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

 

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

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

List

Name National party EP Group
János Áder [1]      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP
Zoltán Balczó [2]      Jobbik–The Movement for a Better Hungary      NI
Lajos Bokros      Democratic Forum      ECR
Tamás Deutsch      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP
Kinga Gál      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP
Béla Glattfelder      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP
Kinga Göncz      Socialist Party      S&D
Zita Gurmai      Socialist Party      S&D
Enikő Győri [3]      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP
András Gyürk      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP
Ágnes Hankiss      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP
Edit Herczog      Socialist Party      S&D
Lívia Járóka      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP
Ádám Kósa      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP
Krisztina Morvai      Jobbik–The Movement for a Better Hungary      NI
Csaba Őry      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP
Pál Schmitt [4]      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP
György Schöpflin      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP
László Surján      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP
József Szájer      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP
Csanád Szegedi      Jobbik–The Movement for a Better Hungary      NI
Csaba Tabajdi      Socialist Party      S&D

Party representation

National party EP Group Seats ±
     Fidesz–Civic Union      EPP
14 / 22
Increase 2
     Socialist Party      S&D
4 / 22
Decrease 5
     Jobbik–The Movement for a Better Hungary      NI
3 / 22
Increase 3
     Democratic Forum      EPP
1 / 22
Steady

Notes

  1. ^ Resigned in 2012, became the President of Hungary. Replaced by Erik Bánki in June 2012. Erik Bánki was replaced by Balázs Hidvéghi in May 2014.
  2. ^ Resigned in 2010, became one of the deputy speakers of the Hungarian Parliament. Replaced by Béla Kovács in May 2010.
  3. ^ Resigned in 2010, became the state secretary for European Affairs in Orbán II. Replaced by Zoltán Bagó in September 2010.
  4. ^ Resigned in 2010, became the President of Hungary. Replaced by Ildikó Pelczné Gáll in June 2010.
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