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Irish MEPs: 1999-2004

In 1999 Ireland elected 15 MEPs to the European Parliament representing 4 constituencies:
Dublin, Leinster, Munster and Connacht-Ulster

 

DUBLIN CONSTITUENCY

 

Niall Andrews

European Group:  UEN
Irish Party: Fianna Fáil

Constituency: Dublin

 
Niall Andrews profile page
 

Mary Bannotti

European Group:  EPP-ED
Irish Party: Fine Gael

Constituency: Dublin

 
Mary Banotti profile page
 

Pronsias De Rossa

European Party: S&D
Irish Party: Labour

Constituency: Dublin

 
Proinsias De Rossa profile page
 

Patricia McKenna

European Group: Green Group
Irish Party: Green Party

Constituency: Dublin

 
Patricia McKenna profile page
 

LEINSTER CONSTITUENCY

 

Nuala Ahern

European Group:  Green Group
Irish Party: Green Party

Constituency: Leinster

 
Nuala Ahern profile page
 

Avril Doyle

European Group: EPP-ED
Irish Party: Fine Gael

Constituency: Leinster

 
Avril Doyle profile page
 

Jim Fitzsimons

European Group: UEN
Irish Party: Fianna Fáil

Constituency: Leinster

 
Jim Fitzsimons profile page
 

Liam Hyland

European Group: UEN
Irish Party: Fianna Fáil

Constituency: Leinster

 
Liam Hyland profile page
 

MUNSTER CONSTITUENCY

 

Gerard Collins

European Group:  UEN
Irish Party: Fianna Fáil

Constituency: Munster

 
Gerard Collins profile page
 

Brian Crowley

European Party: UEN
Irish Party: Fianna Fáil

Constituency:  Munster

 
Brian Crowley profile page
 

Pat Cox

President of the European Parliament, 2002-2004

European Group: European Liberal, Democrat and Reform Party
Irish Party: Independent (formerly Progressive Democrats)

Constituency: Munster

 
Pat Cox profile page
 

John Cushnahan

European Group:  EPP-ED
Irish Party: Fine Gael

Constituency: Munster

 
John Cushnahan profile page
 

CONNACHT-ULSTER CONSTITUENCY

 

Pat the Cope Gallagher

European Party: UEN
Irish Party: Fianna Fáil

Constituency:  Connacht-Ulster

replaced by Sean Ó Neachtain in 2002

 
Pat the Cope Gallagher profile page
 .

Sean Ó Neachtain *

* replaced Pat the Cope Gallagher in 2002

 
Sean Ó Neachtain profile page
 

Joe McCartin

European Group: EPP-ED
Irish Party: Fine Gael

Constituency:Connacht Ulster

 
Joe McCartin profile page
 

Dana Rosemary Scallon

European Group: EPP-ED
Irish Party: Independent

Constituency: Connacht Ulster

 
Dana Rosemary Scallon profile page