The percentage of women MEPs in the current European Parliament varies between 69.2% in Finland and 16.7% in Cyprus. In the May 2014 elections, nine Member States had gender quotas, which mostly concern the make-up of electoral lists, with gender proportions applying to both sexes, to avoid the under-representation of either.
Women MEPs by Member State
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