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List of members of the European Parliament for Denmark, 1979–84

This is the list of the 16 members of the European Parliament for Denmark in the 1979 to 1984 session.


Name National party EP Group Votes
Bøgh, JørgenJørgen Bøgh      People's Movement against the EEC      TGI 26,362
Bonde, Jens-PeterJens-Peter Bonde      People's Movement against the EEC      TGI 12,048
Boserup, BodilBodil Boserup      Socialist People's Party      COM 16,036
Gredal, EvaEva Gredal      Social Democrats      SOC 16,329
Groes, MetteMette Groes [1]      Social Democrats      SOC 24,990
Haagerup, NielsNiels Haagerup      Left, Liberal Party      LDR 28,392
Hammerich, ElseElse Hammerich      People's Movement against the EEC      TGI 78,164
Jakobsen, ErhardErhard Jakobsen      Centre Democrats      EPP 116,664
Kirk, KentKent Kirk      Conservative People's Party      ED 11,522
Lynge, FinnFinn Lynge      Forward      SOC
Møller, PoulPoul Møller      Conservative People's Party      ED 153,227
Nielsen, JørgenJørgen Nielsen      Left, Liberal Party      LDR 21,076
Nielsen, ToveTove Nielsen      Left, Liberal Party      LDR 38,224
Nyborg, KaiKai Nyborg      Progress Party      EPD 45,048
Olesen, KjeldKjeld Olesen [2]      Social Democrats      SOC 150,291
Skovmand, SvenSven Skovmand      People's Movement against the EEC      TGI 17,250


  1. ^ Resigned in 1980. Replaced by Eggert Petersen on 9 October 1980.
  2. ^ Resigned in 1979, became the Minister for Foreign Affairs in Jørgensen IV. Replaced by Ove Fich on 7 November 1979.


  • List of Danish MEPs (in Danish)
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