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

This is a list of the 25 members of the European Parliament for Portugal in the 1999 to 2004 session.


Name National party EP Group
Teresa Almeida Garrett      Social Democratic Party      EPP–ED
Regina Bastos      Social Democratic Party      EPP–ED
António Carlos Ribeiro Campos      Socialist Party      PES
Carlos Candal      Socialist Party      PES
Raquel Cardoso      Social Democratic Party      EPP–ED
Maria Carrilho      Socialist Party      PES
Paulo Casaca      Socialist Party      PES
Carlos Coelho      Social Democratic Party      EPP–ED
Elisa Maria Damião      Socialist Party      PES
Ilda Figueiredo      Democratic Unity Coalition      EUL–NGL
João Gouveia      Social Democratic Party      EPP–ED
Vasco Graça Moura      Social Democratic Party      EPP–ED
Carlos Lage      Socialist Party      PES
Luís Marinho      Socialist Party      PES
Sérgio Marques      Social Democratic Party      EPP–ED
Joaquim Miranda      Democratic Unity Coalition      EUL–NGL
José Pacheco Pereira      Social Democratic Party      EPP–ED
Joaquim Piscarreta      Social Democratic Party      EPP–ED
Luís Queiró      Democratic and Social Centre–People's Party      UEN
José Ribeiro e Castro      Democratic and Social Centre–People's Party      UEN
Manuel António dos Santos      Socialist Party      PES
Mário Soares      Socialist Party      PES
Sérgio Sousa Pinto      Socialist Party      PES
Helena Torres Marques      Socialist Party      PES
Joaquim Vairinhos      Socialist Party      PES


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