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French regional elections, 2004 (The Victory)

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Regional elections to elect regional assemblies and regional presidents were held in all 29 French regions in 2004. The next election is scheduled in 2008.

PDF-MP: 12 regions PSDF: 13 regions CDF: 1 region Others: 4 regions

Region Capital Leading Party
Algérie Alger Parti National Démocratique Algérien
Alsace Strasbourg PDF
Aquitaine Bordeaux PSDF
Auvergne Clermont-Ferrand CDF
Basse-Normandie Caen PDF
Bourgogne Dijon PDF-MP
Bretagne Rennes PDF-PNB
Centre Orléans PSDF
Champagne-Ardenne Châlons-en-Champagne PDF-MP
Flandre Antwerp Christen-Democratisch en Vlaams-MP
Franche-Comté Besançon PDF
Guadeloupe Basse-Terre Union pour la Guadeloupe
Guyane Cayenne PSDF
Haute-Normandie Rouen PSDF
Île-de-France Paris PSDF
Languedoc-Roussillon Montepellier PSDF
Limousin Limoges PSDF
Lorraine Metz PDF
Martinique Fort-de-France Parti Démocratique National de Martinique
Midi-Pyrénées Toulouse PSDF
Nord et Pas de Calais Lille PDF
Pays de la Loire Nantes PDF
Picardie Amiens PDF-MP
Poitou-Charentes Poitiers PSDF
Provence Marseille PSDF
Réunion Saint-Denis PSD-Réunion
Rhin-Palatinat Cologne Sozialdemokratische Partei (PSDF)
Savoy et Rhône Lyon PDF-MP
Wallonie Bruxelles PD-Wallonie (PDF-MP)

  • PDF: Parti Démocratique Français
  • MP: Mouvement Populaire (contest joint-slate with PDF)
  • PSDF: Parti Social-Démocratique Français
  • CDF: Centre Démocratique Français
  • PNB: Parti National Breton

Refer to the list of French political parties here for more ample party information

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