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

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

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

Lists

Name National party EP Group Constituency Votes
Ivo Belet      Christian Democratic and Flemish      EPP Dutch-speaking 157,775
Frieda Brepoels [1][2]      New Flemish Alliance      G–EFA Dutch-speaking 67,717
Philip Claeys [3]      Flemish Interest      NI Dutch-speaking 28,154
Frédéric Daerden      Socialist Party      S&D French-speaking 90,294
Jean-Luc Dehaene      Christian Democratic and Flemish      EPP Dutch-speaking 450,149
Véronique De Keyser      Socialist Party      S&D French-speaking 61,024
Anne Delvaux      Humanist Democratic Centre      EPP French-speaking 124,718
Isabelle Durant      Ecology Party      G–EFA French-speaking 150,173
Saïd El Khadraoui      Socialist Party–Differently      S&D Dutch-speaking 50,408
Derk Jan Eppink [4]      List Dedecker / Libertarian, Direct, Democratic      ECR Dutch-speaking 11,686
Mathieu Grosch      Christian Social Party      EPP German-speaking 4,762
Philippe Lamberts      Ecology Party      G–EFA French-speaking 26,430
Louis Michel      Reformist Movement      ALDE French-speaking 305,363
Annemie Neyts-Uyttebroeck      Open Flemish Liberals and Democrats      ALDE Dutch-speaking 58,369
Frédérique Ries      Reformist Movement      ALDE French-speaking 116,398
Bart Staes      Green!      G–EFA Dutch-speaking 97,036
Dirk Sterckx [5]      Open Flemish Liberals and Democrats      ALDE Dutch-speaking 100,226
Marc Tarabella [6]      Socialist Party      S&D French-speaking 50,993
Marianne Thyssen      Christian Democratic and Flemish      EPP Dutch-speaking 187,303
Kathleen Van Brempt      Socialist Party–Differently      S&D Dutch-speaking 146,992
Frank Vanhecke      Flemish Interest /      Independent      NI /      EFD Dutch-speaking 161,371
Guy Verhofstadt      Open Flemish Liberals and Democrats      ALDE Dutch-speaking 565,359

Party representation

Dutch-speaking electoral college
Party EP Group # of seats ±
     Christian Democratic and Flemish      EPP
3 / 13
Steady
     Open Flemish Liberals and Democrats      ALDE
3 / 13
Steady
     Flemish Interest      NI
2 / 13
Decrease 1
     Socialist Party–Differently      S&D
2 / 13
Decrease 1
     New Flemish Alliance      G–EFA
1 / 13
Steady
     Green!      G–EFA
1 / 13
Steady
     List Dedecker      ECR
1 / 13
Increase 1
French-speaking electoral college
Party EP Group # of seats ±
     Socialist Party      S&D
3 / 8
Decrease 1
     Reformist Movement      ALDE
2 / 8
Decrease 1
     Ecology Party      G–EFA
2 / 8
Increase 1
     Humanist Democratic Centre      EPP
1 / 8
Steady
German-speaking electoral college
Party EP Group # of seats ±
     Christian Social Party      EPP
1 / 1
Steady

Notes

  1. ^ Replaced Bart De Wever (218,605 votes), who chose to become a member of the Flemish Parliament.
  2. ^ Resigned in 2013, became mayor of Bilzen. Replaced by Mark Demesmaeker on 1 February 2013.
  3. ^ Replaced Filip Dewinter (150,584 votes), who remained a member of the Flemish Parliament.
  4. ^ Replaced Jean-Marie Dedecker (149,768 votes), who remained a member of the Belgian Federal Parliament (Chamber of Representatives).
  5. ^ Resigned in 2011 because of personal reasons. Replaced by Philippe De Backer on 5 September 2011.
  6. ^ Replaced Jean-Claude Marcourt (155,409 votes), who remained the Vice-Minister-President, Minister of Economy and Foreign Affairs of the Walloon government and Vice-Minister-President and Minister of Higher Education of the Government of the French Community.
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