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European Parliament election - seats won by party. Year of election 1995 - 2019

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On December 1 2009 the Lisbon Treaty entered into force. According to the Lisbon Treaty, Sweden will have 20 seats in the European Parliament, i.e. two additional seats. These two seats will be filled by the Pirate Party and the Social Democratic Party. The statistics presented here refers to the 18 seats filled after the election in 2009.