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

 

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

This is a list of members of the European Parliament for France in the 2009 to 2014 session, ordered by name.

See European Parliament election, 2009 (France) for further information on the election.

List

Name National party EP Group Constituency
Sandrine Bélier      Europe Ecology      G–EFA East France
Arnaud Danjean      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP East France
Joseph Daul      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP East France
Bruno Gollnisch      National Front      NI East France
Nathalie Griesbeck[1]      Democratic Movement      ALDE East France
Liêm Hoang-Ngoc      Socialist Party      S&D East France
Véronique Mathieu      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP East France
Michèle Striffler      Modern Left      EPP East France
Catherine Trautmann      Socialist Party      S&D East France
Rachida Dati      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP Île-de-France
Jean-Marie Cavada      Union for a Popular Movement (New Centre)      EPP Île-de-France
Marielle Gallo      Modern Left      EPP Île-de-France
Philippe Juvin      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP Île-de-France
Constance Le Grip[2]      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP Île-de-France
Daniel Cohn-Bendit      Europe Ecology (The Greens)      G–EFA Île-de-France
Eva Joly      Europe Ecology      G–EFA Île-de-France
Pascal Canfin      Europe Ecology      G–EFA Île-de-France
Karima Delli      Europe Ecology      G–EFA Île-de-France
Harlem Désir      Socialist Party      S&D Île-de-France
Pervenche Berès      Socialist Party      S&D Île-de-France
Marielle de Sarnez      Democratic Movement      ALDE Île-de-France
Patrick Le Hyaric      Left Front (Communist Party)      EUL–NGL Île-de-France
Jean-Pierre Audy      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP Massif Central-Centre
Sophie Briard-Auconie      Union for a Popular MovementNew Centre      EPP Massif Central-Centre
Brice Hortefeux [3]      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP Massif Central-Centre
Henri Weber      Socialist Party      S&D Massif Central-Centre
Jean-Paul Besset      Europe Ecology      G–EFA Massif Central-Centre
Dominique Riquet      Union for a Popular MovementRadical      EPP North-West France
Tokia Saïfi      Union for a Popular MovementRadical      EPP North-West France
Philippe Boulland[4]      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP North-West France
Jean-Paul Gauzès      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP North-West France
Gilles Pargneaux      Socialist Party      S&D North-West France
Estelle Grelier      Socialist Party      S&D North-West France
Hélène Flautre      Europe Ecology (The Greens)      G–EFA North-West France
Marine Le Pen      National Front      NI North-West France
Corinne Lepage      Democratic Movement      ALDE North-West France
Jacky Hénin      Left Front (Communist Party)      EUL–NGL North-West France
Maurice Ponga      Union for a Popular MovementThe Rally      EPP Overseas territories
Younous Omarjee[5]      Alliance des outre-mers (Communist Party of Réunion)      EUL–NGL Overseas territories
Patrice Tirolien      Socialist Party      S&D Overseas territories
Françoise Grossetête      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP South-East
Damien Abad      Union for a Popular MovementNew Centre      EPP South-East
Dominique Vlasto      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP South-East
Gaston Franco      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP South-East
Michel Dantin[6]      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP South-East
Michèle Rivasi      Europe Ecology (The Greens)      G–EFA South-East
François Alfonsi      Party of the Corsican Nation      G–EFA South-East
Malika Benarab-Attou      Europe Ecology      G–EFA South-East
Vincent Peillon      Socialist Party      S&D South-East
Sylvie Guillaume      Socialist Party      S&D South-East
Jean-Marie Le Pen      National Front      NI South-East
Jean-Luc Bennahmias      Democratic Movement      ALDE South-East
Marie-Christine Vergiat      Left Front (Miscellaneous Left)      EUL–NGL South-East
Franck Proust[7]      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP South-West
Christine de Veyrac      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP South-West
Alain Lamassoure      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP South-West
Marie-Thérèse Sanchez-Schmidt      Union for a Popular MovementRadical      EPP South-West
Kader Arif      Socialist Party      S&D South-West
Françoise Castex      Socialist Party      S&D South-West
José Bové      Europe Ecology      G–EFA South-West
Catherine Grèze      Europe Ecology      G–EFA South-West
Robert Rochefort      Democratic Movement      ALDE South-West
Jean-Luc Mélenchon      Left Front (Left Party)      EUL–NGL South-West
Agnès Le Brun[8]      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP West
Élisabeth Morin      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP West
Alain Cadec      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP West
Bernadette Vergnaud      Socialist Party      S&D West
Stéphane Le Foll      Socialist Party      S&D West
Yannick Jadot      Europe Ecology      G–EFA West
Nicole Kiil-Nielsen      Europe Ecology      G–EFA West
Philippe de Villiers      Libertas (MPF)      EFD West
Sylvie Goulard      Democratic Movement      ALDE West

Elected by the National Assembly

The Treaty of Lisbon adopted in 2009 gave two additional seats to France. But unlike the other concerned countries, France did not elect these future MEPs during the 2009 election. The Government decided instead that they would be elected indirectly by the National Assembly. The 6 December, the deputies Jean Roatta and Yves Cochet were elected, one from the majority and the other from the opposition. Cochet's election gives more MEPs to the ecologists (15) than to the socialists (14), despite having received less popular votes.

Name National party EP Group
Jean Roatta      Union for a Popular Movement      EPP
Yves Cochet      Europe Ecology      G–EFA

References

  1. ^ Replacing Jean-François Kahn
  2. ^ Replacing Michel Barnier
  3. ^ Replacing Catherine Soullie
  4. ^ Replacing Pascale Gruny
  5. ^ Replacing Élie Hoarau
  6. ^ Replacing Nora Berra
  7. ^ Replacing Dominique Baudis
  8. ^ Replacing Christophe Béchu
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