List of members of the European United Left–Nordic Green Left, 2009–14

This is a list of the members of the European Parliament group European United Left–Nordic Green Left (EUL/NGL) from 2009 until 2014.

List

7th European Parliament (2009–2014)

Name National party Country Entered office Left office
Pafilis, ThanasisThanasis Pafilis (resigned; replaced by Charalampos Angourakis)      Communist Party Greece 2009 2009
Liotard, KartikaKartika Liotard (left the SP; became an independent MEP)      Socialist Party Netherlands 2009 2010
Higgins, JoeJoe Higgins (resigned; replaced by Paul Murphy)      Socialist Party Ireland 2009 2011
Hoarau, ÉlieÉlie Hoarau (resigned; replaced by Younous Omarjee)      Left Front (Communist Party of Réunion) France 2009 2011
Svensson, Eva-BrittEva-Britt Svensson (resigned; replaced by Mikael Gustafsson)      Left Party Sweden 2009 2011
Tavares, RuiRui Tavares (left the EUL/NGL; became an independent MEP)      Left Bloc Portugal 2009 2011
de Brún, BairbreBairbre de Brún (resigned; replaced by Martina Anderson)      Sinn Féin United Kingdom 2009 2012
Figueiredo, IldaIlda Figueiredo (replaced by Inês Zuber)      Democratic Unity Coalition (Communist Party) Portugal 2009 2012
Portas, MiguelMiguel Portas (died; replaced by Alda Sousa)      Left Bloc Portugal 2009 2012
Chountís, NikólaosNikólaos Chountís      Coalition of the Radical Left Greece 2009 present
de Jong, DennisDennis de Jong      Socialist Party Netherlands 2009 present
Ferreira, JoãoJoão Ferreira      Democratic Unity Coalition (Communist Party) Portugal 2009 present
Hadjigeorgiou, TakisTakis Hadjigeorgiou      Progressive Party of Working People Cyprus 2009 present
Hénin, JackyJacky Hénin      Left Front (Communist Party) France 2009 present
Kohlíček, JaromírJaromír Kohlíček      Communist Party (Bohemia and Moravia) Czech Republic 2009 present
Le Hyaric, PatrickPatrick Le Hyaric      Left Front (Communist Party) France 2009 present
Maštálka, JiříJiří Maštálka      Communist Party (Bohemia and Moravia) Czech Republic 2009 present
Matias, MarisaMarisa Matias      Left Bloc Portugal 2009 present
Meyer, WillyWilly Meyer      The Left (United Left) Spain 2009 present
Mélenchon, Jean-LucJean-Luc Mélenchon      Left Front (Left Party) France 2009 present
Ransdorf, MiloslavMiloslav Ransdorf      Communist Party (Bohemia and Moravia) Czech Republic 2009 present
Remek, VladimírVladimír Remek      Communist Party (Bohemia and Moravia) Czech Republic 2009 present
Rubiks, AlfrēdsAlfrēds Rubiks      Harmony Centre Latvia 2009 present
Sousa, AldaAlda Sousa      Left Bloc Portugal 2009 present
Søndergaard, SørenSøren Søndergaard      People's Movement against the EU Denmark 2009 present
Toussas, GiorgosGiorgos Toussas      Communist Party Greece 2009 present
Triantaphyllides, KyriacosKyriacos Triantaphyllides      Progressive Party of Working People Cyprus 2009 present
Vergiat, Marie-ChristineMarie-Christine Vergiat      Left Front (Miscellaneous Left) France 2009 present
Angourakis, CharalamposCharalampos Angourakis      Communist Party Greece 2009 present
Gustafsson, MikaelMikael Gustafsson      Left Party Sweden 2011 present
Murphy, PaulPaul Murphy      Socialist Party Ireland 2011 present
Omarjee, YounousYounous Omarjee      Left Front (Communist Party of Réunion) France 2011 present
Anderson, MartinaMartina Anderson      Sinn Féin United Kingdom 2012 present
Zuber, InêsInês Zuber      Democratic Unity Coalition (Communist Party) Portugal 2012 present
Vuljanić, NikolaNikola Vuljanić      Labourists–Labour Party Croatia 2013 present
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