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List of members of the European Parliament for Austria, 2004–09

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List of members of the European Parliament for Austria, 2004–09

This is the list of the 18 members of the European Parliament for Austria in the 2004 to 2009 session.


Name National Party EP Group
Maria Berger      Social Democratic Party      PES
Herbert Bösch      Social Democratic Party      PES
Harald Ettl      Social Democratic Party      PES
Othmar Karas      People's Party      EPP–ED
Jörg Leichtfried      Social Democratic Party      PES
Eva Lichtenberger      The Greens–The Green Alternative      G–EFA
Hans-Peter Martin      Hans-Peter Martin's List      NI
Andreas Mölzer      Freedom Party      NI
Christa Prets      Social Democratic Party      PES
Reinhard Rack      People's Party      EPP–ED
Karin Resetarits      Hans-Peter Martin's List      NI (2004–2005)
Paul Rübig      People's Party      EPP–ED
Karin Scheele      Social Democratic Party      PES
Agnes Schierhuber      People's Party      EPP–ED
Richard Seeber      People's Party      EPP–ED
Ursula Stenzel      People's Party      EPP–ED
Hannes Swoboda      Social Democratic Party      PES
Johannes Voggenhuber      The Greens–The Green Alternative      G–EFA



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