Seats by political group: 1999-2004 Sweden - Outgoing Parliament

Seats by political group
Political groups in the European Parliament Number of seats
GUE/NGL 3
PSE 6
Verts/ALE 2
ELDR 4
EPP-ED 7

Political groups in the European Parliament

  • EPP-ED - Group of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats) and European Democrats
  • PSE - Socialist Group in the European Parliament
  • ELDR - Group of the European Liberal, Democrat and Reform Party
  • GUE/NGL - Confederal Group of the European United Left/Nordic Green Left
  • Verts/ALE - Group of the Greens/European Free Alliance
  • UEN - Union for Europe of the Nations Group
  • EDD - Group for a Europe of Democracies and Diversities
  • NI - Non-attached Members

Since 2009, according to Parliament’s rules of procedure, a political group shall consist of at least 25 Members elected in at least seven Member States.

Breakdown by national parties and political groups: 1999-2004 Sweden - Outgoing Parliament

Composition of national seats in the European Parliament, divided into Political Groups and National parties
Political groups in the European Parliament Number of seats
EPP-ED - Group of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats) and European Democrats 7
National parties which are members of this Political Group
M Moderaterna 5
KD Kristdemokraterna 2
PSE - Socialist Group in the European Parliament 6
National parties which are members of this Political Group
S Sveriges socialdemokratiska arbetareparti 6
ELDR - Group of the European Liberal, Democrat and Reform Party 4
National parties which are members of this Political Group
FP Folkepartiet Liberalerna 3
C Centerpartiet 1
GUE/NGL - Confederal Group of the European United Left/Nordic Green Left 3
National parties which are members of this Political Group
V Vänsterpartiet 3
Verts/ALE - Group of the Greens/European Free Alliance 2
National parties which are members of this Political Group
MP Miljöpartiet de Gröna 2

Since 2009, according to Parliament’s rules of procedure, a political group shall consist of at least 25 Members elected in at least seven Member States.

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