Start of the new Parliamentary term
Following the recent European elections in which over 200 million European citizens voted, the European Parliament’s new legislative term will start on 2 July 2019.
The newly elected MEPs will meet for Parliament’s constituent plenary sitting in Strasbourg from 2-4 July, where the first item on the agenda will be the election of the President. 14 Vice-Presidents and five Quaestors will also be elected. Parliament will also vote on the numerical composition of its standing and sub committees.
Ireland’s outgoing MEPs
Ireland’s outgoing MEPs are:
Ireland’s incoming MEPs
Ireland’s MEPs for the 2019-2024 legislature are:
Dublin: Ciaran Cuffe, Clare Daly and Frances Fitzgerald;
South: Billy Kelleher, Seán Kelly, Grace O’Sullivan and Mick Wallace.