Quaestor (European Parliament)
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The current Quaestors, elected 2 July 2014, are:
14 July 2009 to 17 January 2012 
17 January 2012 to 2 July 2014 
|Astrid Lulling||Luxembourg||Christian Social People's Party||EPP|
|Mia De Vits||Belgium||Socialist Party Differently||PES|
|Jim Nicholson||United Kingdom||Ulster Unionist Party||EPP|
|Szabolcs Fazakas (served 2007-2009 only)||Hungary||Hungarian Socialist Party||PES|
|Ingo Friedrich (served 2007-2009 only)||Germany||Christian Social Union in Bavaria||EPP|
|Jan Mulder (served 2007-2009 only)||Netherlands||People's Party for Freedom and Democracy||ALDE|
|Godelieve Quisthoudt-Rowohl (served 2004-2007 only)||Germany||Christian Democratic Union||EPP|
|Genowefa Grabowska (served 2004-2007 only)||Poland||Social Democracy of Poland||PES|
- "Five Quaestors elected". European Parliament. 2 July 2014. Retrieved 3 July 2014.
- "Five European Parliament Quaestors elected". European Parliament. 15 July 2009. Retrieved 8 July 2014.
- "14 Vice-Presidents and 5 Quaestors of the European Parliament elected". European Parliament. 18 January 2012. Retrieved 8 July 2014.
- Debates - Wednesday, 21 July 2004 - Election of Quaestors
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