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


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

This is a list of the 24 members of the European Parliament for Portugal in the 2004 to 2009 session.


Name National party EP Group
Francisco Assis      Socialist Party      PES
Luis Capoulas      Socialist Party      PES
Paulo Casaca      Socialist Party      PES
Carlos Coelho      Social Democratic Party      EPP–ED
Fausto Correia [1]      Socialist Party      PES
Manuel dos Santos      Socialist Party      PES
Maria Esteves      Social Democratic Party      EPP–ED
Edite Estrela      Socialist Party      PES
Emanuel Fernandes      Socialist Party      PES
Elisa Ferreira      Socialist Party      PES
Ilda Figueiredo      Communist Party      EUL–NGL
Duarte Freitas      Social Democratic Party      EPP–ED
Ana Maria Gomes      Socialist Party      PES
Vasco Graça Moura      Social Democratic Party      EPP–ED
Jamila Madeira      Socialist Party      PES
Sérgio Marques      Social Democratic Party      EPP–ED
João Pinheiro      Social Democratic Party      EPP–ED
Miguel Portas      Left Bloc      EUL–NGL
Luís Queiró      Democratic and Social Centre–People's Party      EPP–ED
José Ribeiro      Democratic and Social Centre–People's Party      EPP–ED
Sérgio Ribeiro [2]      Communist Party      EUL–NGL
José Silva      Social Democratic Party      EPP–ED
Sérgio Sousa      Socialist Party      PES


  1. ^ Died in 2007, replaced by Armando França on 9 October 2007.
  2. ^ Resigned in 2005, replaced by Pedro Guerreiro on 13 January 2005.
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