- Marilisa Xenogiannakopoulou
Marilisa Xenogiannakopoulou (born
February 20, 1963in Athens) is a Greek politician who from 2004-7 was Member of the European Parliamentfor the Panhellenic Socialist Movement; part of the Party of European Socialists.
2007 Greek legislative electionshe was elected to the Greek Parliamentfor an Athensconstituency, and consequently resigned from the European Parliament.
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