List of members of the European Parliament for Hungary, 2004–09

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Members of the
European Parliament

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

This is a list of the 24 members of the European Parliament for Hungary in the 2004 to 2009 session.

List[edit]

Name National party EP Group
Etelka Barsiné Pataky      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP–ED
Zsolt Becsey      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP–ED
Gábor Demszky [1]      Alliance of Free Democrats      ALDE
Alexandra Dobolyi      Socialist Party      PES
Szabolcs Fazakas      Socialist Party      PES
Kinga Gál      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP–ED
Béla Glattfelder      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP–ED
Zita Gurmai      Socialist Party      PES
András Gyürk      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP–ED
Gábor Harangozó      Socialist Party      PES
Gyula Hegyi      Socialist Party      PES
Edit Herczog      Socialist Party      PES
Lívia Járóka      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP–ED
Magda Kósáné Kovács      Socialist Party      PES
Katalin Lévai      Socialist Party      PES
Péter Olajos      Democratic Forum      EPP–ED
Csaba Őry      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP–ED
István Pálfi [2]      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP–ED
Pál Schmitt      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP–ED
György Schöpflin      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP–ED
László Surján      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP–ED
József Szájer      Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP–ED
István Szent-Iványi      Alliance of Free Democrats      ALDE
Csaba Sándor Tabajdi      Socialist Party      PES

Party representation[edit]

National party EP Group Seats ±
     Fidesz–Hungarian Civic Union      EPP–ED
12 / 24
     Socialist Party      PES
9 / 24
     Alliance of Free Democrats      ALDE
2 / 24
     Democratic Forum      EPP–ED
1 / 24

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Resigned in 2004 because he couldn't be Mayor of Budapest and MEP in the same time. Replaced by Viktória Mohácsi on 1 December 2004.
  2. ^ Died in 2006. Replaced by Antonio De Blasio.