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List of members of the European Parliament for Spain, 2009–14


List of members of the European Parliament for Spain, 2009–14

This is a list of the 50 members of the European Parliament for Spain in the 2009 to 2014 session. Two people from Socialist Workers' Party, one from Coalition for Europe and one from People's Party entered the Parliament in December 2011, bringing the number of Spanish MEPs back to 54.


Name National party EP Group
Pablo Arias Echeverría      People's Party      EPP
María del Pilar Ayuso González      People's Party      EPP
Luis de Grandes Pascual      People's Party      EPP
Pilar del Castillo Vera      People's Party      EPP
Agustín Díaz de Mera García Consuegra      People's Party      EPP
Rosa Estaràs Ferragut      People's Party      EPP
Carmen Fraga Estévez      People's Party      EPP
José García-Margallo y Marfil[1]      People's Party      EPP
Salvador Garriga Polledo      People's Party      EPP
Cristina Gutiérrez-Cortines Corral      People's Party      EPP
María Esther Herranz García      People's Party      EPP
Santiago Fisas Ayxelá      People's Party      EPP
Carlos José Iturgaiz Angulo      People's Party      EPP
Teresa Jimznez-Becerril Barrio      People's Party      EPP
Verónica Lope Fontagne      People's Party      EPP
Antonio López-Istúriz White      People's Party      EPP
Gabriel Mato Adrover      People's Party      EPP
Jaime Mayor Oreja      People's Party      EPP
Francisco José Millán Mon      People's Party      EPP
Íñigo Méndez de Vigo Montojo [2]      People's Party      EPP
José Salafranca Sánchez-Neira      People's Party      EPP
Alejo Vidal-Quadras Roca      Vox      EPP
Pablo Zalba Bidegain      People's Party      EPP
Eva Ortiz Vilella [3]      People's Party      EPP
Salvador Sedó [4]      Coalition for Europe (     Democratic Union of Catalonia)      EPP
Magdalena Álvarez[5]      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Josefa Andrés Barea      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Inés Ayala      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
María Badía      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Alejandro Cercas      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Ricardo Cortes Lastra      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Iratxe García      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Eider Gardiazabal Rubial      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Enrique Guerrero Salom      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Ramón Jáuregui Atondo[6]      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Juan Fernando López Aguilar      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Miguel Ángel Martínez Martínez      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Antonio Masip Hidalgo      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Emilio Menéndez      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
María Muñiz de Urquiza      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Raimon Obiols i Germà      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Juan Andrés Perelló Rodríguez      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Teresa Riera      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Carmen Romero López      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Antolín Sánchez      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Luis Yáñez-Barnuevo      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Vicente Miguel Garcés Ramón [7]      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Dolores García-Hierro [8]      Socialist Workers' Party      S&D
Izaskun Bilbao      Coalition for Europe (     Basque Nationalist Party)      ALDE
Ramon Tremosa      Coalition for Europe (     Democratic Convergence of Catalonia)      ALDE
Francisco Sosa Wagner      Union, Progress and Democracy      NI
Willy Meyer Pleite      The Left (     United Left)      EUL–NGL
Raül Romeva      The Left (     Initiative for Catalonia Greens)      G–EFA
Oriol Junqueras [9]      Europe of the Peoples–Greens (     Republican Left of Catalonia)      G–EFA


  1. ^ Resigned in 2011, replaced by María Auxiliadora Correa Zamora on 13 January 2012.
  2. ^ Resigned in 2011, replaced by Juan Andrés Naranjo Escobar on 13 January 2012.
  3. ^ MEP since the Lisbon Treaty.
  4. ^ MEP since the Lisbon Treaty.
  5. ^ Resigned in 2010, replaced by Sergio Gutiérrez Prieto on 19 July 2010.
  6. ^ Resigned in 2010, replaced by María Irigoyen Pérez on 16 November 2010.
  7. ^ MEP since the Lisbon Treaty.
  8. ^ MEP since the Lisbon Treaty.
  9. ^ Resigned in 2011, replaced by Ana Miranda Paz on 1 January 2012.

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