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List of members of the European Parliament for Croatia, 2014–19

This is a list of Members of the European Parliament for the Croatia in the 2014 to 2019 session, ordered by name.

See 2014 European Parliament election in Croatia for further information on these elections in Croatia.

Members of the
European Parliament

for Croatia
Observers (2012)
7th term (2013)
8th term (2014)
9th term (2019)

ListEdit

This table can be sorted by party or party group: click the symbol at the top of the appropriate column.

Name National party EP group
Biljana Borzan      Social Democratic Party (SDP)      S&D
Davor Škrlec[a] None      Greens/EFA
Ivana Maletić      Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ)      EPP
Ivan Jakovčić[b]      Istrian Democratic Assembly (IDS-DDI)      ALDE
Marijana Petir[c] None      EPP
Tonino Picula      Social Democratic Party (SDP)      S&D
Jozo Radoš[d]      Civic-Liberal Alliance (GLAS)      ALDE
Dubravka Šuica      Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ)      EPP
Ivica Tolić      Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ)      EPP
Ruža Tomašić      Croatian Conservative Party (HKS)      ECR
Željana Zovko      Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ)      EPP

FormerEdit

Name National party EP group Left office Notes
Andrej Plenković      Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ)      EPP 12 October 2016 Resigned to take office as 12th Prime Minister of Croatia on 19 October 2016
Davor Ivo Stier      Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ)      EPP 12 October 2016 Resigned to become Minister of Foreign and European Affairs in the Cabinet of Andrej Plenković on 19 October 2016

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Mirela Holy was elected but she did not take her seat. Škrlec left Croatian Sustainable Development (ORaH) in 2016
  2. ^ Neven Mimica from SDP was elected but he did not take his seat due to becoming member of the European Commission
  3. ^ Marijana Petir was elected as a candidate of the Croatian Peasant Party but serves as independent MEP since 2017 after she was expelled from the party.
  4. ^ Jozo Radoš left Croatian People's Party-Liberal Democrats (HNS) in June 2017 after party entered a coalition with conservative Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) and joined a newly formed Civic-Liberal Alliance party in July 2017.

ReferencesEdit

  • The State Election Commission (2014). "European election results" (PDF). The State Election Commission. Retrieved May 30, 2014.