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

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Members of the
European Parliament

for Bulgaria
Observers (2005)
Delegation (2007)
6th term (2007)
7th term (2009)
8th term (2014)

This is a list of the 17 members of the European Parliament for Bulgaria in the 2009 to 2014 session. One person from Democrats for a Strong Bulgaria entered the Parliament in December 2011.

List[edit]

Name National party EP Group
Slavcho Binev      Attack      NI
Preslav Borissov [1]      Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria      EPP
Mariya Gabriel      Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria      EPP
Filiz Husmenova      Movement for Rights and Freedoms      ALDE
Stanimir Ilchev [2]      National Movement for Stability and Progress (National Movement Simeon II)      ALDE
Rumiana Jeleva [3]      Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria      EPP
Ivaylo Kalfin      Coalition for Bulgaria (Socialist Party)      S&D
Metin Kazak      Movement for Rights and Freedoms      ALDE
Evgeni Kirilov      Coalition for Bulgaria (Socialist Party)      S&D
Svetoslav Malinov [4]      Blue Coalition (Democrats for a Strong Bulgaria)      EPP
Nadezhda Mihailova      Blue Coalition (Union of Democratic Forces)      EPP
Vladko Panayotov      Movement for Rights and Freedoms      ALDE
Monika Panayotova [5]      Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria      EPP
Antonia Parvanova      National Movement for Stability and Progress (National Movement Simeon II)      ALDE
Dimitar Stoyanov      Attack      NI
Vladimir Urutchev      Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria      EPP
Kristian Vigenin      Coalition for Bulgaria (Socialist Party)      S&D
Iliana Yotova      Coalition for Bulgaria (Socialist Party)      S&D

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Replaced Iliana Ivanova.
  2. ^ Replaced Meglena Kuneva.
  3. ^ Resigned in 2009, became minister of foreign affairs. Replaced by Andrey Kovatchev in July 2009. She's been also nominated for European commissioner responsible for disaster management and humanitarian aid, but she failed to answer questions about allegations over her financial interests during the Europen Commission Hearings and was replaced by Kristalina Georgieva.
  4. ^ MEP since the Lisbon Treaty.
  5. ^ Replaced Emil Stoyanov.