Arne Gericke

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Arne Gericke

Member of the European Parliament
In office
1 July 2014 – 1 July 2019
Personal details
Born (1964-11-19) 19 November 1964 (age 56)
Hamburg, Germany
Political partyGermany
Bündnis C (2018–present)
Free Voters (2017–2018)
Family Party of Germany (2005–2017)
European Union
EU Parliamentary group:
European Conservatives and Reformists Group

Arne Gericke (born 19 November 1964 in Hamburg) is a German politician who was formerly a Member of the European Parliament.[1] Elected for the Family Party of Germany in the 2014 election, he left in 2017 to join the Free Voters.[2] After 15 months with the Free Voters, he left to join the minor conservative Christian party Bündnis C.[3]

At the European level, while he was a member of the Free voters he was also technically a member of the European Democratic Party,[4] however he has always remained affiliated with the European Christian Political Movement and sat with the European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) group in the European Parliament.[5][6]

He lost his seat in the 2019 European Parliament election after Bündnis C failed to win enough votes to entitle them to a seat.


  1. ^ "Arne Gericke". European Parliament.
  2. ^ Bundesvorsitzender der Familienpartei wechselt zu Freien Wählern
  3. ^ "Bündnis C für christlich-innovative Politik in Europa".
  4. ^ "Member of the EDP Arne Gericke". European Democratic Party. Archived from the original on 9 July 2018. Retrieved 9 July 2018.
  5. ^ Arne Gericke European Conservatives and Reformists
  6. ^ "MEPs Arne Gericke". European Christian Political Movement.

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