Luxembourg's Prime Minister, Luc Frieden, casting his vote on Sunday 9 June 2024; Credit: Ali Sahib

Following the European elections in Luxembourg on Sunday 9 June 2024, the Christian Social People’s Party (CSV) has won two seats in the European Parliament while the Luxembourg Socialist Workers’ Party (LSAP), the Greens (déi Gréng), the Democratic Party (DP) and the Alternative Democratic Reform Party (ADR) have one each. 

Luxembourg is a European Parliament constituency representing the entire country of Luxembourg. 78 candidates across thirteen lists were running in the European elections on Sunday, a record number of political parties for Luxembourg. The Grand Duchy’s 754 polling stations transmitted their results by 23:00 on Sunday night, confirming the country's newly-elected six Members of the European Parliament (MEPs).

The CSV (22.9% of votes) retained two seats, while the DP (18.3%) lost a seat. LSAP (21.7%) came close to winning a second seat, while the ADR (11.8%) gained one seat for the first time, following a far-right trend in Europe; the Greens (11.8%) barely retained their seat with a low percentage of votes. Nevertheless, the Greens will still be represented in the European Parliament despite previous major losses in the local elections.

Isabel Wiseler-Lima of the CSV (EPP; fourth national position with 58,307 votes), who replaced Christophe Hansen as European Parliament quaestor in October 2023, and Christophe Hansen himself, on the second national position, having received 79,804 votes, are set to return. Charles Goerens of DP (Renew Europe Group) was on the first national position with 86,132 votes and Marc Angel of LSAP (Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats), who also currently serves as Vice-President of the European Parliament, emerging third on the national candidate ranking with 69,648 votes, are both set to return as well. Tilly Metz of the Greens (Group of the Greens/European Free Alliance) retained her seat, finishing on the tenth national position with 43,828 votes, while Fernand Kartheiser (ADR), a member of Luxembourg's Chamber of Deputies (Luxembourg’s Parliament) received 37,684 votes (fifteenth national position) and will represent his party in Brussels for the first time.

Regarding the allocation of seats, it is not simply the top six people who have polled the most votes who are elected. A calculation is made based on the number of votes each list/party has received, divided by the number of seats plus one (for full details, see "Allocation of Seats" at

There were 262,829 votes cast, of which 238,771 were valid for this European election.

These results represent a slight shift for Luxembourg towards the centre-right.