List of members of the European Parliament, 2019–2024


Below is a list of members of the European Parliament serving in the ninth term (2019–2024). It is sorted by list position or in cases of multiple constituencies, an English perception of surname treating all variations of de/di/do, van/von, Ó/Ní/Uí, and so forth as part of the collation key, even if this is not the normal practice in a member's own country. The term began on 2 July 2019.

Group breakdown at inauguration:

At the beginning of the 2019–2024 term, there were 751 members of parliament divided among the 28 member states, which changed after the United Kingdom left the European Union. 27 MEPs were seated after the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union (those elected but not yet seated MEPs are shown separately). The number of MEPs decreased to 705 after that.

Political groups


The European Parliament is divided into several political groups:

Members of the European Parliament


Austria

Belgium

Bulgaria

Croatia

Cyprus

Czech Republic

Denmark

Estonia

Finland

France

Germany

Greece

Hungary

Ireland

Italy

Latvia

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Malta

Netherlands

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Slovakia

Slovenia

Spain

Sweden

Former MEPs of the United Kingdom


See also


References


  1. Karoline Edtstadler was appointed as Head of the Chancellory in the Austrian Government.
  2. Heinz-Christian Strache was originally elected with preference votes but opted not to take his seat, Petra Steger who was next on the list, also declined.
  3. Werner Kogler was originally elected but opted not to take his seat.
  4. MEP gaining the seat after Brexit.
  5. Patsy Vatlet was originally elected but chose not to take her seat.
  6. Kris Peeters resigned his seat after becoming vice-president of the European Investment Bank.
  7. Petra De Sutter resigned the seat after being appointed as one of the Deputy Prime Ministers of Belgium.
  8. Paul Magnette was originally elected but he opted not to take his seat.
  9. Mariya Gabriel was originally elected but opted to stay as European Commissioner. Lilyana Pavlova who should take over the seat, was nominated Vice-President of the European Investment Bank.
  10. Mustafa Karadayi was originally elected but opted not to take his seat.
  11. Delyan Peevski was originally elected but opted not to take his seat.
  12. Dubravka Šuica resigned her seat after joining the European Commission
  13. Solutions, BDigital Web. "EDEK party shrinks as turmoil escalates over ousted MEP". knews.com.cy. Retrieved 2020-06-02.
  14. Jeppe Kofod did not take his seat, as he was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs. His resignation from this seat was effective on 2 July 2019.
  15. Karsten Hønge was originally elected but opted not to take his seat.
  16. https://twitter.com/GreensEP/status/1135911169036709892
  17. Klaus Buchner resigned on 15 July 2020.
  18. Semina Digeni was originally elected but opted not to take her seat.
  19. Kyriakos Velopoulos resigned his seat on 7 July 2019 when he was elected member of the Hellenic Parliament.
  20. József Szájer resigned his seat after a scandal.
  21. Bertalan Tóth was elected but did not take his seat.
  22. Mairead McGuinness resigned her seat after being appointed European Commissioner for Financial Stability, Financial Services and the Capital Markets Union.
  23. Matt Carthy was elected as Teachta Dála at the 2020 Irish general election.
  24. Matteo Salvini opted not to take his seats, Adinolfi is his replacement in South
  25. Matteo Salvini opted not to take his seats, Campomenosi is his replacement in North-West
  26. Matteo Salvini opted not to take his seats, Conte is his replacement in North-East
  27. Matteo Salvini opted not to take his seats, Donato is his replacement in Insulare
  28. Bartolo was elected in two constituencies, replacements in Centre is Roberto Gualtieri.
  29. Roberto Gualtieri was appointed Minister of Finance in September 2019.
  30. Berlusconi was elected in three constituencies, he chose North-West.
  31. Berlusconi's replacement in South.
  32. Berlusconi's replacement in Insulare
  33. Giorgia Meloni opted not to take her seats, Fiocchi is her replacement in North-West
  34. Giorgia Meloni opted not to take her seats, Fitto is her replacement in South
  35. Giorgia Meloni opted not to take her seats, Procaccini is her replacement in Centre
  36. Giorgia Meloni opted not to take her seats, Stancanelli is her replacement in Insulare
  37. Valdis Dombrovskis decided to stay in the European Commission and did not take his seat.
  38. Originally Šarūnas Marčiulionis was elected but opted not to take the seat.
  39. Nicolas Schmit resigned his seat after joining the European Commission.
  40. Miriam Dalli resigned her seat after she was co-opted to the Maltese Parliament.
  41. Kati Piri resigned her seat after being elected to the Dutch House of Representatives.
  42. Frans Timmermans did not take his seat. The resignation from it was effective 2 July 2019. The seat was taken up by Lara Wolters two days later.
  43. Derk Jan Eppink resigned his seat after being elected to the Dutch House of Representatives.
  44. Thierry Baudet was originally elected on preferential votes but did not take his seat.
  45. Dorien Rookmaker left FvD in August 2019.
  46. André Bradford died on 18 July 2019.
  47. Adina Vălean resigned her seat after joining the European Commission.
  48. Cristian Ghinea resigned his seat after being appointed Minister of Investments and European Projects of Romania.
  49. Clotilde Armand resigned her seat after being elected as mayor of Sector 1 of Bucharest.
  50. Victor Ponta was originally elected but did not take the seat.
  51. Josep Borrell opted not to take his seat.
  52. "European Parliament goes against Spain and recognises Catalan politicians as MEPs". ElNacional.cat. Retrieved 2020-01-07.
  53. Oriol Junqueras who was originally elected was not seated.
  54. Fredrick Federley resigned his seat on 12 December 2020.
  55. Alyn Smith was elected MP for Stirling in the House of Commons.

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