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You are here : Home > Elections 2014 > Chamber > Preference votes > Constituency of Limburg > District of Neerpelt
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    District of Neerpelt
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 2014/06/06 14:08:56
Counting status:
  1 VANVELTHOVEN Peter 6.221            
  2 KITIR Meryame 908            
  3 KOÇ Ahmet 799            
  4 GIEBENS Myriam 555            
  5 VERWIMP Fons 475            
  6 MOERS Filip 433            
  7 LEGEIN Guy 402            
  8 GARCIA-FEIJOO Sole 396            
  9 WILLEMS Lieve 541            
  10 DE WAELE Sofie 531            
  11 SMETS Brigitte 503            
  12 SWENNEN Guy 616            
  1 YZERMANS Alain 457            
  2 CARLIER Birgitt 345            
  3 KAUR Pritty 280            
  4 BRUNO Angelo 338            
  5 VRANCKEN Johnny 297            
  6 DENEUKER Danny 300            
  7 CLAES Hilde 639            

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