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List of members of the European Parliament for Denmark, 1984–89

 

List of members of the European Parliament for Denmark, 1984–89

This is the list of the 16 members of the European Parliament for Denmark in the 1984 to 1989 session.

List

Representative National party EP Group Votes
Bonde, Jens-PeterJens-Peter Bonde      People's Movement against the EEC      RBW 16,733
Boserup, BodilBodil Boserup      Socialist People's Party      COM 42,395
Bøgh, JørgenJørgen Bøgh [1]      People's Movement against the EEC      RBW 18,470
Christensen, IbIb Christensen      People's Movement against the EEC      RBW 21,898
Christiansen, Ejner HovgårdEjner Hovgård Christiansen      Social Democrats      SOC 15,618
Fich, OveOve Fich      Social Democrats      SOC 35,160
Gredal, EvaEva Gredal      Social Democrats      SOC 57,303
Hammerich, ElseElse Hammerich      People's Movement against the EEC      RBW 156,145
Jakobsen, ErhardErhard Jakobsen      Centre Democrats      EPP 116,664
Jepsen, MarieMarie Jepsen      Conservative People's Party      ED 7,211
Lynge, FinnFinn Lynge [2]      Forward      SOC
Møller, PoulPoul Møller [3]      Conservative People's Party      ED 134,069
Nielsen, JørgenJørgen Nielsen      Left, Liberal Party      LD 20,823
Nielsen, ToveTove Nielsen      Left, Liberal Party      LD 66,419
Oppenheim, JeanetteJeanette Oppenheim      Conservative People's Party      ED 8,572
Toksvig, ClausClaus Toksvig [4]      Conservative People's Party      ED 130,728

Notes

  1. ^ Retired in 1987. Replaced by Birgit Bjørnvig on 1 September 1987.
  2. ^ Resigned in 1984 because Greenland lost its seat in the Parliament. Replaced by John Iversen (     Socialist People's Party) on 1 January 1985.
  3. ^ Resigned in 1986. Replaced by Larson Poulsen on 13 October 1986.
  4. ^ Died in 1988. Replaced by Frode Kristoffersen on 6 November 1988.
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