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List of members of the European Parliament for Sweden, 2004–09

This is a list of the 19 members of the European Parliament for Sweden in the 2004 to 2009 session.


Name National party EP Group
Jan Andersson      Social Democratic Party      PES
Maria Carlshamre      Liberal People's Party      ALDE
Charlotte Cederschiöld      Moderate Party      EPP–ED
Lena Ek      Centre Party      ALDE
Christofer Fjellner      Moderate Party      EPP–ED
Hélène Goudin      June List      IND&DEM
Anna Hedh      Social Democratic Party      PES
Ewa Hedkvist Petersen [1]      Social Democratic Party      PES
Gunnar Hökmark      Moderate Party      EPP–ED
Anna Ibrisagic      Moderate Party      EPP–ED
Nils Lundgren      June List      IND&DEM
Cecilia Malmström [2]      Liberal People's Party      ALDE
Carl Schlyter      Green Party      G–EFA
Inger Segelström      Social Democratic Party      PES
Jonas Sjöstedt [3]      Left Party      EUL–NGL
Eva-Britt Svensson      Left Party      EUL–NGL
Åsa Westlund      Social Democratic Party      PES
Anders Wijkman      Christian Democrats      EPP–ED
Lars Wohlin      June List      IND&DEM


  1. ^ Resigned in 2007. Replaced by Göran Färm on 1 February 2007.
  2. ^ Resigned in 2006, became the Minister for EU Affairs in Reinfeldt I. Replaced by Olle Schmidt on 19 October 2006.
  3. ^ Resigned in 2006 following his move to New York City (United States). Replaced by Jens Holm on 27 September 2006.
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