New Caledonia's Maurice Ponga has been re-elected as the French Pacific's member of the European parliament.
Mr Ponga of the centre-right UMP Party is one of three French overseas politicians to be elected for a five-year term.
The vote elicited little interest, with the abstention rate across the overseas territories rising to a record 83 percent.
In Wallis and Futuna, however, almost half the voters cast their ballots, with Mr Ponga winning most votes.
Ten of the 19 candidates failed to win a single vote in Wallis and Futuna.