List of members of the European Parliament for Sweden, 2014–2019

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Members of the
European Parliament

for Sweden
Delegation (1995)
4th term (1995)
5th term (1999)
6th term (2004)
7th term (2009)
8th term (2014)
9th term (2019)

This is a list of the 20 members of the European Parliament for Sweden in the 2014 to 2019 session.


Name National party EP Group Votes[1]
Lars Adaktusson   Christian Democrats   EPP 107,897
Max Andersson   Green Party   G–EFA 6,822
Malin Björk   Left Party   EUL–NGL 39,942
Bodil Ceballos   Green Party   G–EFA 8,961
Anna Maria Corazza Bildt   Moderate Party   EPP 83,068
Peter Eriksson   Green Party   G–EFA 58,623
Fredrick Federley   Centre Party   ALDE 32,844
Christofer Fjellner   Moderate Party   EPP 39,816
Jytte Guteland   Social Democratic Party   S&D 38,970
Anna Hedh   Social Democratic Party   S&D 16,664
Gunnar Hökmark   Moderate Party   EPP 61,285
Isabella Lövin   Green Party   G–EFA 133,765
Olle Ludvigsson   Social Democratic Party   S&D 38,705
Peter Lundgren   Sweden Democrats   EFDD 27,628
Jens Nilsson   Social Democratic Party   S&D 19,887
Marit Paulsen   Liberal People's Party   ALDE 144,364
Soraya Post   Feminist Initiative   S&D 76,211
Marita Ulvskog   Social Democratic Party   S&D 176,721
Cecilia Wikström   Liberal People's Party   ALDE 41,328
Kristina Winberg   Sweden Democrats   EFDD 43,643

Midterm replacements[]

  • Isabella Lövin resigned on 3 October 2014 when she was appointed Minister for International Development Cooperation in the Swedish Government. She was replaced by Linnéa Engström.
  • Marit Paulsen resigned on 29 September 2015 due health problems. She was replaced by Jasenko Selimovic.
  • Peter Eriksson resigned on 25 May 2016 when he was appointed Minister for Housing and Digitalization in the Swedish Government. He was replaced by Jakop Dalunde.
  • Jens Nilsson died on 13 March 2018. He was replaced by .
  • Lars Adaktusson resigned on 23 September 2018 when he was elected Member of the Riksdag in the 2018 general election. He was replaced by .


  1. ^ "Personröster - Val 2014". Archived from the original on 2014-05-28. Retrieved 2014-10-03.
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