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Elections to the Parliament of the Autonomous Community of the Basque Country, Spain, were held on April 17, 2005.

The electoral coalition EA-PNV won 29 seats, the Socialists came second with 18 seats, the PP came in third with 15 seats. The controversial Communist Party of the Basque Homelands won 9 seats.[1]

Party Party List votes Vote percentage (change) Total Seats (change)
Basque Nationalist Party/Eusko Alkartasuna (EAJ-PNV/EA) 463,873 38.60% –4.1% 29 –4
Socialist Party of the Basque Country (PSE-EE) 272,429 22.67% +4.7% 18 +5
People's Party (PP) 208,795 17.38% –5.8% 15 –4
Communist Party of the Basque Homelands (EHAK) 150,188 12.50% +12.5% 9 +9
Basque United Left – The Greens (EB-IU) 64,931 5.40% –0.1% 3 ±0
Aralar Party (ARALAR) 28,001 2.33% +2.3% 1 +1
All Others 13,406 1.11%   0  
Totals 1,051,435 100.00%   75

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