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List of members of the European Parliament for Sweden, 2014–19

 

List of members of the European Parliament for Sweden, 2014–19

This is a list of the 20 members of the European Parliament for Sweden in the 2014 to 2019 session.

List

Name National party EP Group Votes[1]
Lars Adaktusson      Christian Democrats      EPP 107,897
Max Andersson      Green Party      G–EFA 6,822
Malin Björk      Left Party      EUL–NGL 39,942
Bodil Ceballos      Green Party      G–EFA 8,961
Anna Maria Corazza Bildt      Moderate Party      EPP 83,068
Peter Eriksson      Green Party      G–EFA 58,623
Fredrick Federley      Centre Party      ALDE 32,844
Christofer Fjellner      Moderate Party      EPP 39,816
Jytte Guteland      Social Democratic Party      S&D 38,970
Anna Hedh      Social Democratic Party      S&D 16,664
Gunnar Hökmark      Moderate Party      EPP 61,285
Isabella Lövin      Green Party      G–EFA 133,765
Olle Ludvigsson      Social Democratic Party      S&D 38,705
Peter Lundgren      Sweden Democrats      EFDD 27,628
Jens Nilsson      Social Democratic Party      S&D 19,887
Marit Paulsen      Liberal People's Party      ALDE 144,364
Soraya Post      Feminist Initiative      S&D 76,211
Marita Ulvskog      Social Democratic Party      S&D 176,721
Cecilia Wikström      Liberal People's Party      ALDE 41,328
Kristina Winberg      Sweden Democrats      EFDD 43,643

References

  1. ^ http://www.val.se/val/ep2014/slutresultat/E/rike/personroster.html
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