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List of members of the European Parliament for Finland, 2004–09

 

List of members of the European Parliament for Finland, 2004–09

This is a list of the 14 members of the European Parliament for Finland in the 2004 to 2009 session.


List

Name National party EP Group Votes
Hassi, SatuSatu Hassi      Green League      G–EFA 74,714
Itälä, VilleVille Itälä      National Coalition Party      EPP–ED 65,439
Jäätteenmäki, AnneliAnneli Jäätteenmäki      Centre Party      ALDE 149,646
Kauppi, Piia-NooraPiia-Noora Kauppi [1]      National Coalition Party      EPP–ED 62,995
Korhola, Eija-RiittaEija-Riitta Korhola      National Coalition Party      EPP–ED 35,285
Lax, HenrikHenrik Lax      Swedish People's Party      ALDE 32,707
Lehtinen, LasseLasse Lehtinen      Social Democratic Party      PES 47,186
Myller, RiittaRiitta Myller      Social Democratic Party      PES 55,133
Paasilinna, ReinoReino Paasilinna      Social Democratic Party      PES 64,305
Seppänen, EskoEsko Seppänen      Left Alliance      EUL–NGL 72,401
Stubb, AlexanderAlexander Stubb [2]      National Coalition Party      EPP–ED 115,224
Takkula, HannuHannu Takkula      Centre Party      ALDE 32,739
Väyrynen, PaavoPaavo Väyrynen [3]      Centre Party      ALDE 44,123
Virrankoski, KyöstiKyösti Virrankoski      Centre Party      ALDE 51,415

Party representation

National party EP Group Seats ±
     National Coalition Party      EPP–ED
4 / 14
Steady
     Centre Party      ALDE
4 / 14
Steady
     Social Democratic Party      PES
3 / 14
Steady
     Green League      G–EFA
1 / 14
Decrease 1
     Left Alliance      EUL–NGL
1 / 14
Steady
     Swedish People's Party      ALDE
1 / 14
Steady

Notes

  1. ^ Resigned in 2008, became the managing director of a lobbying group. Replaced by Eva-Riitta Siitonen on 1 January 2009.
  2. ^ Resigned in 2008, became the Minister for Foreign Affairs in Vanhanen II. Replaced by Sirpa Pietikäinen on 4 April 2008.
  3. ^ Resigned in 2007, became the Minister for Foreign Trade and Development in Vanhanen II. Replaced by Samuli Pohjamo on 23 April 2007.

External links

  • Elected Members of European Parliament 2004 (in English)
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