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

This is a list of the 25 members of the European Parliament for the Greece in the 1999 to 2004 session.


Name National party EP Group
Alekos Alavanos [1]      Coalition of the Left and Progress      EUL–NGL
Konstantinos Alyssandrakis      Communist Party      EUL–NGL
Ioannis Averoff      New Democracy      EPP–ED
Emmanouil Bakopoulos      Democratic Social Movement      EUL–NGL
Alexandros Baltas      Socialist Movement      PES
Giorgos Dimitrakopoulos      New Democracy      EPP–ED
Petros Efthymiou [2]      Socialist Movement      PES
Christos Folias [3]      New Democracy      EPP–ED
Marietta Giannakou [4]      New Democracy      EPP–ED
Konstantinos Hatzidakis      New Democracy      EPP–ED
Anna Karamanou      Socialist Movement      PES
Giorgos Katiforis      Socialist Movement      PES
Efstratios Korakas      Communist Party      EUL–NGL
Ioannis Koukiadis      Socialist Movement      PES
Dimitrios Koulourianos      Democratic Social Movement      EUL–NGL
Rodi Kratsa-Tsagaropoulou      New Democracy      EPP–ED
Minerva Melpomeni Malliori      Socialist Movement      PES
Ioannis Marinos      New Democracy      EPP–ED
Emmanouil Mastorakis      Socialist Movement      PES
Mihalis Papagiannakis      Coalition of the Left and Progress      EUL–NGL
Ioannis Souladakis      Socialist Movement      PES
Ioannis Theonas [5]      Communist Party      EUL–NGL
Antonios Trakatellis      New Democracy      EPP–ED
Dimitris Tsatsos      Socialist Movement      PES
Christos Zacharakis      New Democracy      EPP–ED
Myrsini Zorba      Socialist Movement      PES


  1. ^ Resigned in 2004. Replaced by Nikolaos Chountis on 15 April 2004.
  2. ^ Resigned in 2000, became the Minister of Education, Religious Affairs, Culture and Sports in Simitis III. Replaced by Myrsini Zorba on 13 April 2000.
  3. ^ Resigned in 2004, became a member of the Greek Parliament after the 2004 election. Replaced by Meropi Kaldi on 24 March 2004.
  4. ^ Resigned in 2000. Replaced by Stavros Xarchakos on 4 September 2000.
  5. ^ Resigned in 2001 because of problems with party authorities. Replaced by Ioannis Patakis on 30 January 2001.
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