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

 

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

This is a list of the 14 members of the European Parliament for Slovakia in the 2004 to 2009 session.

List

Name National party EP group Votes
Peter Baco      People's Party–Movement for a Democratic Slovakia      NI 7,813
Edit Bauer      Party of the Hungarian Coalition      EPP–ED 35,892
Irena Belohorská      People's Party–Movement for a Democratic Slovakia      NI 9,738
Monika Beňová      Direction–Social Democracy      PES 64,250
Árpád Duka-Zólyomi      Party of the Hungarian Coalition      EPP–ED 12,743
Milan Gaľa      Democratic and Christian Union–Democratic Party      EPP–ED 2,466
Ján Hudacký      Christian Democratic Movement      EPP–ED 10,363
Miloš Koterec      Direction–Social Democracy      PES 879
Sergej Kozlík      People's Party–Movement for a Democratic Slovakia      NI 74,938
Vladimír Maňka      Direction–Social Democracy      PES 8,376
Miroslav Mikolášik      Christian Democratic Movement      EPP–ED 21,052
Zita Pleštinská      Democratic and Christian Union–Democratic Party      EPP–ED 1,521
Peter Šťastný      Democratic and Christian Union–Democratic Party      EPP–ED 74,447
Anna Záborská      Christian Democratic Movement      EPP–ED 25,936

Party representation

National party EP Group Seats ±
     Democratic and Christian Union–Democratic Party      EPP–ED
3 / 14
     People's Party–Movement for a Democratic Slovakia      NI
3 / 14
     Direction–Social Democracy      PES
3 / 14
     Christian Democratic Movement      EPP–ED
3 / 14
     Party of the Hungarian Coalition      EPP–ED
2 / 14

External links

  • Official website

Notes

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