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Armand DE DECKER

Armand DE DECKER, Belgian Deputy. Paul Janson Prize, 1976; Officer of the Order of Leopold.

Background

  • DE DECKER, Armand was born on October 8, 1948 in Brussels, Belgium. Parents: Luc De Decker and Mariette De Decker (née Coesens).

  • Education

    • Université libre de Bruxelles (Free University of Brussels), Bachelor of Law, 1968-1973. Université libre de Bruxelles (Free University of Brussels), Bachelor of International Law. Spoken languages: French, Dutch, English.

    Career

    • Councillor, Cabinet of Minister of National, Defence Charles Poswick, 1980. Deputy, Brussels; Vice-President, Assembly of Western European Union - W.E.U. Member of Assembly of Council of Europe.

      Vice-President, European Institute for Peace and Security. Member of Parliament Executive. President, Parliament Group, Council of French Community.

      Member of Commissions, Chamber of Reps. Barrister, Brussels, since 1973. Member of Administrative Commission, Young Barristers, Brussels.

      Administrator, Royal Touring Club of Belgium. President, Liberal Society of Studies and Conferences.

    Politics

    Membership

    Clubs: Circle Royal Gaulois. Club des Officiers du 1st Regiment de Guides.

    Personality

    Interests

    Foreign affairs, defence.

    Connections

    • Spouse Jacqueline De Decker (née Rousseaux), 1977.
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    Born October 8, 1948
    (age 69)
    Nationality

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