Members of the European Parliament for Bulgaria 2009–2014


Members of the European Parliament for Bulgaria 2009–2014
Members of the
European Parliament

for Bulgaria
Delegation (2007)
6th Term (2007)
7th Term (2009)
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This is a list of the 17 Members of the European Parliament elected for Bulgaria in the 7th term from 2009 to 2014, ordered by name:


Name Party EU Parliament group
Slavcho Binev National Union Attack Non-Inscrits
Filiz Husmenova Movement for Rights and Freedoms Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe
Iliana Ivanova Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria European People's Party
Ivaylo Kalfin Coalition for Bulgaria Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats
Metin Kazak Movement for Rights and Freedoms Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe
Evgeni Kirilov Coalition for Bulgaria Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats
Andrey Kovatchev Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria European People's Party
Stanimir Ilchev National Movement for Stability and Progress Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe
Nadezhda Mihailova Blue Coalition European People's Party
Maria Nedeltcheva Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria European People's Party
Vladko Panayotov Movement for Rights and Freedoms Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe
Antonia Parvanova National Movement for Stability and Progress Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe
Dimitar Stoyanov National Union Attack Non-Inscrits
Emil Stoyanov Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria European People's Party
Vladimir Urutchev Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria European People's Party
Kristian Vigenin Coalition for Bulgaria Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats
Iliana Iotova Coalition for Bulgaria Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats

Changes

  • In July 2009 Rumiana Jeleva became minister of foreign affairs and was replaced by Andrey Kovatchev. She's been also nominated for European commissioner responsible for disaster management and humanitarian aid, but she failed to answer questions about allegations over her financial interests during the Europen Commission Hearings and was replaced by Kristalina Georgieva.

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