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List of members of the European Parliament for Belgium, 1989–94

 

List of members of the European Parliament for Belgium, 1989–94

This is a list of the 24 members of the European Parliament for Belgium in the 1989 to 1994 session.

List

Name National party EP Group Constituency
De Clercq, WillyWilly De Clercq      Party for Freedom and Progress      LDR Dutch-speaking
de Donnea, François-XavierFrançois-Xavier de Donnea [1]      Liberal Reformist Party      LDR French-speaking
De Gucht, KarelKarel De Gucht      Party for Freedom and Progress      LDR Dutch-speaking
Defraigne, JeanJean Defraigne      Liberal Reformist Party      LDR French-speaking
Delcroix, ClaudeClaude Delcroix      Socialist Party      SOC French-speaking
Deprez, GérardGérard Deprez      Christian Social Party      EPP French-speaking
Desama, ClaudeClaude Desama      Socialist Party      SOC French-speaking
Di Rupo, ElioElio Di Rupo      Socialist Party      SOC French-speaking
Dillen, KarelKarel Dillen      Flemish Bloc      ER Dutch-speaking
Dury, RaymondeRaymonde Dury      Socialist Party      SOC French-speaking
Ernst de la Graete, BrigitteBrigitte Ernst de la Graete      Ecology Party      G French-speaking
Galle, MarcMarc Galle      Socialist Party      SOC Dutch-speaking
Glinne, ErnestErnest Glinne      Socialist Party      SOC French-speaking
Happart, JoséJosé Happart      Socialist Party      SOC French-speaking
Herman, FernandFernand Herman      Christian Social Party      EPP French-speaking
Hermans, AnAn Hermans      Christian People's Party      EPP Dutch-speaking
Lannoye, PaulPaul Lannoye      Ecology Party      G French-speaking
Pinxten, KarelKarel Pinxten      Christian People's Party      EPP Dutch-speaking
Staes, PaulPaul Staes      Agalev      G Dutch-speaking
Thyssen, MarianneMarianne Thyssen      Christian People's Party      EPP Dutch-speaking
Tindemans, LeoLeo Tindemans      Christian People's Party      EPP Dutch-speaking
Van Hemeldonck, MarijkeMarijke Van Hemeldonck      Socialist Party      SOC Dutch-speaking
Vandemeulebroucke, JaakJaak Vandemeulebroucke      People's Union      RBW Dutch-speaking
     Christian People's Party      EPP Dutch-speaking

Notes

  1. ^ Resigned in 1991, became a member of the Belgian Federal Parliament (Senate) after the 1991 election. Replaced by Anne André-Léonard on 17 December 1991.
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