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List of observers to the European Parliament for Croatia, 2012–13

 

List of observers to the European Parliament for Croatia, 2012–13

This is a list of the 12 observers to the European Parliament for Croatia in the 2009 to 2014 session. They were appointed by the Croatian Parliament to be observers from 1 April 2012 until the accession of Croatia to the EU on 1 July 2013.[1]

List

Name National party EP Group Committee
Ingrid Antičević-Marinović      Social Democratic Party      S&D Liberties
Biljana Borzan      Social Democratic Party      S&D Transport
Davor Božinović      Democratic Union      EPP Foreign Affairs
Boro Grubišić      Croatian Democratic Alliance of Slavonia and Baranja      NI Agriculture
Romana Jerković      Social Democratic Party      S&D Environment
Frano Matušić      Democratic Union      EPP Culture
Tonino Picula      Social Democratic Party      S&D Foreign Affairs
Andrej Plenković      Democratic Union      EPP Budget
Milorad Pupovac      Independent Democratic Serb Party      S&D Budget
Jozo Radoš      Croatian People's Party–Liberal Democrats      ALDE Foreign Affairs
Tanja Vrbat      Social Democratic Party      S&D Constitutional Affairs
Nikola Vuljanić      Labourists–Labour Party      S&D Culture

References

  1. ^ "Zastupnici promatrači Hrvatskoga sabora u Europskom parlamentu" (in Croatian).  

Sources

  • The Observers in the European Parliament
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