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

 

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

This is a list of the 22 members of the European Parliament for Sweden in the 1999 to 2004 session.

List

Name National party EP group
Jan Andersson      Social Democratic Party      PES
Per-Arne Arvidsson      Moderate Party      EPP–ED
Gunilla Carlsson [1]      Moderate Party      EPP–ED
Charlotte Cederschiöld      Moderate Party      EPP–ED
Marianne Eriksson      Left Party      EUL–NGL
Göran Färm      Social Democratic Party      PES
Per Gahrton      Green Party      G–EFA
Ewa Hedkvist Petersen      Social Democratic Party      PES
Anneli Hulthén [2]      Social Democratic Party      PES
Staffan Linder [3]      Moderate Party      EPP–ED
Cecilia Malmström      Liberal People's Party      ELDR
Karl Erik Olsson      Centre Party      ELDR
Marit Paulsen      Liberal People's Party      ELDR
Lennart Sacrédeus      Christian Democrats      EPP–ED
Herman Schmid      Left Party      EUL–NGL
Olle Schmidt      Liberal People's Party      ELDR
Pierre Schori [4]      Social Democratic Party      PES
Inger Schörling      Green Party      G–EFA
Jonas Sjöstedt      Left Party      EUL–NGL
Per Stenmarck      Moderate Party      EPP–ED
Maj Britt Theorin      Social Democratic Party      PES
Anders Wijkman      Christian Democrats      EPP–ED

Notes

  1. ^ Resigned in 2002, became a member of the Swedish Parliament after the 2002 election. Replaced by Peder Wachtmeister on 23 October 2002.
  2. ^ Resigned in 2003. Replaced by Yvonne Sandberg-Fries on 1 February 2003.
  3. ^ Resigned in 2000 because of personal reasons. Replaced by Lisbeth Grönfeldt Bergman on 16 April 2000.
  4. ^ Resigned in 2000, became the Permanent Representative to the United Nations. Replaced by Hans Karlsson on 1 August 2000.
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