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List of members of the European Parliament for Finland, 1999–2004

This is a list of the 16 members of the European Parliament for Finland in the 1999 to 2004 session.


List

Name National party EP Group Votes
Heidi Hautala [1]      Green League      G–EFA 115,502
Ulpu Iivari      Social Democratic Party      PES 24,091
Piia-Noora Kauppi      National Coalition Party      EPP–ED 18,221
Eija-Riitta Korhola      Christian League      EPP–ED 28,095
Marjo Matikainen-Kallström      National Coalition Party      EPP–ED 107,444
Riitta Myller      Social Democratic Party      PES 47,939
Reino Paasilinna      Social Democratic Party      PES 64,204
Mikko Pesälä      Centre Party      ELDR 24,281
Samuli Pohjamo      Centre Party      ELDR 25,333
Esko Seppänen      Left Alliance      EUL–NGL 59,954
Ilkka Suominen      National Coalition Party      EPP–ED 38,364
Astrid Thors      Swedish People's Party      ELDR 81,092
Paavo Väyrynen      Centre Party      ELDR 64,009
Ari Vatanen      National Coalition Party      EPP–ED 58,836
Kyösti Virrankoski      Centre Party      ELDR 50,075
Matti Wuori      Green League      G–EFA 26,846

Party representation

National party EP Group Seats ±
     National Coalition Party      EPP–ED
4 / 16
Steady
     Centre Party      ELDR
4 / 16
Steady
     Social Democratic Party      PES
3 / 16
Decrease 1
     Green League      G–EFA
2 / 16
Increase 1
     Left Alliance      EUL–NGL
1 / 16
Decrease 1
     Swedish People's Party      ELDR
1 / 16
Steady
     Christian League      EPP–ED
1 / 16
Increase 1

Notes

  1. ^ Resigned in 2003, became a member of the Finnish Parliament after the 2003 election. Replaced by Uma Aaltonen on 7 April 2003.

External links

  • Elected Finnish Members of European Parliament in European Parliament elections 1999 (in English)
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