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

This is a list of 51 Members of the European Parliament for Poland in the 2014 to 2019 session, ordered by name.

See European Parliament election, 2014 (Poland) for further information on these elections in Poland, and European Parliament election, 2014 for discussion on likely changes to the Parliamentary Groups.

Current members

Name Constituency National Party EP Group
Michał Boni Warsaw      Civic Platform      EPP
Jerzy Buzek Silesian      Civic Platform      EPP
Ryszard Czarnecki Greater Poland      Law and Justice      ECR
Andrzej Duda Lesser Poland and Świętokrzyskie      Law and Justice      ECR
Anna Fotyga Pomeranian      Law and Justice      ECR
Lidia Geringer de Oedenberg Lower Silesian and Opole      Democratic Left Alliance – Labor Union      S&D
Adam Gierek Silesian      Democratic Left Alliance – Labor Union      S&D
Beata Gosiewska Lesser Poland and Świętokrzyskie      Law and Justice      ECR
Róża Gräfin Von Thun Und Hohenstein Lesser Poland and Świętokrzyskie      Civic Platform      EPP
Marek Gróbarczyk Lubusz and West Pomerania      Law and Justice      ECR
Andrzej Grzyb Greater Poland      People's Party      EPP
Krzysztof Hetman Lublin      People's Party      EPP
Danuta Hübner Warsaw      Civic Platform      EPP
Robert Iwaszkiewicz Lower Silesian and Opole      Congress of the New Right      NI
Dawid Jackiewicz Lower Silesian and Opole      Law and Justice      ECR
Danuta Jazłowiecka Lower Silesian and Opole      Civic Platform      EPP
Marek Jurek Warsaw      Right Wing of the Republic      ECR
Jarosław Kalinowski Masovian      People's Party      EPP
Adam Karski Podlaskie and Warmian-Masurian      Law and Justice      ECR
Janusz Korwin-Mikke Silesian      Congress of the New Right      NI
Agnieszka Kozłowska-Rajewicz Greater Poland      Civic Platform      EPP
Zdzisław Krasnodębski Warsaw      Law and Justice      ECR
Barbara Kudrycka Podlaskie and Warmian-Masurian      Civic Platform      EPP
Zbigniew Kuźmiuk Masovian      Law and Justice      ECR
Ryszard Legutko Lesser Poland and Świętokrzyskie      Law and Justice      ECR
Janusz Lewandowski Pomeranian      Civic Platform      EPP
Bogusław Liberadzki Lubusz and West Pomeranian      Democratic Left Alliance – Labor Union      S&D
Elżbieta Łukacijewska Subcarpathian      Civic Platform      EPP
Krystyna Łybacka Greater Poland      Democratic Left Alliance – Labor Union      S&D
Michał Marusik Warsaw      Congress of the New Right      NI
Jan Olbrycht Silesian      Civic Platform      EPP
Stanisław Ożóg Subcarpathian      Law and Justice      ECR
Mirosław Piotrowski Lublin      Law and Justice      ECR
Bolesław Piecha Silesian      Law and Justice      ECR
Julia Pitera Masovian      Civic Platform      EPP
Tomasz Poręba Subcarpathian      Law and Justice      ECR
Marek Plura Silesian      Civic Platform      EPP
Dariusz Rosati Lubusz and West Pomeranian      Civic Platform      EPP
Jacek Saryusz-Wolski Łódź      Civic Platform      EPP
Czesław Siekierski Lesser Poland and Świętokrzyskie      People's Party      EPP
Adam Szejnfeld Greater Poland      Civic Platform      EPP
Kazimierz Ujazdowski Lower Silesian and Opole      Law and Justice      ECR
Jarosław Wałęsa Pomeranian      Civic Platform      EPP
Bogdan Wenta Lesser Poland and Świętokrzyskie      Civic Platform      EPP
Jadwiga Wiśniewska Silesian      Law and Justice      ECR
Janusz Wojciechowski Łódź      Law and Justice      ECR
Bogdan Zdrojewski Lower Silesian and Opole      Civic Platform      EPP
Janusz Zemke Kuyavian-Pomeranian      Democratic Left Alliance – Labor Union      S&D
Kosma Złotowski Kuyavian-Pomeranian      Law and Justice      ECR
Tadeusz Zwiefka Kuyavian-Pomeranian      Civic Platform      EPP
Stanisław Żółtek Lesser Poland and Świętokrzyskie      Congress of the New Right      NI

External links

  • www.pe2014.pkw.gov.pl
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