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Non-Inscrits (abbreviated NI; English: Non-Attached Members, abbreviated NA[1]) are Members of the European Parliament (MEP) who do not sit in one of the recognised political groups.

These MEPs may be members of a national party, or of a European political party, but for a political grouping to be formed in the European Parliament there need to be 25 MEPs from seven different states. Being part of a group grants access to state funds and committee seats, but the group members must be ideologically tied. Groups of convenience, such as the Technical Group of Independents, previously existed, but are no longer allowed, and the minimum requirements for group formation have been raised, forcing less numerous elements to sit as NIs.[clarification needed]

Political ideologies displayed by the Non-Inscrits range from communism and social liberalism to populism, conservatism, national conservatism, nationalism and neo-nazism. As of 2015 however, the Non-Inscrits mostly consist of far-right parties.[2]

In the 6th European Parliament 23 right-wing NIs briefly formed the Identity, Tradition, Sovereignty group at the start of 2007, but it collapsed on 14 November 2007 due to internal disagreements.[citation needed]

Current Non-Inscrits (2014–2019)[edit]

Source: [1]

Country # National Party MEP EU party
 Austria 4 Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ)
Freiheitliche Partei Österreichs
Barbara Kappel (de) EAF
Georg Mayer (de)
Franz Obermayr
Harald Vilimsky (de)
 Belgium 1 Flemish Interest
Vlaams Belang
Gerolf Annemans
 France 23 National Front (FN)
Front National
Louis Aliot
Marie-Christine Arnautu
Nicolas Bay
Dominique Bilde (fr)
Marie-Christine Boutonnet (fr)
Steeve Briois
Aymeric Chauprade
Mireille d'Ornano (fr)
Édouard Ferrand
Sylvie Goddyn (fr)
Bruno Gollnisch
Jean-François Jalkh (fr)
Gilles Lebreton (fr)
Jean-Marie Le Pen
Marine Le Pen
Philippe Loiseau
(Replacing Jeanne Pothain (pl), who resigned before sitting)[3][4]
Dominique Martin (fr)
Joëlle Mélin (fr)
Bernard Monot (fr)
Sophie Montel
Florian Philippot
Jean-Luc Schaffhauser (fr)
Mylène Troszczynski (fr)
 Germany 1 Die PARTEI Martin Sonneborn None
1 National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD)
Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands
Udo Voigt ENF
 Greece 3 Golden Dawn
Χρυσή Αυγή, Chrysí Avgí
Georgios Epitideios (fr)
Lambros Foundoulis (fr)
Eleftherios Synadinos (fr)
2 Communist Party of Greece (KKE)
Κομμουνιστικό Κόμμα Ελλάδας
Kommounistikó Kómma Elládas
Konstantinos Papadakis INITIATIVE
Sotirios Zarianopoulos
 Hungary 3 Jobbik
Jobbik Magyarországért Mozgalom
Zoltán Balczó AENM
Béla Kovács
Krisztina Morvai
 Italy 5 Northern League
Lega Nord
Mara Bizzotto EAF
Mario Borghezio
Gianluca Buonanno (it)
Matteo Salvini
Lorenzo Fontana
(Replaced on 11 July 2014 Flavio Tosi, who resigned to remain mayor of Verona)
 Latvia 1 Latvian Farmers' Union
Zaļo un Zemnieku savienība
Iveta Grigule
(from 16 October 2014, after leaving EFDD)
 Netherlands 4 Party for Freedom (PVV)
Partij voor de Vrijheid
Marcel de Graaff EAF
Hans Jansen
(Died on 5 May 2015. Was replacing Geert Wilders, elected but who does not sit)
Vicky Maeijer
Olaf Stuger
 Poland 4 Congress of the New Right (KNP)
Kongres Nowej Prawicy
Robert Iwaszkiewicz
(until 20 October 2014, before joining EFDD)
Janusz Korwin-Mikke
Michał Marusik (pl)
Stanisław Żółtek (pl)
 United Kingdom 1 Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Diane Dodds None

Historic Non-Inscrits[edit]

Non-Inscrits 2009–2014[edit]

Country # National Party MEP EU party
 Austria 1 Hans-Peter Martin's List Hans-Peter Martin None
2 formerly Hans-Peter Martin's List Martin Ehrenhauser None
Angelika Werthmann None
2 Freedom Party Andreas Mölzer None
Franz Obermayr None
1 Alliance for the Future of Austria (formerly Freedom Party) Ewald Stadler None
 Belgium 1 Flemish Interest Philip Claeys None
 Bulgaria 2 Attack Dimitar Stoyanov None
 France 3 Front National Bruno Gollnisch AENM
Jean-Marie Le Pen None
Marine Le Pen None
 Hungary 3 Jobbik Béla Kovács None
Krisztina Morvai None
Csanád Szegedi None
 Italy 1 Northern League Mario Borghezio MELD?
 Ireland 1 formerly Labour Nessa Childers None
 Netherlands 3 Party for Freedom Lucas Hartong None
Auke Zijlstra None
Patricia van der Kammen None
1 Article 50 (formerly Party for Freedom) Daniël van der Stoep None
1 (formerly Party for Freedom) Laurence Stassen None
 Romania 2 Greater Romania Party Claudiu Ciprian Tănăsescu None
Corneliu Vadim Tudor None
1 New Generation Party – Christian Democratic George Becali None
 Spain 1 Union, Progress and Democracy Francisco Sosa Wagner None
 United Kingdom
1 British National Party Nick Griffin AENM
1 British Democratic Party (formerly British National Party) Andrew Brons None
1 Democratic Unionist Party Diane Dodds None
1 We Demand a Referendum (formerly UKIP) Nikki Sinclaire None
1 UKIP[5][6] Trevor Colman None

Non-Inscrits 2004–2009[edit]

Country # National Party MEP EU party
 Austria 2 1 Hans-Peter Martin's List (Liste Dr. Hans-Peter Martin) Hans-Peter Martin None
1 Freedom Party Andreas Mölzer None
 Belgium 3 Flemish Interest Philip Claeys None
Koenraad Dillen None
Frank Vanhecke None
 Bulgaria 3 National Union Attack
Dimitar Stoyanov None
Slavcho Binev None
Desislav Chukolov None
 Czech Republic 1 Independent Democrats (Nezávislí demokraté) Jana Bobošíková None
 France 7 National Front Bruno Gollnisch Euronat
Carl Lang Euronat
Jean-Marie Le Pen Euronat
Marine Le Pen Euronat
Fernand Le Rachinel Euronat
Jean-Claude Martinez Euronat
Lydia Schenardi Euronat
 Italy 3 1 Olive Tree (Uniti nell'Ulivo) Gianni Rivera None
1 Social Alternative Roberto Fiore None
1 Tricolour Flame Luca Romagnoli Euronat
 Poland 2 League of Polish Families (Liga Polskich Rodzin) Sylwester Chruszcz None
Maciej Giertych None
 Slovakia 3 People's Party – Movement for a Democratic Slovakia
(Ľudová strana – Hnutie za demokratické Slovensko)
Peter Baco None
Irena Belohorská None
Sergej Kozlík None
 United Kingdom 4 1 Traditional Unionist Voice Jim Allister ADIE
1 formerly UKIP Ashley Mote None
1 formerly UKIP Robert Kilroy-Silk None
1 formerly UKIP Tom Wise None

Non-Inscrits 1999–2004[edit]

Country # National Party MEP EU party
 Austria 5 Freedom Party Gerhard Hager None
Wolfgang Ilgenfritz None
Hans Kronberger None
Daniela Raschhofer None
Peter Sichrovsky None
 Belgium 2 Vlaams Blok Philip Claeys None
Koenraad Dillen None
 Belgium 1 Independent Ward Beysen[7] None
 Denmark 3 June Movement Bent Andersen None
Jens-Peter Bonde None
Ulla Sandbæk None
 France 5 National Front Charles de Gaulle Euronat
Bruno Gollnisch Euronat
Carl Lang Euronat
Jean-Claude Martinez Euronat
Marie-France Stirbois Euronat
 France 5 Individual members of Rally for France Elizabeth Montfort[8]
Thierry de la Perriere[9]
Dominique Souchet[9]
Nicole Thomas-Mauro[9]
Alexandre Varaut[9]
 Italy 7 Italian Radicals Emma Bonino ELDR
Marco Cappato ELDR
Gianfranco Dell'alba ELDR
Benedetto Della Vedova ELDR
Olivier Dupuis ELDR
Marco Pannella ELDR
Maurizio Turco ELDR
 Italy 4 Lega Nord Mario Borghezio None
Marco Formentini[10] None
Gian Paolo Gobbo None
Francesco Speroni None
 Italy 1 Tricolour Flame Roberto Felix Billard[11] None
 Spain 1 Batasuna Koldo Gorostiaga Atxalandabaso None
 United Kingdom 1 Democratic Unionist Party Ian Paisley None

Non-Inscrits 1994–1999[edit]

Non-Inscrits 1989–1994[edit]

Non-Inscrits 1984–1989[edit]

Non-Inscrits 1979–1984[edit]


  1. ^ the English name is also official, but the French name is prevalent even in English texts
  2. ^
  3. ^ "Minutes of the sitting of Thursday 3 July 2014". European Parliament. Retrieved 26 July 2014. 
  4. ^ "L'Orléanaise Jeanne Pothain (FN) démissionne de son mandat de députée européenne" [Orleans' Jeanne Pothain (FN) resigns her MEP seat]. La République du Centre (fr) (in French). 26 June 2014. Retrieved 26 July 2014. 
  5. ^ "Mike Nattress rejoin EFD". Retrieved 07/01/2013.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  6. ^ Retrieved 2013-01-19.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  7. ^ Left the Open Flemish Liberals and Democrats in 2003.
  8. ^ Member of Union for Europe of the Nations until 2001, Non-Inscrit from 2001 to 2003, and member of European People's Party (European Parliament group) from 2003.
  9. ^ a b c d Member of Union for Europe of the Nations until 2001.
  10. ^ Joined the Group of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe on 5.10.1999.
  11. ^ Joined the Union for Europe of the Nations in 2001.