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List of members of the European Parliament for Portugal, 1987–89

This is a list of the 24 members of the European Parliament for Portugal in the 1984 to 1989 session.


Name National party EP Group
Aboim Inglez, CarlosCarlos Aboim Inglez      Communist Party      COM
Amaral, RuiRui Amaral      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Augusto Gama, JoséJosé Augusto Gama      Democratic and Social Centre–People's Party      EPP
Barros Moura, JoséJosé Barros Moura      Communist Party      COM
Campinos, JorgeJorge Campinos      Socialist Party      SOC
Coimbra Martins, AntónioAntónio Coimbra Martins      Socialist Party      SOC
Condesso, FernandoFernando Condesso      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Figueiredo Lopes, AntónioAntónio Figueiredo Lopes [1]      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Garcia, VascoVasco Garcia      Social Democratic Party      LDR
de Lourdes Pintasilgo, MariaMaria de Lourdes Pintasilgo      Socialist Party      SOC
Lucas Pires, FranciscoFrancisco Lucas Pires      Democratic and Social Centre–People's Party      EPP
Madeira, LuísLuís Madeira      Socialist Party      SOC
Marinho, LuísLuís Marinho      Socialist Party      SOC
Marques Mendes, AntónioAntónio Marques Mendes      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Medeiros Ferreira, JoséJosé Medeiros Ferreira      Democratic Renewal Party      SOC
Miranda, JoaquimJoaquim Miranda      Communist Party      COM
Pereira, ManuelManuel Pereira      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Pereira, VirgílioVirgílio Pereira      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Pimenta, CarlosCarlos Pimenta      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Pinto, PedroPedro Pinto      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Santana Lopes, PedroPedro Santana Lopes      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Santos Gomes, FernandoFernando Santos Gomes      Socialist Party      SOC
dos Santos Machado, ManuelManuel dos Santos Machado      Democratic and Social Centre–People's Party      EPP


  1. ^ Resigned in 1988. Replaced by António Lacerda de Queiróz on 16 September 1988.
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