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

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

This is a list of the 17 members of the European Parliament for Austria in the 2009 to 2014 session. One person from Alliance for the Future and one from Social Democratic Party entered the Parliament in December 2011, bringing the number of MEPs to 19.

Lists

Name National party EP Group
Martin Ehrenhauser      Hans-Peter Martin's List      NI
Karin Kadenbach      Social Democratic Party      S&D
Othmar Karas      People's Party      EPP
Elisabeth Köstinger      People's Party      EPP
Jörg Leichtfried      Social Democratic Party      S&D
Eva Lichtenberger      The Greens–The Green Alternative      G–EFA
Ulrike Lunacek      The Greens–The Green Alternative      G–EFA
Hans-Peter Martin      Hans-Peter Martin's List      NI
Andreas Mölzer      Freedom Party      NI
Franz Obermayr      Freedom Party      NI
Hella Ranner [1]      People's Party      EPP
Evelyn Regner      Social Democratic Party      S&D
Paul Rübig      People's Party      EPP
Richard Seeber      People's Party      EPP
Ewald Stadler [2]      Alliance for the Future      NI
Ernst Strasser [3]      People's Party      EPP
Hannes Swoboda      Social Democratic Party      S&D
Angelika Werthmann      Hans-Peter Martin's List      NI
Josef Weidenholzer [4]      Social Democratic Party      S&D

Footnotes

  1. ^ Resigned in 2011 following media allegations of her intention to repay a business debt with parliamentary fees. Replaced by Heinz Becker on 1 April 2011.
  2. ^ MEP since the Lisbon Treaty.
  3. ^ Resigned in 2011 because of the 2011 cash for laws scandal. Replaced by Hubert Pirker on 31 March 2011.
  4. ^ MEP since the Lisbon Treaty.

External links

  • European Parliament in Austria website with results, accessed 21 June 2009
  • Article about the two new MEP's ,accessed 13 December 2010 -Wiener Zeitung
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