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List of members of the European Parliament for Austria, 2014–19

This is a list of the 18 members of the European Parliament for Austria in the 2014 to 2019 session.

List

Name National party EP Group
Becker, HeinzHeinz Becker      People's Party (ÖVP)      EPP
Freund, EugenEugen Freund      Social Democratic Party (SPÖ)      S&D
Graswander-Hainz, KarolineKaroline Graswander-Hainz      Social Democratic Party (SPÖ)      S&D
Kadenbach, KarinKarin Kadenbach      Social Democratic Party (SPÖ)      S&D
KappelBarbara Kappel      Freedom Party (FPÖ)      NI (until 14 June 2015)
     EFD (from 15 June 2015)
Karas, OthmarOthmar Karas      People's Party (ÖVP)      EPP
KostingerElisabeth Köstinger      People's Party (ÖVP)      EPP
Lunacek, UlrikeUlrike Lunacek      The Greens – The Green Alternative (Grünen)      G–EFA
MayerGeorg Mayer      Freedom Party (FPÖ)      NI (until 14 June 2015)
     EFD (from 15 June 2015)
Mlinar, AngelikaAngelika Mlinar      NEOS – The New Austria      ALDE
Obermayr, FranzFranz Obermayr      Freedom Party (FPÖ)      NI (until 14 June 2015)
     EFD (from 15 June 2015)
Regner, EvelynEvelyn Regner      Social Democratic Party (SPÖ)      S&D
Reimon, MichelMichel Reimon      The Greens–The Green Alternative (Grünen)      G–EFA
RubigPaul Rübig      People's Party (ÖVP)      EPP
SchmidtClaudia Schmidt      People's Party (ÖVP)      EPP
Vana, MonikaMonika Vana      The Greens – The Green Alternative (Grünen)      G–EFA
VilimskyHarald Vilimsky      Freedom Party (FPÖ)      NI (until 14 June 2015)
     EFD (from 15 June 2015)
Weidenholzer, JosefJosef Weidenholzer      Social Democratic Party (SPÖ)      S&D

Party representation

National party EP Group Seats ±
     People's Party      EPP
5 / 18
1
     Social Democratic Party      S&D
5 / 18
     Freedom Party      NI (until 14 June 2015)
     ENL (from 15 June 2015)
4 / 18
2
     The Greens–The Green Alternative      G–EFA
3 / 18
1
     NEOS – The New Austria      ALDE
1 / 18
1
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