15/06/2009 - ResultsThe Christian Social Party (PCS/CVS) of Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker won the general elections that took place in Luxembourg on 7th June last, on the same day as the European election. He won 38.04% of the vote and 26 seats (+ 2 in comparison with the previous election on 13th June 2004). He came out ahead of his outgoing coalition partner, the Socialist Workers' Party (POSL/LSAP), that won 21.56% of the vote and 13 seats (- 1). The POSL lost one seat to Dei Lenk-the Left (G) in the South constituency, the industrial basin where it was the dominant political force for a long time. The two government parties improved their positions on the occasion of these elections. The Prime Minister who has been in office since 1995 can also be pleased at being the candidate to have won the greatest number of individual votes. The Democratic Party (PD/DP) won 14.98% of the votes and 9 seats (-1). The fact that it made its managing team younger was not enough to convince the voters that it had changed. Dei Geng-the Greens (G) remained stable and won 11.71% of the vote and 7 seats. Action for Democracy and Justice for Pensions (ADR) recorded a decrease: 8.13% of the vote and four seats (- 1), a figure which deprives it of a parliamentary group. Its leader Roby Mehlen, an MP for 20 years, was not re-elected. Dei Lenk-the Left (L) won 3.29% of the vote and one seat (André Hoffmann in the South constituency). Finally the Communist Party (KPL/PCL) won 1.47% and the Citizens List (B), 0.81%.