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List of members of the European Parliament for Denmark, 1989–94


List of members of the European Parliament for Denmark, 1989–94

This is a list of the 16 members of the European Parliament for Denmark in the 1989 to 1994 session.


Name National party EP Group Votes
Blak, FreddyFreddy Blak      Social Democrats      SOC 16,700
Bonde, Jens-PeterJens-Peter Bonde      People's Movement against the EU      RBW 68,979
Bjørnvig, BirgitBirgit Bjørnvig      People's Movement against the EU      RBW 31,786
Christensen, FrodeFrode Christensen      Centre Democrats      EPP 4,596
Christensen, IbIb Christensen      People's Movement against the EU      RBW 39,607
Christiansen, EjnerEjner Christiansen      Social Democrats      SOC 26,583
Iversen, JohnJohn Iversen      Socialist People's Party      EUL 22,738
Jakobsen, ErhardErhard Jakobsen [1]      Centre Democrats      EPP 116,875
Jensen, KirstenKirsten Jensen      Social Democrats      SOC 108,974
Jepsen, MarieMarie Jepsen      Conservative People's Party      EPP 46,632
Kofoed, NielsNiels Kofoed      Left, Liberal Party      LDR 81,133
Nielsen, ToveTove Nielsen      Left, Liberal Party      LDR 35,234
Riskær Pedersen, KlausKlaus Riskær Pedersen      Left, Liberal Party      LDR 57,114
Rovsing, ChristianChristian Rovsing      Conservative People's Party      EPP 22,132
Rønn, JoannaJoanna Rønn      Social Democrats      SOC 18,967
Sandbæk, UllaUlla Sandbæk      People's Movement against the EU      RBW 15,561


  1. ^ Resigned in 1994. Replaced by Arne Melchior on 1 March 1994.


  • List of Danish MEPs (in Danish)
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