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

 

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

This is a list of the 72 members of the European Parliament for Italy in the 2009 to 2014 session.

List

Name National party EP Group
Elisabetta Gardini      The People of Freedom      EPP
Salvatore Iacolino      The People of Freedom      EPP
Giovanni La Via      The People of Freedom [1]      EPP
Clemente Mastella      The People of Freedom [2]      EPP
Barbara Matera      The People of Freedom      EPP
Mario Mauro      The People of Freedom      EPP
Erminia Mazzoni      The People of Freedom [3]      EPP
Cristiana Muscardini      The People of Freedom      EPP [4]
Alfredo Pallone      The People of Freedom [5]      EPP
Aldo Patriciello      The People of Freedom      EPP
Crescenzio Rivellini      The People of Freedom      EPP
Licia Ronzulli      The People of Freedom      EPP
Potito Salatto      The People of Freedom      EPP
Amalia Sartori      The People of Freedom      EPP
Marco Scurria      The People of Freedom [6]      EPP
Sergio Silvestris      The People of Freedom      EPP
Francesca Balzani      Democratic Party      S&D
Luigi Berlinguer      Democratic Party      S&D
Rita Borsellino      Democratic Party      S&D
Salvatore Caronna      Democratic Party      S&D
Sergio Cofferati      Democratic Party      S&D
Silvia Costa      Democratic Party      S&D
Andrea Cozzolino      Democratic Party      S&D
Rosario Crocetta [7]      Democratic Party      S&D
Francesco De Angelis      Democratic Party      S&D
Paolo De Castro      Democratic Party      S&D
Leonardo Domenici      Democratic Party      S&D
Roberto Gualtieri      Democratic Party      S&D
Guido Milana      Democratic Party      S&D
Pier Antonio Panzeri      Democratic Party      S&D
Mario Pirillo      Democratic Party      S&D
Gianni Pittella      Democratic Party      S&D
Vittorio Prodi      Democratic Party      S&D
David Sassoli      Democratic Party      S&D
Debora Serracchiani      Democratic Party      S&D
Gianluca Susta      Democratic Party      S&D
Patrizia Toia      Democratic Party      S&D
Gabriele Albertini      The People of Freedom      EPP
Sonia Alfano      Italy of Values      ALDE
Magdi Allam      Union of the Centre [8]      EPP [9]
Roberta Angelilli      The People of Freedom [10]      EPP
Antonello Antinoro      Union of the Centre      EPP
Alfredo Antoniozzi      The People of Freedom [11]      EPP
Pino Arlacchi      Italy of Values      ALDE [12]
Raffaele Baldassarre      The People of Freedom      EPP
Paolo Bartolozzi      The People of Freedom      EPP
Sergio Berlato      The People of Freedom      EPP
Mara Bizzotto      Lega Nord      EFD
Vito Bonsignore      The People of Freedom [13]      EPP
Mario Borghezio      Lega Nord      EFD [14]
Antonio Cancian      The People of Freedom [15]      EPP
Carlo Casini      Union of the Centre      EPP
Giovanni Collino [16]      The People of Freedom      EPP
Lara Comi      The People of Freedom      EPP
Ciriaco de Mita      Union of the Centre      EPP
Herbert Dorfmann      South Tyrolean People's Party      EPP
Carlo Fidanza      The People of Freedom [17]      EPP
Lorenzo Fontana      Lega Nord      EFD
Vincenzo Iovine      Italy of Values      ALDE [18]
Claudio Morganti      Lega Nord      EFD
Tiziano Motti      Union of the Centre      EPP
Fiorello Provera      Lega Nord      EFD
Oreste Rossi      Lega Nord      EFD [19]
Niccolò Rinaldi      Italy of Values      ALDE
Matteo Salvini      Lega Nord      EFD
Giancarlo Scottà      Lega Nord      EFD
Francesco Speroni      Lega Nord      EFD
Salvatore Tatarella      The People of Freedom [20]      EPP
Giommaria Uggias      Italy of Values      ALDE
Gianni Vattimo      Italy of Values      ALDE
Iva Zanicchi      The People of Freedom      EPP
Andrea Zanoni      Italy of Values      ALDE

Party representation

National party EP Group Seats ±
     The People of Freedom      EPP
29 / 72
     Democratic Party      S&D
21 / 72
     Lega Nord      EFD
9 / 72
     Italy of Values      ALDE
7 / 72
     Union of the Centre      EPP
5 / 72

Notes

  1. ^ Member of the The People of Freedom until 16 December 2013 when he joined New Centre-Right.
  2. ^ Member of the Unione Democratici per l'Europa party which ran on the The People of Freedom list.
  3. ^ Member of the The People of Freedom until 23 January 2014 when she joined New Centre-Right.
  4. ^ Member of EPP until 14 October 2012, after that she founded the Conservatives and Social Reformers and joined the (ECR).
  5. ^ Member of the The People of Freedom until 17 December 2013 when he joined New Centre-Right.
  6. ^ Member of the The People of Freedom until 20 December 2012 when he joined Brothers of Italy.
  7. ^ Resigned in 2012, became President of Sicily. Replaced by Francesca Barracciu on 17 December 2012.
  8. ^ Member and founder of the I Love Italy party which ran on the Union of the Centre list.
  9. ^ Member of EPP until 13 December 2011, after that he and his party joined the (EFD).
  10. ^ Member of the The People of Freedom until 16 December 2013 when she joined New Centre-Right.
  11. ^ Member of the The People of Freedom until 7 January 2014 when he joined New Centre-Right.
  12. ^ Member of ALDE until 17 November 2010, after that he joined the Democratic Party in the (S&D).
  13. ^ Member of the The People of Freedom until 23 January 2014 when he joined New Centre-Right.
  14. ^ Member of EFD until 3 June 2013 when he was expelled for offensive comments about Cécile Kyenge, after that he became a non-inscrit.
  15. ^ Member of the The People of Freedom until 16 December 2013 when he joined New Centre-Right.
  16. ^ Deposed in 2011 by the Italian electoral office. Replaced by Giuseppe Gargani on 6 June 2011.
  17. ^ Member of the The People of Freedom until 20 December 2012 when he joined Brothers of Italy.
  18. ^ Member of ALDE until 23 November 2012, after that he joined the Democratic Party in the (S&D).
  19. ^ Member of EFD until 11 June 2013, after that he became an Independent. On 3 July 2013 he joined the (EPP).
  20. ^ Member of the The People of Freedom until 13 February 2011 when he joined Future and Freedom.
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