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List of members of the European Parliament for Portugal, 1986–87


List of members of the European Parliament for Portugal, 1986–87

This is a list of the 24 appointed delegates of the European Parliament for Portugal in the 1984 to 1989 session (from 1 January 1986 till 13 September 1987), ordered by name. See European Parliament election, 1987 (Portugal) for the first election results.


Name National party EP Group
Pereira, VirgílioVirgílio Pereira Social Democratic Party LDR
Garcia, VascoVasco Garcia Social Democratic Party LDR
Pinto Balsemão, FranciscoFrancisco Pinto Balsemão Social Democratic Party LDR
Almeida Mendes, RuiRui Almeida Mendes Social Democratic Party LDR
Condesso, FernandoFernando Condesso Social Democratic Party LDR
Lacerda de Queiróz, AntónioAntónio Lacerda de Queiróz Social Democratic Party LDR
Pereira, ManuelManuel Pereira Social Democratic Party LDR
Augusto Pinto, PedroPedro Augusto Pinto Social Democratic Party LDR
Silva Domingos, JoséJosé Silva Domingos Social Democratic Party LDR
Campinos, JorgeJorge Campinos Socialist Party SOC
Coimbra Martins, António AnteroAntónio Antero Coimbra Martins Socialist Party SOC
Crespo, RodolfoRodolfo Crespo Socialist Party SOC
Santos Gomes, Fernando ManuelFernando Manuel Santos Gomes Socialist Party SOC
Madeira, Luís FilipeLuís Filipe Madeira Socialist Party SOC
Rosa, WalterWalter Rosa Socialist Party SOC
Barros Moura, JoséJosé Barros Moura Communist Party      COM
Brito Apolonia, José AntonioJosé Antonio Brito Apolonia Communist Party      COM
Miranda, JoaquimJoaquim Miranda Communist Party      COM
Fernandes, António JoséAntónio José Fernandes Democratic Renewal Party
Marques Mendes, António JoséAntónio José Marques Mendes Democratic Renewal Party
Medeiros Ferreira, José ManuelJosé Manuel Medeiros Ferreira Democratic Renewal Party
Pegado Liz, JorgeJorge Pegado Liz Democratic Renewal Party
Pais Beirôco, Luis FilipeLuis Filipe Pais Beirôco Democratic and Social Centre–People's Party EPP
Lucas Pires, Francisco AntónioFrancisco António Lucas Pires Democratic and Social Centre–People's Party EPP
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