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

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Members of the
European Parliament

for Portugal
Delegation (1986)
2nd term (1987)
3rd term (1989)
4th term (1994)
5th term (1999)
6th term (2004)
7th term (2009)

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

List[edit]

Name National party EP Group
Bastos, ReginaRegina Bastos      Social Democratic Party      EPP
Carvalho, GraçaGraça Carvalho      Social Democratic Party      EPP
Coelho, CarlosCarlos Coelho      Social Democratic Party      EPP
David, MárioMário David      Social Democratic Party      EPP
do Céu Patrão, MariaMaria do Céu Patrão      Social Democratic Party      EPP
Fernandes, JoséJosé Fernandes      Social Democratic Party      EPP
Rangel, PauloPaulo Rangel      Social Democratic Party      EPP
Teixeira, NunoNuno Teixeira      Social Democratic Party      EPP
Correia de Campos, AntónioAntónio Correia de Campos      Socialist Party      S&D
Estrela, EditeEdite Estrela      Socialist Party      S&D
Ferreira, ElisaElisa Ferreira      Socialist Party      S&D
Gomes, Ana MariaAna Maria Gomes      Socialist Party      S&D
Capoulas Santos, LuísLuís Capoulas Santos      Socialist Party      S&D
Moreira, VitalVital Moreira      Socialist Party      S&D
Alves, LuísLuís Alves      Socialist Party      S&D
Matias, MarisaMarisa Matias      Left Bloc      EUL–NGL
Tavares, RuiRui Tavares      Left Bloc (2009–2011)
     Independent
     EUL–NGL (2009–2011)
     G–EFA
Portas, MiguelMiguel Portas [1]      Left Bloc      EUL–NGL
Figueiredo, IldaIlda Figueiredo [2]      Democratic Unity Coalition (Communist Party)      EUL–NGL
Ferreira, JoãoJoão Ferreira      Democratic Unity Coalition (Communist Party)      EUL–NGL
Feio, DiogoDiogo Feio      Democratic and Social Centre–People's Party      EPP
Melo, NunoNuno Melo      Democratic and Social Centre–People's Party      EPP

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Died in 2012, replaced by Alda Sousa.
  2. ^ Resigned in 2012, replaced by Inês Zuber.