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List of members of the European Parliament for Denmark, 1994–99

This is the list of the 16 elected members of the European Parliament for Denmark in the 1994 to 1999 session.

List

Name National party EP Group Votes
Blak, FreddyFreddy Blak      Social Democrats      PES 52,402
Bonde, Jens-PeterJens-Peter Bonde      June Movement      EDD 104,299
Dybkjær, LoneLone Dybkjær      Social Liberal Party      ELDR 159,552
Gyldenkilde, LilliLilli Gyldenkilde [1]      Socialist People's Party      EUL (1994–1995) /      EUL–NGL 119,449
Haarder, BertelBertel Haarder      Left, Liberal Party      ELDR 88,093
Hansen, EvaEva Hansen      Left, Liberal Party      ELDR 123,003
Jensen, KirstenKirsten Jensen      Social Democrats      PES 115,449
Jensen, LisLis Jensen      People's Movement against the EU      EN (1994–1996) /      I–EN 13,026
Kofoed, Niels AnkerNiels Anker Kofoed      Left, Liberal Party      ELDR 22,138
Krarup, OleOle Krarup      People's Movement against the EU      EN (1994–1996) /      I–EN 90,030
Kristoffersen, FrodeFrode Kristoffersen      Conservative People's Party      EPP 26,473
Riis-Jørgensen, KarinKarin Riis-Jørgensen      Left, Liberal Party      ELDR 19,772
Rovsing, ChristianChristian Rovsing      Conservative People's Party      EPP 33,197
Sandbæk, UllaUlla Sandbæk      June Movement      EDD 26,371
Schlüter, PoulPoul Schlüter      Conservative People's Party      EPP 247,956
Sindal, NielsNiels Sindal      Social Democrats      PES 13,021

Notes

  1. ^ Resigned in 1996 because of to health problems. Replaced by John Iversen on 15 January 1996.

External links

  • List of Danish MEPs (in Danish)


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