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Valmy FEAUX

Valmy FEAUX, Belgian Vice-President, Parti Socialiste.

Background

  • FEAUX, Valmy was born on February 19, 1933 in Nil-St.-Vincent, Belgium.

  • Education

    • Université libre de Bruxelles (Free University of Brussels), Bachelor of Social Science. Spoken languages: French, English.

    Career

    • Local Councillor, Ottignies, since 1968. Assigned to Cabinet of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economic Affairs, 1968-1972. Leader of Deputy Cabinet, Cabinet of Minister for French Culture, 1973-1981.

      Senator, Brabant, 1977-1981. PS Deputy, Nivelles, since 1981. Minister of Communications, 1981.

      Minister of Water. Environment and Rural Life for Wallonia, 1982-1985. President, Regional Council of Wallonia, February 1988 until May 1988. Presidential Minister.

      Exec, of the French Community, responsible for Culture and Communications, May 1988-1992. Vice-President, PS, since 1992. Researcher, National Centre for Sociology of Labour, Université libre de Bruxelles (Free University of Brussels). until 1977.

    Works

    • Cinq semaines de lutte sociale, 1963. Valmy, une bataille, un prénom, une réflexion, 1988.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Socialist Party

    Connections

    • Spouse Christine Féaux (née Van Erp), 1959. Children: two.
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