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List of members of the European Parliament for Sweden, 1995–99

 

List of members of the European Parliament for Sweden, 1995–99

This is a list of the 22 members of the European Parliament for Sweden in the 1994 to 1999 session.

List

Name National party EP Group
Ahlqvist, BirgittaBirgitta Ahlqvist Social Democratic Party PES
Andersson, JanJan Andersson Social Democratic Party PES
Carlsson, GunillaGunilla Carlsson Moderate Party EPP
Cars, HadarHadar Cars Liberal People's Party ELDR
Cederschiöld, CharlotteCharlotte Cederschiöld Moderate Party EPP
Eriksson, MarianneMarianne Eriksson Left Party EUL–NGL
Gahrton, PerPer Gahrton Green Party G
Holm, UlfUlf Holm Green Party G
Hulthén, AnneliAnneli Hulthén Social Democratic Party PES
Linder, StaffanStaffan Linder Moderate Party EPP
Lindholm, MaLouMaLou Lindholm Green Party G
Lindqvist, HansHans Lindqvist Centre Party ELDR
Lööw, Maj-LisMaj-Lis Lööw Social Democratic Party PES
Olsson, KarlKarl Olsson Centre Party ELDR
Schörling, IngerInger Schörling Green Party G
Sjöstedt, JonasJonas Sjöstedt Left Party EUL–NGL
Stenmarck, PerPer Stenmarck Moderate Party EPP
Svensson, JörnJörn Svensson Left Party EUL–NGL
Theorin, MajMaj Theorin Social Democratic Party PES
Virgin, IvarIvar Virgin Moderate Party EPP
Waidelich, TommyTommy Waidelich Social Democratic Party PES
Wibe, SörenSören Wibe Social Democratic Party PES
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