Liste der Mitglieder des Schottischen Parlaments (2. Wahlperiode)

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Diese Liste gibt einen Überblick über alle Mitglieder des Schottischen Parlaments der 2. Wahlperiode (2003–2007).

Zusammensetzung[Bearbeiten]

Nach den Schottischen Parlamentswahlen 2003 setzte sich das Parlament wie folgt zusammen:

Fraktion Zu Beginn der
Legislaturperiode
Abgänge Zugänge Saldo Ende der
Legislaturperiode
Labour Party 50 Watson[1] Gordon ±0 50
Scottish National Party (SNP) 27 Ewing (†), Martin, Reid[2] Watt −2 25
Conservative Party 18 Monteith, Mundell[1], Scanlon[1] Brownlee, Petrie −1 17
Liberal Democrats (LibDem) 17 Raffan[1] Arbuckle ±0 17
Scottish Green Party 7 ±0 7
Scottish Socialist Party (SSP) 6 Byrne, Sheridan −2 4
Scottish Senior Citizens Unity Party (SSCUP) 1 ±0 1
Solidarity 0 Byrne, Sheridan +2 2
Parteilos 3 Martin, Monteith, Reid +3 6
Gesamt 129

Anmerkungen:

  1. a b c d Zurückgetreten
  2. George Reid wurde zum Presiding Officer gewählt und ließ folglich seine Parteimitgliedschaft für die Dauer der Amtsausübung ruhen.

Abgeordnete[Bearbeiten]

Bei einem Eintrag in der Spalte Wahlkreis hat der betreffende Abgeordnete das Direktmandat dieses Wahlkreises gewonnen. Anderenfalls wurde ein Listenmandat für die in der Spalte Wahlregion angegebene Wahlregion errungen.

Inhaltsverzeichnis A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Mitglied des Parlaments geb. Partei Wahlregion Wahlkreis Erststimmen
in %
Bemerkungen
Adam, BrianBrian Adam 1948 SNP North East Scotland Aberdeen North 33,5
Aitken, BillBill Aitken 1947 Conservative Glasgow
Alexander, WendyWendy Alexander 1963 Labour West of Scotland Paisley North 47,9
Andrew Arbuckle 1944 LibDem Mid Scotland and Fife ab 01/05 als Nachfolger von Keith Raffan
Baillie, JackieJackie Baillie 1964 Labour West of Scotland Dumbarton 42,2
Baird, ShionaShiona Baird 1946 Green North East Scotland
Richard Baker 1974 Labour North East Scotland
Ballard, MarkMark Ballard 1971 Green Lothians
Ballance, ChrisChris Ballance 1952 Green South of Scotland
Barrie, ScottScott Barrie 1962 Labour Mid Scotland and Fife Dunfermline West 34,3
Boyack, SarahSarah Boyack 1961 Labour Lothians Edinburgh Central 32,4
Brankin, RhonaRhona Brankin 1950 Labour Lothians Midlothian 48,6 ab 01/07: Ministerin für Gemeinden
Brocklebank, TedTed Brocklebank 1942 Conservative Mid Scotland and Fife
Robert Brown 1947 LibDem Glasgow
Bill Butler 1956 Labour Glasgow Glasgow Anniesland 45,3
Brownlee, DerekDerek Brownlee 1974 Conservative South of Scotland ab 06/05 als Nachfolger von David Mundell
Byrne, RosemaryRosemary Byrne 1948 SSP South of Scotland
{{{2}}}, Dennis CanavanDennis Canavan 1942 parteilos Central Scotland Falkirk West 55,7
Malcolm Chisholm 1949 Labour Lothians Edinburgh North and Leith 38,2 05/03–10/04: Minister für Gesundheit und Fürsorge
10/04–12/06: Minister für Gemeinden
Craigie, CathieCathie Craigie 1954 Labour Central Scotland Cumbernauld and Kilsyth 41,6
Crawford, BruceBruce Crawford 1955 SNP Mid Scotland and Fife
Curran, FrancesFrances Curran 1961 SSP West of Scotland
Curran, MargaretMargaret Curran 1963 Labour Glasgow Glasgow Baillieston 52,9 05/03–10/04: Ministerin für Gemeinden
ab 10/04: Ministerin für Parlamentsangelegenheiten
Cunningham, RoseannaRoseanna Cunningham 1951 SNP Mid Scotland and Fife Perth 33,9
David Davidson 1943 Conservative North East Scotland
Deacon, SusanSusan Deacon 1964 Labour Lothians Edinburgh East and Musselburgh 43,6
James Douglas-Hamilton 1942 Conservative Lothians
Eadie, HelenHelen Eadie 1947 Labour Mid Scotland and Fife Dunfermline East 49,9
Ewing, FergusFergus Ewing 1957 SNP Highlands and Islands Inverness East, Nairn and Lochaber 30,9
Ewing, MargaretMargaret Ewing 1945 SNP Highlands and Islands Moray 42,2 † März 2006
Fabiani, LindaLinda Fabiani 1956 SNP Central Scotland
Ferguson, PatriciaPatricia Ferguson 1958 Labour Glasgow Glasgow Maryhill 49,3 05/03–10/04: Ministerin für Parlamentsangelegenheiten
ab 10/04: Ministerin für Tourismus, Kultur und Sport
Alex Fergusson 1949 Conservative South of Scotland Galloway and Upper Nithsdale 38,2
{{{2}}}, Ross FinnieRoss Finnie 1947 LibDem West of Scotland Minister für Umwelt und ländliche Entwicklung
Colin Fox 1959 SSP Lothians
Fraser, MurdoMurdo Fraser 1965 Conservative Mid Scotland and Fife
Gallie, PhilPhil Gallie 1939 Conservative South of Scotland
Gibson, RobRob Gibson 1945 SNP Highlands and Islands
Gillon, KarenKaren Gillon 1967 Labour South of Scotland Clydesdale 45,6
Glen, MarlynMarlyn Glen 1951 Labour North East Scotland
Godman, PatriciaPatricia Godman 1939 Labour West of Scotland West Renfrewshire 34,1
Goldie, AnnabelAnnabel Goldie 1950 Conservative West of Scotland
Charles Gordon 1939 Labour Glasgow Glasgow Cathcart 37,7 ab 09/05 als Nachfolger von Mike Watson
Gorrie, DonaldDonald Gorrie 1933 LibDem Central Scotland
Grahame, ChristineChristine Grahame 1944 SNP South of Scotland
{{{2}}}, Robin HarperRobin Harper 1940 Green Lothians
Harvie, PatrickPatrick Harvie 1973 Green Glasgow
Henry, HughHugh Henry 1952 Labour West of Scotland Paisley South 40,8 11/06–05/07: Minister für Bildung und Jugendliche
Home Robertson, JohnJohn Home Robertson 1948 Labour South of Scotland East Lothian 43,9
Hughes, JanisJanis Hughes 1958 Labour Glasgow Glasgow Rutherglen 45,8
Hyslop, FionaFiona Hyslop 1964 SNP Lothians
Ingram, AdamAdam Ingram 1951 SNP South of Scotland
Gordon Jackson 1946 Labour Glasgow Glasgow Govan 37,1
Sylvia Jackson 1947 Labour Mid Scotland and Fife Stirling 36,0
Jamieson, CathyCathy Jamieson 1956 Labour South of Scotland Carrick, Cumnock and Doon Valley 48,0 Justizministerin
Jamieson, MargaretMargaret Jamieson 1953 Labour Central Scotland Kilmarnock and Loudoun 40,1
Johnstone, AlexAlex Johnstone 1961 Conservative North East Scotland
Kane, RosieRosie Kane 1961 SSP Glasgow
Andy Kerr 1962 Labour Central Scotland East Kilbride 40,6 05/03–10/04: Minister für Finanzen und öffentliche Dienste
ab 10/04: Minister für Gesundheit und Fürsorge
Lamont, JohannJohann Lamont 1957 Labour Glasgow Glasgow Pollok 43,4
Leckie, CarolynCarolyn Leckie 1965 SSP Central Scotland
Livingstone, MarilynMarilyn Livingstone 1952 Labour Mid Scotland and Fife Kirkcaldy 46,7
Lochhead, RichardRichard Lochhead 1969 SNP North East Scotland
George Lyon 1956 LibDem Highlands and Islands Argyll and Bute 35,1
MacAskill, KennyKenny MacAskill 1958 SNP Lothians
Macdonald, LewisLewis Macdonald 1957 Labour North East Scotland Aberdeen Central 32,6
MacDonald, MargoMargo MacDonald 1943 parteilos Lothians
Macintosh, KennethKenneth Macintosh 1962 Labour West of Scotland Eastwood 35,9
Maclean, KateKate Maclean 1958 Labour North East Scotland Dundee West 32,9
Macmillan, MaureenMaureen Macmillan 1943 Labour Highlands and Islands
Martin, CampbellCampbell Martin 1960 SNP West of Scotland
Paul Martin 1967 Labour Glasgow Glasgow Springburn 59,0
Marwick, TriciaTricia Marwick 1953 SNP Mid Scotland and Fife
Mather, JimJim Mather 1947 SNP Highlands and Islands
Matheson, MichaelMichael Matheson 1970 SNP Central Scotland
Maxwell, StewartStewart Maxwell 1963 SNP West of Scotland
May, ChristineChristine May 1948 Labour Mid Scotland and Fife Central Fife 41,4
McAveety, FrankFrank McAveety 1962 Labour Glasgow Glasgow Shettleston 56,6 05/03–10/04: Minister für Tourismus, Kultur und Sport
McCabe, TomTom McCabe 1954 Labour Central Scotland Hamilton South 46,5 ab 10/04: Minister für Finanzen und öffentliche Dienste
McConnell, JackJack McConnell 1960 Labour Central Scotland Motherwell and Wishaw 54,1 Erster Minister
McFee, BruceBruce McFee SNP West of Scotland
Jamie McGrigor 1949 Conservative Highlands and Islands
McLetchie, DavidDavid McLetchie 1952 Conservative Lothians Edinburgh Pentlands 37,2
Michael McMahon 1961 Labour Central Scotland Hamilton North and Bellshill 53,0
McNeil, DuncanDuncan McNeil 1950 Labour West of Scotland Greenock and Inverclyde 40,7
McNeill, PaulinePauline McNeill 1962 Labour Glasgow Glasgow Kelvin 35,7
McNulty, DesDes McNulty 1952 Labour West of Scotland Clydebank and Milngavie 39,9
Milne, NanetteNanette Milne 1942 Conservative North East Scotland
Margaret Mitchell 1952 Conservative Central Scotland
Monteith, BrianBrian Monteith 1957 Conservative Mid Scotland and Fife
Morgan, AlasdairAlasdair Morgan 1945 SNP South of Scotland
Morrison, AlasdairAlasdair Morrison 1968 Labour Highlands and Islands Na h-Eileanan an Iar 47,0
Muldoon, BristowBristow Muldoon 1964 Labour Lothians Livingston 43,6
Mulligan, MaryMary Mulligan 1960 Labour Lothians Linlithgow 41,8
Mundell, DavidDavid Mundell 1962 Conservative South of Scotland
John Farquhar Munro 1934 LibDem Highlands and Islands Ross, Skye and Inverness West 43,1
Murray, ElaineElaine Murray 1954 Labour South of Scotland Dumfries 40,0
Alex Neil 1951 SNP Central Scotland
Oldfather, IreneIrene Oldfather 1954 Labour South of Scotland Cunninghame South 49,0
Peacock, PeterPeter Peacock 1952 Labour Highlands and Islands 05/03–11/06: Minister für Bildung und Jugendliche
Peattie, CathyCathy Peattie 1951 Labour Central Scotland Falkirk East 51,7
David Petrie 1946 Conservative Highlands and Islands ab 04/06 als Nachfolger von Mary Scanlon
Mike Pringle 1945 LibDem Lothians Edinburgh South 32,1
Purvis, JeremyJeremy Purvis 1974 LibDem South of Scotland Tweeddale, Ettrick and Lauderdale 32,9
Radcliffe, NoraNora Radcliffe 1946 LibDem North East Scotland Gordon 38,1
Raffan, KeithKeith Raffan 1949 LibDem Mid Scotland and Fife
George Reid 1939 SNP Mid Scotland and Fife Ochil 38,3
Robison, ShonaShona Robison 1966 SNP North East Scotland Dundee East 39,6
Robson, EuanEuan Robson 1954 LibDem South of Scotland Roxburgh and Berwickshire 41,2
Rumbles, MikeMike Rumbles 1956 LibDem North East Scotland West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine 46,0
Ruskell, MarkMark Ruskell Green Mid Scotland and Fife
{{{2}}}, Mary ScanlonMary Scanlon 1947 Conservative Highlands and Islands bis 04/06
Scott, EleanorEleanor Scott 1951 Green Highlands and Islands
John Scott 1951 Conservative South of Scotland Ayr 40,7
Scott, TavishTavish Scott 1966 LibDem Highlands and Islands Shetland 46,1 06/05–06/06: Minister für Verkehr und Telekommunikation
ab 06/06: Verkehrsminister
Sheridan, TommyTommy Sheridan 1964 SSP Glasgow
Smith, ElaineElaine Smith 1963 Labour Central Scotland Coatbridge and Chryston 56,3
Iain Smith 1960 LibDem Mid Scotland and Fife North East Fife 46,0
Margaret Smith 1961 LibDem Lothians Edinburgh West 43,3
Nicol Stephen 1960 LibDem North East Scotland Aberdeen South 45,9 05/03–06/05: Minister für Verkehr und Telekommunikation
ab 06/05: Minister für Unternehmen und lebenslanges Lernen
Stevenson, StewartStewart Stevenson 1946 SNP North East Scotland Banff and Buchan 52,9
Stone, JamieJamie Stone 1954 LibDem Highlands and Islands Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross 36,7
Sturgeon, NicolaNicola Sturgeon 1970 SNP Glasgow
John Swinburne 1930 SSCUP Central Scotland
Swinney, JohnJohn Swinney 1964 SNP Mid Scotland and Fife North Tayside 44,9
Tosh, MurrayMurray Tosh 1950 Conservative South of Scotland
Turner, JeanJean Turner 1939 parteilos West of Scotland Strathkelvin and Bearsden 31,1
Wallace, JimJim Wallace 1954 LibDem Highlands and Islands Orkney 45,7 05/03–06/05: stellvertretender Erster Minister und Minister für Unternehmen und lebenslanges Lernen
Mike Watson 1949 Labour Glasgow Glasgow Cathcart 39,2
Watt, MaureenMaureen Watt 1951 SNP North East Scotland ab 04/06 als Nachfolger von Richard Lochhead
Andrew Welsh 1944 SNP North East Scotland Angus 44,5
Sandra White 1951 SNP Glasgow
Whitefield, KarenKaren Whitefield 1970 Labour Central Scotland Airdrie and Shotts 59,0
Allan Wilson 1954 Labour West of Scotland Cunninghame North 38,9