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Dr. Philippe MOUREAUX

Dr. Philippe MOUREAUX, Belgian Minister of Social Affairs. Suzanne Tassier price (U.L.B., 1961); Léon Leclère price, 1973.

Background

  • MOUREAUX, Dr. Philippe was born on April 12, 1939 in Etterbeek, Belgium.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Philosophy and Arts (History section).

    Career

    • Councillor in Cabinet of Deputy Prime Minister, 1972-1973. Assigned to the Cabinet of Prime Minister, 197374. Leader of Deputy Prime Minister Léon Hurez’s Cabinet, 1977-1979.

      Leader of Deputy Prime Minister Guy Spitaels' Cabinet, 1979-1980. Member of PS Committee. Minister of the Interior and of Institutional Reforms, 1980.

      Minister of Justice and of Institutional Reforms, 1980-1981. Deputy for Brussels, November since 1981. Local Councillor for MolenbeekSt. Jean.

      Ministerial Pres, of the Executive (French Sector), responsible for Cultural Affairs, Budget and Foreign Affairs, 1981-1985. Ministerial Pres, of the Executive (French Sector), February 1988 until May 1988. Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for the Brussels Region and Institution Reforms, responsible for the re-structuring of the Ministry of National Education, May since 1988, Jan since 1989.

      Teacher at Woluwe-Saint-Pierre Royal Secondary School, 1961-1962. Assistant and then in charge of Professeur De Sturler’s work, Université libre de Bruxelles (Free University of Brussels), 1967-1971. Lecturer at Université libre de Bruxelles (Free University of Brussels), 1979.

      Director Emile Vandervelde Institute.

    Works

    • Author of various articles and works, concentrating particularly on the economic history of the Austrian Netherlands.

    Politics

    parti Socialiste (PS, Socialist Party)

    Party affiliation: Socialist Party

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    Born April 12, 1939
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