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List of members of the European Parliament for Spain, 1999–2004

This is a list of the 64 members of the European Parliament for Spain in the 1999 to 2004 session.

List

Name National party EP Group
Pedro Aparicio Sánchez      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
María Antonia Avilés Perea      People's Party      EPP–ED
María del Pilar Ayuso González      People's Party      EPP–ED
Enrique Barón Crespo      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Juan José Bayona de Perogordo      People's Party      EPP–ED
Luis Berenguer Fuster      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
María Luisa Bergaz Conesa      United Left      EUL–NGL
Felipe Camisón Asensio      People's Party      EPP–ED
Carlos Carnero González      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Alejandro Cercas      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Carmen Cerdeira Morterero      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Joan Colom i Naval      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Rosa M. Díez González      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Bárbara Dührkop Dührkop      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Fernando Fernández Martín      People's Party      EPP–ED
Juan Manuel Ferrández Lezaun      G–EFA
Concepció Ferrer      People's Party      EPP–ED
Gerardo Galeote Quecedo      People's Party      EPP–ED
José Manuel García-Margallo y Marfil      People's Party      EPP–ED
Cristina García-Orcoyen Tormo      People's Party      EPP–ED
Salvador Garriga Polledo      People's Party      EPP–ED
Carles-Alfred Gasòliba i Böhm      ELDR
José María Gil-Robles Gil-Delgado      People's Party      EPP–ED
Koldo Gorostiaga Atxalandabaso      Unity (Basque Country)      NI
Cristina Gutiérrez-Cortines      People's Party      EPP–ED
Jorge Salvador Hernández Mollar      People's Party      EPP–ED
María Esther Herranz García      People's Party      EPP–ED
Juan de Dios Izquierdo Collado      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
María Izquierdo Rojo      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Salvador Jové Peres      United Left      EUL–NGL
Gorka Knörr      G–EFA
Pedro Marset Campos      United Left      EUL–NGL
Miguel Angel Martínez Martínez      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Miquel Mayol i Raynal      G–EFA
Manuel Medina Ortega      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
íñigo Méndez de Vigo      People's Party      EPP–ED
José María Mendiluce Pereiro      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Emilio Menéndez del Valle      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Rosa Miguélez Ramos      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Ana Miranda de Lage      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Enrique Monsonís Domingo      ELDR
Juan Andrés Naranjo Escobar      People's Party      EPP–ED
Camilo Nogueira Román      G–EFA
Raimon Obiols i Germà      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Juan Ojeda Sanz      People's Party      EPP–ED
Marcelino Oreja Arburúa      People's Party      EPP–ED
Josu Ortuondo Larrea      G–EFA
Manuel Pérez Álvarez      People's Party      EPP–ED
Fernando Pérez Royo      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
José Javier Pomés Ruiz      People's Party      EPP–ED
Alonso José Puerta      United Left      EUL–NGL
Encarnación Redondo jiménez      People's Party      EPP–ED
Mónica Ridruejo      People's Party      EPP–ED
Carlos Ripoll y Martínez de Bedoya      People's Party      EPP–ED
María Rodríguez Ramos      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
José Ignacio Salafranca Sánchez-Neyra      People's Party      EPP–ED
Francisca Sauquillo Pérez del Arco      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
María Sornosa Martínez      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Anna Terrón i Cusí      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Jaime Valdivielso de Cué      People's Party      EPP–ED
María Elena Valenciano Martínez-Orozco      Socialist Workers' Party      PES
Joan Vallvé      ELDR
Daniel Varela Suanzes-Carpegna      People's Party      EPP–ED
Alejo Vidal-Quadras Roca      People's Party      EPP–ED

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