List of members of the European Parliament for France, 1989–94

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Members of the
European Parliament

from France
ECSC delegation (1952)
EP delegation (1958)
1st term (1979)
2nd term (1984)
3rd term (1989)
4th term (1994)
5th term (1999)
6th term (2004)
7th term (2009)
8th term (2014)

This is a list of the members of the European Parliament for France from 1989 to 1994.

List[edit]

Name National party EP Group Constituency
Sylviane Ainardi      Communist Party      EUL
Jean-Marie Alexandre      Socialist Party      PES
Claude Allegre (until 25 November 1989)

Michel Hervé (from 26 November 1989)

     Socialist Party      PES
Bernard Antony      National Front      ER
Marie-Christine Aulas (until 10 December 1991)

Renée Conan (from 11 December 1991 until 2 July 1992)

Aline Archimbaud (since 6 July 1992)

     The Greens      G
Claude Autant-Lara (until 4 September 1989)

Jean-Claude Martinez (from 5 September 1989)

     National Front      ER
Michèle Barzach (until 3 November 1989)

Aymeri de Montesquiou Fezensac (from 4 November 1989 to 16 April 1993)

Georges de Brémond d'Ars (from 18 April 1993

     Rally for the Republic (until 3 November 1989)

     Radical Party (until 16 April 1993)

     Union for French Democracy

     EDA (until 3 November 1989)

     LDR (until 16 April 1993)

     EPP

Charles Baur (until 15 April 1993)

Michel Pinton (from 16 April 1993)

     Union for French Democracy (until 10 June 1990)

     Social Democratic Party (until 15 April 1993)

     Union for French Democracy

     LDR (until 15 April 1993)

     NI

Jean-Paul Benoit      Socialist Party (until 31 December 1989)

     Association of Democrats

     PES
Pierre Bernard-Reymond      Centre of Social Democrats      EPP
Yvan Blot      National Front      ER
Alain Bombard      Socialist Party      PES
Jean-Louis Borloo (until 4 September 1992)

François Froment-Meurice (from 5 September 1992)

     Independent (until 4 September 1992)

     Centre of Social Democrats

     NI (until 4 September 1992)

     EPP

Jean-Louis Bourlanges      Independent      EPP
Yvon Briant (until 13 August 1992)

André Soulier (from 17 August 1992)

     National Centre of Independents and Peasants (until 13 August 1992)

     Republican Party

     EDA (until 13 August 1992)

     LDR

Martine Buron      Socialist Party      PES
Gérard Caudron      Socialist Party      PES
Pierre Ceyrac      National Front (until 22 February 1994)

     Independent

     ER (until 22 February 1994)

     NI

Claude Cheysson      Socialist Party      PES
Henry Chabert      Rally for the Republic      EDA (until 12 November 1991)

     EPP

Yves Cochet (until 10 December 1991)

Jean-Pierre Raffin (from 11 December 1991)

     The Greens      G
Didier Anger (until 10 December 1991)

Bruno Boissière (from 11 December 1991)

     The Greens      G
Jean-Pierre Cot      Socialist Party      PES
Adrien Zeller (until 5 April 1992)

Michel Debatisse (from 6 April 1992)

     Centre of Social Democrats      EPP
Marie-José Denys      Socialist Party      PES
Philippe Douste-Blazy (until 30 March 1993)

Robert Delorozoy (from 31 March 1993)

     Union for French Democracy (until 31 October 1990)

     Centre of Social Democrats (until 30 March 1993)

     Radical Party

     EPP (until 30 March 1993)

     LDR

Mireille Elmalan      Communist Party      EUL
Laurent Fabius (until 2 April 1992)

Bernard Frimat (from 3 April 1992)

     Socialist Party      PES
Solange Fernex (until 12 November 1991)

Dominique Voynet (from 13 November 1991 to 10 December 1991)

Marie Anne Isler Béguin (from 11 December 1991)

     The Greens      G
Nicole Fontaine      Centre of Social Democrats      EPP
Alain Lamassoure (until 30 March 1993)

Guy Jean Guermeur (from 31 March 1993)

     Union for French Democracy (until 30 March 1993)

     Rally for the Republic

     LDR (until 11 December 1991)

     EPP (until 30 March 1993)

     EDA

Gérard Fuchs      Socialist Party      PES
Yves Galland      Radical Party      LDR
Max Gallo      Socialist Party      PES (until 7 July 1993)

     NI

Valéry Giscard d'Estaing (until 9 June 1993)

Jean-Paul Heider (from 10 June 1993)

     Union for French Democracy (until 9 June 1993)

     Rally for the Republic

     LDR (until 11 December 1991)

     EPP (until 9 june 1993)

     EDA

Bruno Gollnisch      National Front      ER
Maxime François Gremetz (until 11 February 1994)

Jean Querbes (from 12 February 1994)

     Communist Party      EUL
Michèle Alliot-Marie (until 30 March 1993)

André Fourçans (from 31 March 1993)

     Rally for the Republic (until 30 March 1994)

     Union for French Democracy

     EDA (until 30 March 1994)

     EPP

François Guillaume      Rally for the Republic      EDA
Robert Hersant      Union for French Democracy      LDR (until 11 December 1991)

     EPP

Philippe Herzog      Communist Party      EUL
Jean-François Hory      Radical Party of the Left      PES
Claire Joanny (until 10 December 1991)

Marguerite-Marie Dinguirard (from 11 December 1991)

     The Greens      G
Alain Juppé (until 15 October 1989)

François Musso (from 16 October 1989)

     Rally for the Republic      EDA
Jeannou Lacaze      National Centre of Independents and Peasants (until 11 December 1991)

     Union of Democrats and Independents

     LDR (until 11 December 1991)

     EPP

Pierre Lataillade      Rally for the Republic      EDA
Jean-Marie Le Chevallier      National Front      ER
Martine Lehideux      National Front      ER
Jean-Marie Le Pen      National Front      ER
Alain Madelin (until 3 November 1989)

Louis Lauga (from 4 November 1989)

     Republican Party (until 3 November 1989)

     Rally for the Republic

     LDR (until 3 November 1989)

     EDA

Christian de la Malène      Rally for the Republic      EDA
Alain Marleix (until 17 June 1993)

Janine Cayet (from 18 June 1993)

     Rally for the Republic (until 17 June 1993)

     Union for French Democracy

     EDA (until 17 June 1993)

     LDR

Claude Malhuret (until 16 April 1993)

Raymond Chesa (from 17 April 1993)

     Republican Party (until 16 April 1993)

     Rally for the Republic

     LDR (until 16 April 1993)

     EDA

Simone Martin      Republican Party      LDR
Sylvie Mayer      Communist Party      EUL
Nora Mebrak-Zaïdi      Socialist Party      PES
Bruno Mégret      National Front      ER
Gérard Monnier-Besombes (until 4 December 1991)

Gérard Onesta (from 5 December 1991)

     The Greens      G
Aymeri de Montesquiou Fezensac (from 4 November 1989 to 16 April 1993)      Radical Party      LDR
Jean-Thomas Nordmann      Radical Party      LDR
Jean-Claude Pasty      Rally for the Republic      EDA
Alain Pompidou      Rally for the Republic      EDA
Nicole Pery      Socialist Party      PES
Michel Pinton (from 16 April 1993)      Union for French Democracy      NI
René-Emile Piquet      Communist Party      EUL
Jean-Pierre Raffarin      Republican Party      LDR
Marc Reymann      Centre of Social Democrats      EPP
Frédéric Rosmini      Socialist Party      PES
Henri Saby      Socialist Party      PES
André Sainjon      Independent      PES
Léon Schwartzenberg      Socialist Party      PES
Max Simeoni Verts "Europe des peuples - Per un avvene corsu - Avenir corse"      RWG
André Soulier (from 17 August 1992)      Republican Party      LDR
Jacques Tauran      National Front      ER
Djida Tazdaït      The Greens      G
Bernard Thareau      Socialist Party      PES
Catherine Trautmann      Socialist Party      PES
Dick Ukeiwé      Rally for the Republic      EDA
Jacques Vernier (until 17 April 1993)

Charles de Gaulle (from 17 April 1993)

     Rally for the Republic (until 17 April 1993)

     Union for French Democracy

     EDA
Marie-Claude Vayssade      Socialist Party      PES
Simone Veil (until 30 March 1993)

Jean-Marie Vanlerenberghe (from 31 March 1992)

     Union for French Democracy (until 30 March 1993)

     Centre of Social Democrats

     LDR (until 30 March 1993)

     EPP

Yves Verwaerde      Republican Party      LDR
Antoine Waechter (until 19 December 1991)

Yves Frémion (from 20 December 1991)

     The Greens      G
Francis Wurtz      Communist Party      EUL

References[edit]

Official 'Members of the European Parliament'