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New European Parliament supports EFA Manifesto

In October 2013, EFA and its Members launched a Manifesto for the European Parliament elections, that reached many and moblised more than 1,000 people from 29 different countries to publicly support EFA’s policy asks. More than 40 candidates to the elections visited the dedicated website (http://manifesto.efanet.org/) signed and 24 were actually elected.

EFA wishes to warmly thank all signatories that supported our EFA Manifesto to improve health among people with allergy and airways diseases.

We would specially thank EFA Members and patients all over Europe, as well as all the policy-makers listed below for their willingness to drive an EU strategy on chronic diseases, invest more in prevention and ensure equal access to healthcare for Europeans with allergy and airways diseases.

Congratulations to the ones that have been (re-)elected as Members of the new European Parliament, we will be delighted to work with you.

EFANET slider manifesto1

 

AUSTRIA

1. Angelika Werthmann, MEP from 2009 to 2014

European Parliament page, Ms. Werthmann official website

 

BELGIUM

2. Cristina Coteanu, candidate to European Parliament 2014 elections

Ms. Coteanu FDF party official website

3. Bart Staes, MEP since 1999, Group of the Greens/EFA

European Parliament page, Mr Staes offical website

 

BULGARIA

4. Andrey Kovatchev, MEP since 2009, EPP

European Parliament page, Mr. Kovatchev official website

 

CROATIA

5. Biljana Borzan, MEP since 2013, S&D

European Parliament page, Ms. Borzan official website

6. Marina Petir, MEP since 2014, EPP

European Parliament page, Ms. Petir official website

 

CZECH REPUBLIC

7. Mojmir Vlašín, candidate to European Parliament 2014 elections

Mr. Vlašín official website

 

FINLAND

8. Sirpa Pietikäinen, MEP since 2008, EPP

European Parliament page, Ms. Pietikäinen official website

 

FRANCE

9. Eric Andrieu, MEP since 2012, S&D

European Parliament page, Mr. Andrieu official website

10. Pervenche Berès, MEP since 2004, S&D

European Parliament page, Ms. Berès official website

11. José Bové, MEP since 2009, Greens/European Free Alliance

European Parliament page, Mr. Bové official website

12. Jean-Louis Cottigny, MEP from 1997 to 2014

European Parliament page

13. Karima Delli, MEP since 2009, S&D

European Parliament page, Ms. Delli official website

14. Françoise Grossetête, MEP since 1994, EPP

European Parliament page, Ms. Grossetête official website

15.Sylvie Guillaume, MEP since 2009, S&D

European Parliament page, Ms. Guillaume official website

16. Gilles Pargneaux, MEP since 2009, S&D

European Parliament page, Mr. Pargneaux official blog

17. Marielle de Sarnez, MEP since 1999, ALDE

European Parliament page, Ms. de Sarnez official newsletter

18. Catherine Trautmann, MEP from 1989 to 2014, S&D

European Parliament page, Ms. Trautmann official website

19. Isabelle Thomas, MEP since 2009, S&D

European Parliament page, Ms. Thomas official website

 

IRELAND

20. Nessa Childers, MEP since 2009, S&D

European Parliament page, Ms. Childers official website

21. Emer Costello, MEP from 2012 to 2014

European Parliament page, Ms. Costello official website

22. Jim Higgins, MEP from 2004 to 2014

European Parliament page, Mr. Higgins FG party official website

23. Lorraine Higgins, candidate to European Parliament 2014 elections

Ms. Higgins Labour party official website

24. Séan Kelly, MEP since 2009, EPP

European Parliament page, Mr. Kelly FG party official website

25. Rónán Mullen, candidate to European Parliament 2014 elections

Mr. Mullen official website

26. Paul Murphy, MEP from 2011 to 2014

European Parliament page, Mr. Murphy official website

27. Phil Prendergast, MEP from 2011 to 2014

European Parliament page, Ms. Phil Labour party official website

 

ITALY

28. Luciano Ciocchetti, candidate to European Parliament 2014 elections

Mr. Ciocchetti official website

29. Sergio Cofferati, MEP since 2009, S&D

European Parliament page, Mr. Cofferati official website

30. Susy De Martini, MEP from 2013 to 2014

European Parliament page

31. Patrizia Toia, MEP since 2004, S&D

European Parliament page, Ms. Toia official website

32. Andrea Zanoni, MEP from 2011 to 2014

European Parliament page, Mr. Zanoni official website

 

LITHUANIA

33. Laima Liucija Andrikiene, MEP from 2004 to 2014

European Parliament page, Ms. Andrikiene official website

34. Petras Austrevicius, MEP since 2014, ALDE

European Parliament page,

35. Arturas Melianas, candidate to European Parliament 2014 elections

Mr. Melianas official website

36. Rolandas Paksas, MEP since 2009, Europe of Freedom and Democracy Group

European Parliament page

37. Birute Vesaite, candidate to European Parliament 2014 elections

Ms. Vesaite official website

 

POLAND

38. Piotr Borys, MEP from 2009 to 2014

European Parliament page, Mr. Borys official website

39. Adam Gierek, MEP since 2004, S&D

European Parliament page, Mr. Gierek official website

40. Joanna Senyszyn, MEP from 2009 to 2014

European Parliament page, Ms. Senyszyn official website

41. Janusz Zemke, MEP since 2009, S&D

European Parliament page, Mr. Janusz official website


PORTUGAL

42. Edite Estrela, MEP from 2004 to 2014

European Parliament page, Ms. Estrela official website

43. Marisa Matias, MEP since 2009, European United Left – Nordic Green Left

European Parliament page, Ms. Matias GUE Party official website

44. José Inácio Faria, MEP since 2014, ALDE

European Parliament page

 

UNITED KINGDOM

45. Shirley Ford, candidate to European Parliament 2014 elections

Ms. Ford Green Party official website

46. Catherine Stihler, MEP since 1999, S&D

European Parliament page, Ms. Stihler official website

47. Keith Taylor, MEP since 2010, Greens/European Free Alliance

European Parliament page, Mr. Taylor official website

48. Glenis Willmott, MEP since 2006, S&D

European Parliament page, Ms. Willmott official website

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