The new committee has five new members, along with four re-elected candidates.
In Athens, the European Greens elected their new executive for the European Green Party, who will lead the party into the 2014 European elections.
Newly elected co-chairs Monica Frassoni (IT) and Reinhard Bütikofer (DE), MEP, and Secretary General Jacqueline Cremers (NL) are joined by committee members Gwendoline Delbos-Corfield (FR), Steve Emmott (UK), Panu Laturi (FI), Lena Lindström (SE), Saraswati Matthieu (BE), Mar Garcia Sanz (ES).
The EGP Committee serves a three year term.
The new Committee has five new members: Reinhard Bütikofer, Panu Laturi, Mar Garcia Sanz, Saraswati Matthieu and Gwendoline Delbos-Corfield.
Committee of the 17th Council of the EGP, Athens Greece
Female co-chair: Monica Frassoni (Italy) 97 in favour, 5 blank (total 102 votes), 95%
Male co-chair: Reinhard Bütikofer (Germany) 85 in favour, 17 blank (total 102 votes), 83%
Secretary General: Jacqueline Cremers (Netherlands) 90 in favour, 8 blank (total 98 votes), 91%
Treasurer: Lena Lindstrom (Sweden) 97 in favour, 4 blank (total 101 votes), 96%
Further Committee members:
5th Committee position - Panu Laturi (Finland) (60/102 in second round, 59%)*
6th Committee position -Gwendoline Delbos Corfield (France) (80/100, 80%)
7th Committee position -Mar Garcia Sans (Catalonia) (71/100, 71%)
8th Committee position -Steve Emmott (England and Wales) (63/98, 64%)
9th Committee position -Saraswati Matthieu (Flanders, Belgium) (56/102, 56%)
*The election for the 5th committee position had three (rather than two) candidates.