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List of members of the European Parliament for Portugal, 1989–94


List of members of the European Parliament for Portugal, 1989–94

This is a list of the 24 members of the European Parliament for Portugal in the 1989 to 1994 session.


Name National party EP Group
Amaral, RuiRui Amaral      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Capucho, AntónioAntónio Capucho      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Garcia, VascoVasco Garcia      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Marques Mendes, António JoaquimAntónio Joaquim Marques Mendes      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Mendes Bota, JoséJosé Mendes Bota      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Pereira, VirgílioVirgílio Pereira [1]      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Pimenta, CarlosCarlos Pimenta      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Porto, ManuelManuel Porto      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Salema Martins, MargaridaMargarida Salema Martins      Social Democratic Party      LDR
Belo, MariaMaria Belo      Socialist Party      SOC
Manuel Canavarro, PedroPedro Manuel Canavarro      Socialist Party      SOC
Coimbra Martins, António AnteroAntónio Antero Coimbra Martins      Socialist Party      SOC
Cravinho, JoãoJoão Cravinho      Socialist Party      SOC
Santos Gomes, Fernando ManuelFernando Manuel Santos Gomes [2]      Socialist Party      SOC
da Cunha Oliveira, ArturArtur da Cunha Oliveira      Socialist Party      SOC
Marinho, LuísLuís Marinho      Socialist Party      SOC
Torres Couto, José ManuelJosé Manuel Torres Couto      Socialist Party      SOC
Barros Moura, JoséJosé Barros Moura      Democratic Unity Coalition      LU
Carvalhas, CarlosCarlos Carvalhas      Democratic Unity Coalition (Communist Party)      LU
Miranda, JoaquimJoaquim Miranda      Democratic Unity Coalition (Communist Party)      LU
Santos, Maria AméliaMaria Amélia Santos      Democratic Unity Coalition      LU
Pais Beirôco, Luis FilipeLuis Filipe Pais Beirôco      Democratic and Social Centre      EPP
Carvalho Cardoso, José VicenteJosé Vicente Carvalho Cardoso      Democratic and Social Centre      EPP
Caso Garcia, José RamónJosé Ramón Caso Garcia [3]      Democratic and Social Centre      EPP

See also


  1. ^ Resigned in 1994
  2. ^ Resigned in 1993
  3. ^ Resigned in 1989
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