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Daniël van der Stoep

Daniël van der Stoep
Member of the European Parliament
Constituency Netherlands
Assumed office
1 December 2011
In office
14 July 2009 – 17 August 2011
Personal details
Born (1980-09-12) 12 September 1980 (age 33)
Delft, Netherlands
Nationality Dutch
Political party artikel50
Other political
Christian Democratic Appeal (until 2006)
Party for Freedom (2006–2011)

Daniël Teunis van der Stoep (born 12 September 1980, Delft) is a Dutch politician. He was elected to the European Parliament for the Party for Freedom at the 2009 election. He resigned as an MEP on 17 August 2011, having caused a car crash when drunken driving, and was replaced by Auke Zijlstra. He was returned to the European Parliament on 14 December 2011, after the Treaty of Lisbon expanded the Parliament by eighteen MEPs. It was initially disputed Patricia van der Kammen should be elected.[1] However, the PVV did not allow him to rejoin their delegation, and now sits as an independent.[2]


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