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List of members of the European Parliament for Belgium, 1994–99

 

List of members of the European Parliament for Belgium, 1994–99

This is a list of the 25 members of the European Parliament for Belgium in the 1994 to 1999 session.

List

Name National party EP Group Constituency
Aelvoet, MagdaMagda Aelvoet      Agalev      G Dutch-speaking
André-Léonard, AnneAnne André-Léonard      Liberal Reformist Party      ELDR French-speaking
Chanterie, RaphaëlRaphaël Chanterie      Christian People's Party      EPP Dutch-speaking
De Clercq, WillyWilly De Clercq      Flemish Liberals and Democrats      ELDR Dutch-speaking
De Coene, PhilippePhilippe De Coene      Socialist Party      PES Dutch-speaking
Deprez, GérardGérard Deprez      Christian Social Party      EPP French-speaking
Desama, ClaudeClaude Desama      Socialist Party      PES French-speaking
Dillen, KarelKarel Dillen      Flemish Bloc      NI Dutch-speaking
Dury, RaymondeRaymonde Dury [1]      Socialist Party      PES French-speaking
Féret, DanielDaniel Féret      National Front      NI French-speaking
Grosch, MathieuMathieu Grosch      Christian Social Party      EPP German-speaking
Happart, JoséJosé Happart      Socialist Party      PES French-speaking
Herman, FernandFernand Herman      Christian Social Party      EPP French-speaking
Kestelijn-Sierens, Marie-PauleMarie-Paule Kestelijn-Sierens      Flemish Liberals and Democrats      ELDR Dutch-speaking
Lannoye, PaulPaul Lannoye      Ecology Party      G French-speaking
Martens, WilfriedWilfried Martens      Christian People's Party      EPP Dutch-speaking
Monfils, PhilippePhilippe Monfils      Liberal Reformist Party      ELDR French-speaking
Neyts-Uyttebroeck, AnnemieAnnemie Neyts-Uyttebroeck      Flemish Liberals and Democrats      ELDR Dutch-speaking
Spaak, AntoinetteAntoinette Spaak      Liberal Reformist Party      ELDR French-speaking
Thyssen, MarianneMarianne Thyssen      Christian People's Party      EPP Dutch-speaking
Tindemans, LeoLeo Tindemans      Christian People's Party      EPP Dutch-speaking
Van Lancker, AnneAnne Van Lancker      Socialist Party      PES Dutch-speaking
Vandemeulebroucke, JaakJaak Vandemeulebroucke [2]      People's Union      EPP Dutch-speaking
Willockx, FrederikFrederik Willockx      Socialist Party      PES Dutch-speaking

Notes

  1. ^ Resigned in 1995. Replaced by Claude Delcroix on 1 May 1995.
  2. ^ Retired in 1998. Replaced by Nelly Maes on 16 October 1998.
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