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Nikos Chrysogelos

Nikos Chrysogelos
Νίκος Χρυσόγελος
Member of the European Parliament
for Greece
Assumed office
2 February 2012
Preceded by Michalis Tremopoulos
Personal details
Born (1959-05-13) May 13, 1959
Athens, Greece
Political party Greens (since 2014),
Ecologist Greens (–2014)
Profession Chemist

Nikos Chrysogelos (Greek: Νίκος Χρυσόγελος) (born 13 May 1959 in Athens) is a Greek chemist and politician. In 2012, he replaced Michalis Tremopoulos as a member of the European Parliament for the Ecologist Greens. In 2014 he however left his party to found the new Greens party which in the January 2015 legislative election formed a common electoral list with Democratic Left,[1] but clearly missed the 3% electoral threshold.


  1. ^ "Green change in Greece".  

External links

  • Official website
  • Nikos ChrysogelosPersonal profile of in the European Parliament's database of members
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