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List of members of the European Parliament for Finland, 2014–19

This is a list of the 13 members of the European Parliament for Finland in the 2014 to 2019 session.

Contents

  • List 1
    • Party representation 1.1
  • Midterm replacements 2
  • Notes 3
  • External links 4

List

Name National party EP Group Votes
Halla-aho, JussiJussi Halla-aho      True Finns      ECR 80,772
Hautala, HeidiHeidi Hautala      Green League      G–EFA 31,725
Jaakonsaari, LiisaLiisa Jaakonsaari      Social Democratic Party      S&D 44,061
Jäätteenmäki, AnneliAnneli Jäätteenmäki      Centre Party      ALDE 59,538
Kumpula-Natri, MiapetraMiapetra Kumpula-Natri      Social Democratic Party      S&D 40,734
Kyllönen, MerjaMerja Kyllönen      Left Alliance      GUE/NGL 58,611
Pietikäinen, SirpaSirpa Pietikäinen      National Coalition Party      EPP 49,842
Rehn, OlliOlli Rehn      Centre Party      ALDE 70,398
Stubb, AlexanderAlexander Stubb      National Coalition Party      EPP 148,190
Terho, SampoSampo Terho      True Finns      ECR 33,833
Torvalds, NilsNils Torvalds      Swedish People's Party      ALDE 29,355
Virkkunen, HennaHenna Virkkunen      National Coalition Party      EPP 43,829
Väyrynen, PaavoPaavo Väyrynen      Centre Party      ALDE 69,360

Party representation

National party EP Group Seats ±
     National Coalition Party      EPP
3 / 13
     Centre Party      ALDE
3 / 13
     Social Democratic Party      S&D
2 / 13
     True Finns      ECR
2 / 13
1
     Green League      G–EFA
1 / 13
1
     Swedish People's Party      ALDE
1 / 13
     Left Alliance      GUE/NGL
1 / 13
1
     Christian Democrats      EPP
0 / 13
1

Midterm replacements

Notes

  1. ^ "Petri Sarvamaa nousee europarlamenttiin varasijalta". Yle. 14 June 2014. Retrieved 23 June 2015. 
  2. ^ "Hannu Takkula siirtyi Olli Rehnin tilalle Brysseliin". Kaleva. 29 April 2015. Retrieved 23 June 2015. 
  3. ^ "Perussuomalaisten Pirkko Ruohonen-Lerner siirtyy europarlamenttiin – tilalle Leena Meri Hyvinkäältä". Helsingin Sanomat. 4 May 2015. Retrieved 23 June 2015. 

External links

  • Finnish Ministry of Justice election results
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