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List of members of the European Parliament for Denmark, 2009–14

 

List of members of the European Parliament for Denmark, 2009–14

This is the list of the 13 members of the European Parliament for Denmark in the 2009 to 2014 session.


List

Name National party EP Group Votes
Margrete Auken      Socialist People's Party      G–EFA 204,111
Bendt Bendtsen      Conservative People's Party      EPP 176,786
Ole Christensen      Social Democrats      S&D 20,597
Anne Elisabet Jensen      Left, Liberal Party      ALDE 47,906
Dan Jørgensen [1]      Social Democrats      S&D 233,266
Morten Løkkegaard      Left, Liberal Party      ALDE 57,175
Morten Messerschmidt      People's Party      EFD 284,500
Jens Rohde      Left, Liberal Party      ALDE 171,205
Anna Rosbach Andersen      People's Party      EFD [2] 3,592
Christel Schaldemose      Social Democrats      S&D 43,855
Søren Søndergaard [3]      People's Movement against the EU      EUL–NGL 107,429
Britta Thomsen      Social Democrats      S&D 32,569
Emilie Turunen      Socialist People's Party      G–EFA [4] 37,330

Party representation

National party EP Group Seats ±
     Social Democrats      S&D
4 / 13
Decrease 1
     Left, Liberal Party      ALDE
3 / 13
Steady
     Socialist People's Party      G–EFA
2 / 13
Increase 1
     People's Party      EFD
2 / 13
Increase 1
     Conservative People's Party      EPP
1 / 13
Steady
     People's Movement against the EU      EUL–NGL
1 / 13
Steady

Notes

  1. ^ Resigned on 11 December 2013 to become Minister for Food, Agriculture and Fisheries. He was replaced by Claus Larsen-Jensen
  2. ^ Member of EFD until 9 March 2011, after that she sat as Independent (ECR). On 5 September 2013 she joined Fokus
  3. ^ Resigned on 5 February 2014. He was replaced by Rina Ronja Kari
  4. ^ Member of G–EFA until 20 March 2013, after that she joined the Social Democrats in the (S&D).

Sources

  • List of Danish MEPs (in Danish)
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