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

This is a list of the appointed Members of European Parliament for Spain from 1986 to 1987. The first (direct) elections were held in 1987.

List

Name National party EP Group
José Álvarez de Paz Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Víctor Manuel Arbeloa Muru Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Enrique Barón Crespo Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Carlos Barral Agesta Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Bernardo Bayona Aznar Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Carlos María Bru Purón Socialist Workers' Party SOC
José Miguel Bueno Vicente Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Esteban Caamaño Bernal Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Jesús Cabezón Alonso Socialist Workers' Party SOC
José Cabrera Bazan Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Eusebio Cano Pinto Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Juan Luis Colino Salamanca Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Joan Colom i Naval Socialist Workers' Party SOC
José Manuel Duarte Cendán Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Rafael Estrella Pedrola Socialist Workers' Party SOC
María Elena Flores Valencia Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Ludivina García Arias Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Antonio Garcia-Pagan Zamora Socialist Workers' Party SOC
José Luis Garcia Raya Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Julián Grimaldos Socialist Workers' Party SOC
José Ramón Herrero Merediz Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Zenon-José Luis Paz Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Manuel Medina Ortega Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Ana Miranda de Lage Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Francisco Oliva Garcia Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Luis Planas Puchades Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Josep Pons Grau Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Juan de Dios Ramírez-Heredia Socialist Workers' Party SOC
María Dolores Renau i Manen Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Xavier Rubert de Ventós Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Felipe Sanchez-Cuenca Martinez Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Francisco Javier Sanz Fernández Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Enrique Sapena Granell Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Mateo Sierra Bardají Socialist Workers' Party SOC
José Vázquez Fouz Socialist Workers' Party SOC
Josep Verde i Aldea Socialist Workers' Party SOC
José María Alvarez de Eulate Peñaranda People's Alliance ED
Miguel Arias Cañete People's Alliance ED
Pío Cabanillas Gallas People's Alliance ED
Manuel Cantarero del Castilla People's Alliance ED
Emilio Duran Corsanego People's Alliance ED
Arturo Juan Escuder Croft People's Alliance ED
Manuel García Amigo People's Alliance ED
José María Lafuente López People's Alliance ED
Carmen Llorca Vilaplana People's Alliance ED
Antonio Navarro (Spanish polititian) People's Alliance ED
Luis Guillermo Perinat Elio People's Alliance ED
Carlos Robles Piquer People's Alliance ED
Domènec Romera i Alcàzar People's Alliance ED
Fernando Suárez González People's Alliance ED
Julén Guimon Ugartechea      Democratic Popular Party EPP
César Llorens Barges      Democratic Popular Party EPP
Luis Vega y Escandon      Democratic Popular Party EPP
Andoni Monforte Arregui Nationalist Party (Basque Country) EPP
Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo Union of the Democratic Centre EPP
Josep Antoni Duran i Lleida Democratic Union (Catalonia) EPP
Carles-Alfred Gasòliba i Böhm Convergence and Union LDR
Carlos Manuel Bencomo Mendoza Democratic and Social Centre LDR
Juan María Bandrés Molet Eusko Alkartasuna RBW
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