List of members of the European Parliament for Hungary, 2009–14

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Members of the
European Parliament

for Hungary
Observers (2003)
Delegation (2004)
6th term (2004)
7th term (2009)
8th term (2014)

This is a list of the 22 members of the European Parliament for Hungary in the 2009 to 2014 session.

List[edit]

Name National party EP Group
János Áder [1] ‹See Tfm›     Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union ‹See Tfm›     EPP
Zoltán Balczó [2] ‹See Tfm›     Jobbik–The Movement for a Better Hungary ‹See Tfm›     NI
Lajos Bokros ‹See Tfm›     Democratic Forum ‹See Tfm›     ECR
Tamás Deutsch ‹See Tfm›     Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union ‹See Tfm›     EPP
Kinga Gál ‹See Tfm›     Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union ‹See Tfm›     EPP
Béla Glattfelder ‹See Tfm›     Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union ‹See Tfm›     EPP
Kinga Göncz ‹See Tfm›     Socialist Party ‹See Tfm›     S&D
Zita Gurmai ‹See Tfm›     Socialist Party ‹See Tfm›     S&D
Enikő Győri [3] ‹See Tfm›     Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union ‹See Tfm›     EPP
András Gyürk ‹See Tfm›     Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union ‹See Tfm›     EPP
Ágnes Hankiss ‹See Tfm›     Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union ‹See Tfm›     EPP
Edit Herczog ‹See Tfm›     Socialist Party ‹See Tfm›     S&D
Lívia Járóka ‹See Tfm›     Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union ‹See Tfm›     EPP
Ádám Kósa ‹See Tfm›     Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union ‹See Tfm›     EPP
Krisztina Morvai ‹See Tfm›     Jobbik–The Movement for a Better Hungary ‹See Tfm›     NI
Csaba Őry ‹See Tfm›     Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union ‹See Tfm›     EPP
Pál Schmitt [4] ‹See Tfm›     Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union ‹See Tfm›     EPP
György Schöpflin ‹See Tfm›     Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union ‹See Tfm›     EPP
László Surján ‹See Tfm›     Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union ‹See Tfm›     EPP
József Szájer ‹See Tfm›     Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union ‹See Tfm›     EPP
Csanád Szegedi ‹See Tfm›     Jobbik–The Movement for a Better Hungary ‹See Tfm›     NI
Csaba Tabajdi ‹See Tfm›     Socialist Party ‹See Tfm›     S&D

Party representation[edit]

National party EP Group Seats ±
‹See Tfm›     Fidesz–Civic Union ‹See Tfm›     EPP
14 / 22
Increase 2
‹See Tfm›     Socialist Party ‹See Tfm›     S&D
4 / 22
Decrease 5
‹See Tfm›     Jobbik–The Movement for a Better Hungary ‹See Tfm›     NI
3 / 22
Increase 3
‹See Tfm›     Democratic Forum ‹See Tfm›     EPP
1 / 22
Steady

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Resigned in 2012, became the President of Hungary. Replaced by Erik Bánki in June 2012. Erik Bánki was replaced by Balázs Hidvéghi in May 2014.
  2. ^ Resigned in 2010, became one of the deputy speakers of the Hungarian Parliament. Replaced by Béla Kovács in May 2010.
  3. ^ Resigned in 2010, became the state secretary for European Affairs in Orbán II. Replaced by Zoltán Bagó in September 2010.
  4. ^ Resigned in 2010, became the President of Hungary. Replaced by Ildikó Pelczné Gáll in June 2010.