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List of members of the European Parliament for Croatia, 2013–14

This is a list of the 12 members to the European Parliament for Croatia in the 2009 to 2014 session. They were elected on 14 April 2013, in what was the first European Parliament election in Croatia,[1] and took office on 1 July.[2]

List

Name National party EP Group Preferential votes
Marino Baldini      Social Democratic Party      S&D 1,631
Biljana Borzan Social Democratic Party S&D 17,584
Zdravka Bušić      Democratic Union      EPP 4,010
Ivana Maletić Democratic Union EPP 4,424
Sandra Petrović Jakovina      Social Democratic Party      S&D 3,806
Tonino Picula      Social Democratic Party      S&D 110,278
Andrej Plenković      Democratic Union      EPP 37,015
Davor Stier      Democratic Union      EPP 13,752
Dubravka Šuica      Democratic Union      EPP 30,979
Ruža Tomašić      Party of Rights dr. Ante Starčević      ECR 63,882
Oleg Valjalo      Social Democratic Party      S&D 1,325
Nikola Vuljanić      Labourists–Labour Party      EUL–NGL 6,351

Source: Večernji list[3]

Party representation

National party EP Group # of seats ±
     Croatian Democratic Union (and allies)      EPP
5 / 12
     Social Democratic Party (and allies)      S&D
5 / 12
Labourists–Labour Party EUL–NGL
1 / 12
Party of Rights dr. Ante Starčević ECR
1 / 12

References

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ Opening Day of Session BBC Democracy Live: European Parliament
  3. ^
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