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


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

This is a list of the 6 members of the European Parliament for Luxembourg in the 2004 to 2009 session.


Name National party EP Group Votes
Robert Goebbels [1]      Socialist Workers' Party      PES 12,169
Erna Hennicot-Schoepges [2]      Christian Social People's Party      EPP–ED 7,453
Astrid Lulling [3]      Christian Social People's Party      EPP–ED 12,809
Lydie Polfer      Democratic Party      ALDE 22,179
Jean Spautz [4]      Christian Social People's Party      EPP–ED 12,302
Claude Turmes      The Greens      G–EFA 13,828

Party representation

National party EP Group Seats ±
     Christian Social People's Party      EPP
3 / 6
Increase 1
     Socialist Workers' Party      PES
1 / 6
Decrease 1
     The Greens      G
1 / 6
     Democratic Party      LD
1 / 6


  1. ^ Replaced Jean Asselborn (14,461 votes), who remained Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Immigration in Juncker III.
  2. ^ Replaced François Biltgen (16,929 votes), who remained Minister of Justice, Civil Service & Administrative Reform, Higher Education & Research, Communications & Media and Religious Affairs in Juncker III.
  3. ^ Replaced Jean-Claude Juncker (41,535 votes), who remained Prime Minister.
  4. ^ Replaced Luc Frieden (25,228 votes), who remained Minister for Finance in Juncker III.
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