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Five Quaestors in the European Parliament look after the financial and administrative interests of Members of the European Parliament.

The current Quaestors, elected 15 July 2009, are:[1]

Name Country Party Group
Lidia Geringer de Oedenberg  Poland Democratic Left Alliance-Labor Union S&D
Jim Higgins  Ireland Fine Gael EPP
Astrid Lulling  Luxembourg Christian Social People's Party EPP
Jiří Maštálka  Czech Republic Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia GUE-NGL
Bill Newton Dunn  United Kingdom Liberal Democrats ALDE

For the term 2007-09, there were six Quaestors: Mia De Vits, Szabolcs Fazakas, Ingo Friedrich, Astrid Lulling, Jan Mulder, and Jim Nicholson.

For the term 2004-07, there were five Quaestors: Mia De Vits, Genowefa Grabowska, Astrid Lulling, Jim Nicholson, and Godelieve Quisthoudt-Rowohl.[2]

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