New MEPs in July 2019 are defined as those who had never sat in the European Parliament before. They represented 60 % of the total. The percentage varied between 86 % in Slovakia – where 12 of 14 MEPs were new – and 38 % in Slovenia (3 of 8). Among the political groups, Identity and Democracy (ID) had the highest percentage of new MEPs, with 57 new MEPs out of 72.
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