 Steady
Valid votes 4,753,746 99.40 0.16 Decrease
Blank votes 16,786 0.35 0.13 Increase
Invalid votes 11,719 0.25 0.03 Increase
Totals 4,782,251 100.00 26 0 Steady
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 12,815,496 37.32 0.57 Increase
Source: [159][160]


European groups

Summary:

EPP S&D ECR ALDE GUE/NGL G-EFA EFDD ENF Netherlands
Total
5 (CDA) 3 (PvdA) 2 (CU-SGP) 4 (D66)
3 (VVD)
2 (SP)
1 (PvdD)
2 (GL) 4 (PVV) 26


MEPs period 2014–19

Below is a list of members of the European Parliament for the period 2014–2019 as a result of this election.


e • d MEPs for the Netherlands elected to the 8th European Parliament session
← 2009–2014 2014–2019 2019–2024 →
Name Sex National party EP Group Period Preference vote
Hans van Baalen Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ALDE 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019[135] 358,029
Bas Belder Male   Reformed Political Party   ECR 20 July 1999 – 2 July 2019[99] 53,995
Wim van de Camp Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019[138] 37,715
Peter van Dalen Male   Christian Union   ECR 14 July 2009 – Present[5] 253,620
Bas Eickhout Male   GreenLeft   G–EFA 14 July 2009 – Present[6] 184,154
André Elissen Male   Party for Freedom   ENF 13 June 2017 – 2 July 2019[161] 1,976
Gerben-Jan Gerbrandy Male   Democrats 66   ALDE 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019[140] 31,326
Marcel de Graaff Male   Party for Freedom   NI /   ENF 1 July 2014 – 2 July 2019[162] 276,680
Anja Hazekamp Female   Party for the Animals   EUL–NGL 1 July 2014 – Present[8] 131,093
Jan Huitema Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ALDE 1 July 2014 – 2 July 2019[9] 26,031
Hans Jansen Male   Party for Freedom   NI /   ENF 1 July 2014 – 5 May 2015[163] 16,568
Dennis de Jong Male   Socialist Party   EUL–NGL 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019[143] 300,782
Agnes Jongerius Female   Labour Party   S&D 1 July 2014 – Present[10] 170,119
Esther de Lange Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 12 April 2007 – Present[11] 415,011
Jeroen Lenaers Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 1 July 2014 – Present[12] 36,428
Vicky Maeijer Female   Party for Freedom   NI /   ENF 1 July 2014 – 15 March 2017[164] 26,491
Matthijs van Miltenburg Male   Democrats 66   ALDE 1 July 2014 – 2 July 2019[165] 16,698
Anne-Marie Mineur Female   Socialist Party   EUL–NGL 1 July 2014 – 2 July 2019[166] 52,187
Caroline Nagtegaal-van Doorn Female   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ALDE 14 November 2017 – Present[14] 19,370
Cora van Nieuwenhuizen Female   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   ALDE 1 July 2014 – 25 October 2017[167] 86,237
Lambert van Nistelrooij Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 20 July 2004 – 2 July 2019[128] 32,970
Kati Piri Female   Labour Party   S&D 1 July 2014 – Present[15] 10,351
Judith Sargentini Female   GreenLeft   G–EFA 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019[150] 91,745
Marietje Schaake Female   Democrats 66   ALDE 14 July 2009 – 2 July 2019[151] 41,236
Annie Schreijer-Pierik Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 1 July 2014 – Present[20] 113,123
Olaf Stuger Male   Party for Freedom   NI /   ENF 1 July 2014 – 2 July 2019[168] 4,021
Paul Tang Male   Labour Party   S&D 1 July 2014 – Present[24] 183,296
Sophie in 't Veld Female   Democrats 66   ALDE 20 July 2004 – Present[26] 568,185
Auke Zijlstra Male   Party for Freedom   NI /   ENF 13 September 2011 – 1 July 2014
7 September 2015 – 2 July 2019[158]
4,509
Source:[57]

2019–24

Candidate lists

e • d Candidate lists for the European Parliament election in the Netherlands
← 2014 2019 2024 →
Lists
List English translation List name (Dutch)
1 list Democrats 66 (D66) Democraten 66 (D66)
2 list CDA - European People's Party CDA - Europese Volkspartij
3 list PVV (Party for Freedom) PVV (Partij voor de Vrijheid)
4 list VVD VVD
5 list SP (Socialist Party) SP (Socialistische Partij)
6 list P.v.d.A./European Social Democrats P.v.d.A./Europese Sociaaldemocraten
7 list Christian Union-SGP ChristenUnie–SGP
8 list GreenLeft GROENLINKS
9 list Party for the Animals Partij voor de Dieren
10 list 50PLUS 50PLUS
11 list Jesus Lives JEZUS LEEFT
12 list Denk DENK
13 list The Greens De Groenen
14 list Forum for Democracy Forum voor Democratie
15 list Of the Region & Pirate Party vandeRegio & Piratenpartij
16 list Volt Netherlands Volt Nederland
Source: [169]

Results

e • d Summary of the 23 May 2019 European Parliament election results in the Netherlands
← 2014 2019 2024 →
Lists Votes % Change Seats Change Seats
(after Brexit)
Change
(after Brexit)
List English translation List name (Dutch) EU Party EP Group
list P.v.d.A./European Social Democrats P.v.d.A./Europese Sociaaldemocraten PES S&D 1,045,274 19.01 9.61 Increase
6 / 26
3 Increase
6 / 29
0 Steady
list VVD VVD ALDE RE 805,100 14.64 2.62 Increase
4 / 26
1 Increase
5 / 29
1 Increase
list CDA - European People's Party CDA - Europese Volkspartij EPP EPP 669,555 12.18 3.00 Decrease
4 / 26
1 Decrease
4 / 29
0 Steady
list Forum for Democracy Forum voor Democratie none ECR 602,507 10.96 New
3 / 26
3 Increase
4 / 29
1 Increase
list GreenLeft GroenLinks EGP Greens-EFA 599,283 10.90 3.92 Increase
3 / 26
1 Increase
3 / 29
0 Steady
list Democrats 66 (D66) - ALDE Democraten 66 (D66) - ALDE ALDE RE 389,692 7.09 8.39 Decrease
2 / 26
2 Decrease
2 / 29
0 Steady
list Christian Union-SGP ChristenUnie–SGP ECPM EPP / ECR 375,660 6.83 0.84 Decrease
2 / 26
0 Steady
2 / 29
0 Steady
list Party for the Animals Partij voor de Dieren APEU EUL/NGL 220,938 4.02 0.19 Decrease
1 / 26
0 Steady
1 / 29
0 Steady
list 50PLUS 50PLUS none EPP 215,199 3.91 0.22 Increase
1 / 26
1 Increase
1 / 29
0 Steady
list PVV (Party for Freedom) PVV (Partij voor de Vrijheid) none ID 194,178 3.53 9.79 Decrease
0 / 26
4 Decrease
1 / 29
1 Increase
list SP (Socialist Party) SP (Socialistische Partij) none EUL/NGL 185,224 3.37 6.27 Decrease
0 / 26
2 Decrease
0 / 29
0 Steady
list Volt Netherlands Volt Nederland 106,004 1.93 New
0 / 26
0 Steady
0 / 29
0 Steady
list Think Denk 60,669 1.10 New
0 / 26
0 Steady
0 / 29
0 Steady
list Of the Region & Pirate Party vandeRegio & Piratenpartij 10,692 0.19 0.66 Decrease
0 / 26
0 Steady
0 / 29
0 Steady
list The Greens De Groenen 9,546 0.17 0.06 Decrease
0 / 26
0 Steady
0 / 29
0 Steady
list Jesus Lives Jezus Leeft 8,292 0.15 0.05 Decrease
0 / 26
0 Steady
0 / 29
0 Steady
Valid votes 5,497,813 99,60 0,20 Increase
Blank votes 10,267 0.19 0.16 Decrease
Invalid votes 11,696 0.21 0.04 Decrease
Totals 5,519,776 100.00 26 0 Steady 29 3 Increase
Electorate (eligible voters) and voter turnout 13,164,688 41.93 4.61 Increase
Source: [170][171][1]


European groups

e • d Summary of the 23 May 2019 European Parliament elections in the Netherlands
← 2014 2019 2024 →
European group Seats 2014 Seats 2019 Change Seats
(after Brexit)
Change
(after Brexit
Renew Europe RE 7 6 1 Decrease 7 1 Increase
Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats S&D 3 6 3 Increase 6 0 Steady
European People's Party EPP 5 6 1 Increase 6 0 Steady
European Conservatives and Reformists ECR 2 4 2 Increase 5 1 Increase
The Greens–European Free Alliance Greens-EFA 2 3 1 Increase 3 0 Steady
European United Left–Nordic Green Left EUL-NGL 3 1 2 Decrease 1 0 Steady
Identity and Democracy ID 4 0 4 Decrease 1 1 Increase
26 26 0 Steady 29 3 Increase

MEPs period 2019–24

e • d MEPs for the Netherlands elected to the 9th European Parliament session
← 2014–2019 2019–2024 2024–2029 →
Name Sex National party Group Period Preference vote[1]
Malik Azmani Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   RE 2 July 2019 – Present[2] 365,155
Tom Berendsen Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 2 July 2019 – Present[3] 28,579
Mohammed Chahim Male   Labour Party   S&D 2 July 2019 – Present[4] 2,825
Peter van Dalen Male   Christian Union   EPP 14 July 2009 – Present[5] 240,459
Bas Eickhout Male   GroenLinks   G–EFA 14 July 2009 – Present[6] 263,034
Derk Jan Eppink Male   Forum for Democracy   ECR 14 July 2009 – 1 July 2014
2 July 2019 – Present[7]
339,988
Anja Hazekamp Female   Party for the Animals   EUL–NGL 1 July 2014 – Present[8] 136,224
Jan Huitema Male   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   RE 1 July 2014 – Present[9] 115,738
Agnes Jongerius Female   Labour Party   S&D 1 July 2014 – Present[10] 109,987
Esther de Lange Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 1 April 2007 – Present[11] 402,975
Jeroen Lenaers Male   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 1 July 2014 – Present[12] 50,121
Toine Manders Male   50PLUS   EPP 20 July 1999 – 1 July 2014
2 July 2019 – Present[13]
127,228
Caroline Nagtegaal-van Doorn Female   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   RE 14 November 2017 – Present[14] 163,279
Kati Piri Female   Labour Party   S&D 1 July 2014 – Present[15] 29,475
Samira Rafaela Female   Democrats 66   RE 2 July 2019 – Present[16] 32,510
Rob Roos Male   Forum for Democracy   ECR 2 July 2019 – Present[17] 41,323
Rob Rooken Male   Forum for Democracy   ECR 2 July 2019 – Present[18] 10,143
Bert-Jan Ruissen Male   Reformed Political Party   ECR 2 July 2019 – Present[19] 44,416
Annie Schreijer-Pierik Female   Christian Democratic Appeal   EPP 1 July 2014 – Present[20] 113,914
Liesje Schreinemacher Female   People's Party for Freedom and Democracy   RE 2 July 2019 – Present[21] 37,519
Kim van Sparrentak Female   GroenLinks   G–EFA 2 July 2019 – Present[22] 32,505
Tineke Strik Female   GroenLinks   G–EFA 2 July 2019 – Present[23] 149,628
Paul Tang Male   Labour Party   S&D 1 July 2014 – Present[24] 8,497
Vera Tax Female   Labour Party   S&D 2 July 2019 – Present[25] 12,760
Sophie in 't Veld Female   Democrats 66   RE 20 July 2004 – Present[26] 248,383
Lara Wolters Female   Labour Party   S&D 9 July 2019 – Present[27] 4,888

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