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List of members of the European Parliament for Greece, 2009–14

 

List of members of the European Parliament for Greece, 2009–14

This is a list of the 22 members of the European Parliament for the Greece in the 2009 to 2014 session.

List

Name National party EP Group
Arsenis, KritonKriton Arsenis Independent      S&D
Chountís, NikólaosNikólaos Chountís      Coalition of the Radical Left      EUL–NGL
Giannakou, MariettaMarietta Giannakou      New Democracy      EPP
Koppa, MarilenaMarilena Koppa      Socialist Movement      S&D
Koumoutsakos, GiorgosGiorgos Koumoutsakos      New Democracy      EPP
Kratsa-Tsagaropoulou, RodiRodi Kratsa-Tsagaropoulou      New Democracy      EPP
Lambrinidis, StavrosStavros Lambrinidis[1]      Socialist Movement      S&D
Pafilis, ThanasisThanasis Pafilis[2]      Communist Party      EUL–NGL
Paliadeli, ChrysoulaChrysoula Paliadeli      Socialist Movement      S&D
Papakonstantinou, Giorgos[3]      Socialist Movement      S&D
Papanikolaou, GiorgosGiorgos Papanikolaou      New Democracy      EPP
Papastamkos, GeorgiosGeorgios Papastamkos      New Democracy      EPP
Podimata, AnniAnni Podimata      Socialist Movement      S&D
Poupakis, KostasKostas Poupakis      New Democracy      EPP
Rapti, SylvanaSylvana Rapti      Socialist Movement      S&D
Plevris, ThanosThanos Plevris[4]      Popular Orthodox Rally      EFD
Skylakakis, TheodorosTheodoros Skylakakis      New Democracy (2009–2010)
     Democratic Alliance(2010–2012)
     Drasi
     EPP (2009–2010)
     ALDE
Stavrakakis, GiorgosGiorgos Stavrakakis      Socialist Movement      S&D
Toussas, GiorgosGiorgos Toussas      Communist Party      EUL–NGL
Tremopoulos, MichalisMichalis Tremopoulos[5]      Ecologist Greens      G–EFA
Tsoukalas, IoannisIoannis Tsoukalas      New Democracy      EPP
Tzavela, NikiNiki Tzavela      Popular Orthodox Rally      EFD

Notes

  1. ^ Resigned in 2011, became the Papandreou III. Replaced by Dimitrios Droutsas on 22 June 2011.
  2. ^ Resigned in 2009, became a member of the Greek Parliament after the 2009 election. Replaced by Charalampos Angourakis on 14 October 2009.
  3. ^ Resigned in 2009, became the Papandreou I. Replaced by Spyros Danellis on 8 October 2009.
  4. ^ Resigned in 2009, became a member of the Greek Parliament after the 2009 election. Replaced by Nikolaos Salavrakos on 14 October 2009.
  5. ^ Resigned in 2012. Replaced by Nikos Chrysogelos on 2 February 2012.

External links

  • European parliament website
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