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Jan Marinus Wiersma
Jan Marinus Wiersma
(born 26 August 1951 in Groningen) is a Dutch politician and from 1994-2009 Member of the European Parliament. He is a member of the Labour Party, vice-chair of the Party of European Socialists group, and sits on the European Parliament's Committee on Foreign Affairs. He was also a member of the Subcommittee on Security and Defence, a substitute for the Committee on Transport and Tourism, a member of the delegation to the EU– Romania
Romania
Joint Parliamentary Committee, and a member of the delegation to the EU– Moldova
Moldova
Parliamentary Cooperation Committee. Career[edit]

Higher degree in history (Groningen State University, 1978) Researcher on Foreign Affairs and Defence for the parliamentary PvdA group in the Second Chamber (1978–1987) International Secretary and second Vice-Chairman of the PvdA (1987–1999) Member of the European Parliament
Member of the European Parliament
(1994–2009) Vice-Chairman of the PSE Group (1999–2004) Member of the PSE bureau (since 2004) Member of the Steering Committee of the European Forum for Democracy and Solidarity

External links[edit]

Official website Wiersma European Parliament
European Parliament
biography[permanent dead link] Declaration[permanent dead link] of financial interests (in Dutch; PDF file)

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Christian Democratic Appeal

Hanja Maij-Weggen Peter Pex Wim van Velzen Bartho Pronk Arie Oostlander Jan Sonneveld Karla Peijs Ria Oomen-Ruijten Jim Janssen van Raaij Pam Cornelissen

Labour Party

Piet Dankert Leonie van Bladel Jan Marinus Wiersma Frits Castricum Hedy d'Ancona Wim van Velzen Maartje van Putten Alman Metten

People's Party for Freedom and Democracy

Jessica Larive Jan Mulder Elly Plooij-van Gorsel Gijs de Vries Jan-Kees Wiebenga Florus Wijsenbeek Robert Jan Goedbloed

Democrats 66

Jan-Willem Bertens Johanna Boogerd-Quaak Laurens Jan Brinkhorst Doeke Eisma

SGP, GPV and RPF

Hans Blokland (GPV) Leen van der Waal (SGP) Rijk van Dam (RPF)

GreenLeft

Nel van Dijk Joost Lagendijk

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« 1994–99 «  Dutch members of the European Parliament, 1999–2004   » 2004–09 »

Christian Democratic Appeal

Albert Jan Maat Maria Martens Bert Doorn Hanja Maij-Weggen Wim van Velzen Bartho Pronk Arie Oostlander Karla Peijs Ria Oomen-Ruijten Peter Pex Cees Bremmer

Labour Party

Michiel van Hulten Joke Swiebel Ieke van den Burg Dorette Corbey Max van den Berg Jan Marinus Wiersma

People's Party for Freedom and Democracy

Jules Maaten Toine Manders Jan Mulder Elly Plooij-van Gorsel Marieke Sanders-ten Holte Jan-Kees Wiebenga Herman Vermeer

GroenLinks

Theo Bouwman Kathalijne Buitenweg Joost Lagendijk Alexander de Roo

SGP, GPV and RPF

Bas Belder
Bas Belder
(SGP) Hans Blokland (GPV) Rijk van Dam (RPF)

Democrats 66

Lousewies van der Laan Bob van den Bos Johanna Boogerd-Quaak

Socialist Party

Erik Meijer

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Christian Democratic Appeal

Bert Doorn Camiel Eurlings Esther de Lange Albert-Jan Maat Maria Martens Lambert van Nistelrooij Ria Oomen-Ruijten Joop Post Cornelis Visser Corien Wortmann-Kool

Labour Party

Max van den Berg Thijs Berman Emine Bozkurt Ieke van den Burg Jan Cremers Dorette Corbey Lily Jacobs Edith Mastenbroek Jan Marinus Wiersma

People's Party for Freedom and Democracy

Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert Jules Maaten Toine Manders Jan Mulder

GroenLinks

Kathalijne Buitenweg Joost Lagendijk

Europe Transparent

Paul van Buitenen Els de Groen

Socialist Party

Kartika Liotard Erik Meijer

Christian Union – Reformed Political Party

Hans Blokland (Christian Union) Bas Belder
Bas Belder
(Reformed Political Party)

Democrats 66

Sophie in 't Veld

Independent (members who left their parties)

Els de Groen

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WorldCat Identities VIAF: 1836250 LCCN: n2002110749 GND: 1137306491 SUDOC: 145886727

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