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MEPs elected in Poland 2019-2024

Here is the complete list of 51 MEPs and 1 in-waiting elected in Poland for the 9th term of the European Parliament 2019-2014.

26 of them will go to ECR (PiS), 17 to EPP (PO & PSL) and 8 to S&D (SLD & Spring).

  1. Magdalena Adamowicz, European Coalition, widow of Paweł Adamowicz, murdered mayor of Gdańsk, first time MEP, likely affiliation: EPP
  2. Bartosz Arłukowicz, European Coalition, former health minister, first time MEP, likely affiliation: EPP
  3. Marek Bałt, European Coalition, first time MEP, likely affiliation: S&D
  4. Marek Belka, European Coalition, former Prime Minister, first time MEP, likely affiliation: S&D
  5. Robert Biedroń, Spring, first time MEP, likely affiliation: S&D
  6. Adam Bielan, Law and Justice, a returning MEP 2004-2014, likely affiliation: ECR
  7. Joachim Brudziński, Law and Justice, former interior minister, first time MEP, likely affiliation: ECR
  8. Jerzy Buzek, European Coalition, former President of the European Parliament, MEP since 2004, likely affiliation: EPP
  9. Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz, European Coalition, former Prime Minister, first time MEP, likely affiliation: S&D
  10. Ryszard Czarnecki, Law and Justice, MEP since 2004, likely affiliation: ECR
  11. Jarosław Duda, European Coalition, first time MEP, likely affiliation: EPP
  12. Anna Fotyga, Law and Justice, former foreign affairs minister, MEP 2004-5 and since 2014, likely affiliation: ECR
  13. Tomasz Frankowski, European Coalition, a footballer (5 times Champion of Poland, national team player), first time MEP, likely affiliation: EPP
  14. Andrzej Halicki, European Coalition, first time MEP, likely affiliation: EPP
  15. Krzysztof Hetman, European Coalition, MEP since 2014, likely affiliation: EPP
  16. Danuta Hübner, European Coalition, former European Commissioner, MEP since 2009, likely affiliation: EPP
  17. Patryk Jaki, Law and Justice, first time MEP, likely affiliation: ECR
  18. Adam Jarubas, European Coalition, first time MEP, likely affiliation: EPP
  19. Krzysztof Jurgiel, Law and Justice, former agriculture minister, first time MEP, likely affiliation: ECR
  20. Jarosław Kalinowski, European Coalition, former agriculture minister, MEP since 2009, likely affiliation: EPP
  21. Karol Karski, Law and Justice, MEP since 2014, likely affiliation: ECR
  22. Beata Kempa, Law and Justice, first time MEP, likely affiliation: ECR
  23. Izabela Kloc, Law and Justice, first time MEP, likely affiliation: ECR
  24. Łukasz Kohut, Spring, first time MEP, likely affiliation: S&D
  25. Ewa Kopacz, European Coalition, former Prime Minister, first time MEP, likely affiliation: EPP
  26. Joanna Kopcińska, Law and Justice, first time MEP, likely affiliation: ECR
  27. Zdzisław Krasnodębski, Law and Justice, MEP since 2014, likely affiliation: ECR
  28. Elżbieta Kruk, Law and Justice, first time MEP, likely affiliation: ECR
  29. Zbigniew Kuźmiuk, Law and Justice, MEP since 2014, likely affiliation: ECR
  30. Ryszard Legutko, Law and Justice, former education minister & co-chair of ECR, MEP since 2014, likely affiliation: ECR
  31. Janusz Lewandowski, European Coalition, former European Commissioner, MEP since 2014 & 2004-2009, likely affiliation: EPP
  32. Bogusław Liberadzki, European Coalition, former transport minister, MEP since 2004, likely affiliation: S&D
  33. Elżbieta Łukacijewska, European Coalition, MEP since 2009, likely affiliation: EPP
  34. Beata Mazurek, Law and Justice, first time MEP, likely affiliation: ECR
  35. Leszek Miller, European Coalition, former Prime Minister, first time MEP, likely affiliation: S&D
  36. Andżelika Możdżanowska, Law and Justice, first time MEP, likely affiliation: ECR
  37. Janina Ochojska, European Coalition, first time MEP, likely affiliation: EPP
  38. Jan Olbrycht, European Coalition, MEP since 2004, likely affiliation: EPP
  39. Tomasz Poręba, Law and Justice, MEP since 2009, likely affiliation: ECR
  40. Elżbieta Rafalska, Law and Justice, family and social policy minister, first time MEP, likely affiliation: ECR
  41. Bogdan Rzońca, Law and Justice, first time MEP, likely affiliation: ECR
  42. Jacek Saryusz-Wolski, Law and Justice, MEP since 2004, likely affiliation: ECR
  43. Radosław Sikorski, European Coalition, former foreign & defence minister, first time MEP, likely affiliation: EPP
  44. Sylwia Spurek, Spring, first time MEP, likely affiliation: S&D
  45. Beata Szydło, Law and Justice, former Prime Minister, first time MEP, likely affiliation: ECR
  46. Róża Thun, European Coalition, MEP since 2009, likely affiliation: EPP
  47. Grzegorz Tobiszowski, Law and Justice, first time MEP, likely affiliation: ECR
  48. Witold Waszczykowski, Law and Justice, former foreign affairs minister, first time MEP, likely affiliation: ECR
  49. Jadwiga Wiśniewska, Law and Justice, MEP since 2014, likely affiliation: ECR
  50. Anna Zalewska, Law and Justice, former education minister, first time MEP, likely affiliation: ECR
  51. Kosma Złotowski, Law and Justice, MEP since 2014, likely affiliation: ECR.

The 52nd MEP in-waiting is Dominik Tarczyński, Law and Justice, potential first time MEP.

Basic info

The 51 MEPs break-up by gender: 17 women (33%) and 34 men.

There are 20 returning MEPs (39%) and 31 first time elected.

There are 6 former heads of government (12%): Belka, Cimoszewicz & Miller (in S&D), Buzek & Kopacz (in EPP) and Szydło (in ECR). There are two former European Commissioners (Lewandowski & Hübner) and numerous MEPs with governmental experience.

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