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You are here : Home > Elections 2014 > Chamber > Preference votes > Constituency of Limburg > District of Bilzen
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    District of Bilzen
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 2014/06/06 14:08:58
Counting status:
  1 DE WITTE Kim 124            
  2 HEIJENS Michelle 48            
  3 ZIDAN El Bachir 62            
  4 BIANCHI Sergio 29            
  5 ONKELINX Michael 32            
  6 VANLOKEREN Marleen 36            
  7 KRAEWINKELS Eva 32            
  8 ALMOUZANI Saida 32            
  9 CRAHAY Sabine 27            
  10 SAEYS Pippo 28            
  11 DE SMEDT-DEWITTE Gina 36            
  12 NIMMEGEERS Stany 38            
  1 HENNEMAN Johnny 27            
  2 DRIESSEN Leen 29            
  3 AGBABA Murat 26            
  4 ROOSEN Marie-Rose 18            
  5 MORO Lia 20            
  6 JONKERS Brecht 20            
  7 MARTENS Marc 22            

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