The list of MEPs, who voted against the association with Ukraine, has been published. Among them, there are representatives of Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary

18 September 2014 13:58  6279453 080360
The list of MEPs, who voted against the association with Ukraine, has been published. Among them, there are representatives of Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary

Most of the MEPs, who voted against the ratification of the Association Agreement with Ukraine, are from France, Great Britain and Greece.

These are the results of the voting posted at the website of the European Parliament.

In particular, 27 French, 22 British and 12 Greek MEPs did not want to ratify the agreement.

It should be noted that more than a third of French MEPs (out of 74), a third of British MEPs (out of 73) and more than half of Greek MEPs (out of 21) voted against the association with Ukraine.

Spanish and German MEPs were a little "behind" their colleagues - 10 representatives of each of these countries in the European Parliament voted against the ratification.

The voting of the members from the neighboring countries is also very interesting.

In particular, five representatives of the Czech Republic (which is almost a quarter of the Czech MEPs - a total of 21!), 4 Polish and 2 Hungarian MEPs voted against the ratification of the association.

MEPs from Latvia, Denmark and Belgium protested against the agreement with Ukraine minimally - one from each country.

The countries, no representative of which opposed the ratification of the Association, are Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Lithuania, Estonia, Finland, Malta and Luxembourg.

It should be noted that the majority of MEPs, who voted against the ratification, represent the extreme "left" and "right" forces.

In particular, 46 are from "European united lefts," 24 are from the group "Europe for freedom and direct democracy."

Another 50 members are non-aligned ultra nationalists and skeptics.

In addition, two representatives of the "greens," three deputies from the European Conservatives and Reformists, one deputy from the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats and one deputy from the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe also voted against the ratification.

Some MEPs were proudly showing their attitude to Ukraine in the context of Russian aggression.


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Recall that the Verkhovna Rada and the European Parliament simultaneously ratified the Association Agreement on September 16.

535 members of the EP voted for the ratification, 137 MEPs voted against it, 35 abstained.

List of those who voted against:

António MARINHO E PINTO (Portugal)

Beatrix von STORCH (Germany)

Marcus PRETZELL (Germany)

Notis MARIAS (Greece)

Amjad BASHIR (United Kingdom)

Bill ETHERIDGE (United Kingdom)

Diane JAMES (United Kingdom)

James CARVER (United Kingdom)

Jane COLLINS (United Kingdom)


Jill SEYMOUR (United Kingdom)

John Stuart AGNEW (United Kingdom)

Jonathan ARNOTT (United Kingdom)

Julia REID (United Kingdom)

Kristina WINBERG (Sweden)

Louise BOURS (United Kingdom)

Margot PARKER (UK)

Mike HOOKEM (United Kingdom)

Nathan GILL (United Kingdom)

Nigel FARAGE (United Kingdom)

Patrick O'FLYNN (United Kingdom)

Paul NUTTALL (United Kingdom)

Peter LUNDGREN (Sweden)

Petr MACH (Czech Republic)

Raymond FINCH (United Kingdom)

Roger HELMER (United Kingdom)

Steven WOOLFE (United Kingdom)

Tim AKER (United Kingdom)

Klaus BUCHNER (Germany)

Tatjana ŽDANOKA (Latvia)

Anja HAZEKAMP (Netherlands)

Anne-Marie MINEUR (Netherlands)

Barbara SPINELLI (Italy)

Cornelia ERNST (Germany)

Curzio MALTESE (Italy)

Dennis de JONG (Netherlands)

Dimitrios PAPADIMOULIS (Greece)

Eleonora FORENZA (Italy)

Emmanouil GLEZOS (Greece)

Fabio DE MASI (Germany)

Gabriele ZIMMER (Germany)

Georgios KATROUGKALOS (Greece)

Helmut SCHOLZ (Germany)

Inês Cristina ZUBER (Portugal)


Javier COUSO PERMUY (Spain)

Jean-Luc MÉLENCHON (France)

Jiří MAŠTÁLKA (Czech Republic)

João FERREIRA (Portugal)

Kateřina KONEČNÁ (Czech Republic)

Kostadinka KUNEVA (Greece)

Kostas CHRYSOGONOS (Greece)

Liadh NÍ RIADA (Ireland)



Lynn BOYLAN (Ireland)

Marie-Christine VERGIAT (France)

Marina ALBIOL GUZMÁN (Spain)

Marisa MATIAS (Portugal)

Martina ANDERSON (United Kingdom)

Martina MICHELS (Germany)

Matt CARTHY (Ireland)

Miguel VIEGAS (Portugal)

Miloslav RANSDORF (Czech Republic)

Neoklis SYLIKIOTIS (Cyprus)

Pablo ECHENIQUE (Spain)

Pablo IGLESIAS (Spain)

Paloma LÓPEZ (Spain)

Patrick LE HYARIC (France)

Rina Ronja KARI (Denmark)

Sofia SAKORAFA (Greece)

Stefan ECK (Germany)



Younous OMARJEE (France)

Ángela VALLINA (Spain)

Aymeric CHAUPRADE (France)

Barbara KAPPEL (Austria)

Bernard MONOT (France)

Bruno GOLLNISCH (France)

Dominique BILDE (France)

Dominique MARTIN (France)

Edouard FERRAND (France)

Eleytherios SYNADINOS (Greece)

Florian PHILIPPOT (France)

Franz OBERMAYR (Austria)

Georg MAYER (Austria)

Georgios EPITIDEIOS (Greece)

Gerolf ANNEMANS (Belgium)

Gianluca BUONANNO (Italy)

Gilles LEBRETON (France)

Hans JANSEN (Netherlands)

Harald VILIMSKY (Austria)

Janusz Ryszard KORWIN-MIKKE (Poland)

Jean-François JALKH (France)

Jean-Luc SCHAFFHAUSER (France)

Jean-Marie LE PEN (France)

Joëlle MÉLIN (France)

Konstantinos PAPADAKIS (Greece)

Krisztina MORVAI (Hungary)

Lampros FOUNTOULIS (Greece)

Lorenzo FONTANA (Italy)

Louis ALIOT (France)

Mara BIZZOTTO (Italy)

Marcel de GRAAFF (Netherlands)

Marie-Christine ARNAUTU (France)

Marie-Christine BOUTONNET (France)

Marine LE PEN (France)

Mario BORGHEZIO (Italy)

Matteo SALVINI (Italy)

Michał MARUSIK (Poland)

Mireille D'ORNANO (France)

Mylène TROSZCZYNSKI (France)

Nicolas BAY (France)

Olaf STUGER (Netherlands)

Philippe LOISEAU (France)

Robert Jarosław IWASZKIEWICZ (Poland)

Sophie MONTEL (France)

Sotirios ZARIANOPOULOS (Greece)

Stanisław Józef ŻÓŁTEK (Poland)

Steeve BRIOIS (France)

Sylvie GODDYN (France)

Udo VOIGT (Germany)

Vicky MAEIJER (Netherlands)

Zoltán BALCZÓ (Hungary)

Jan KELLER (Czech Republic)

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