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Jean Defraigne

Jean Defraigne
President of the Chamber of Representatives
In office
18 December 1981 – 10 May 1988
Preceded byJoseph Michel
Succeeded byErik Vankeirsbilck
In office
20 May 1980 – 24 October 1980
Preceded byCharles-Ferdinand Nothomb
Succeeded byJoseph Michel
Personal details
Born
Jean Pierre Marie Olivier Germain Defraigne

(1929-04-19)19 April 1929
Roosendaal and Nispen, Netherlands
(now Roosendaal)
Died15 March 2016(2016-03-15) (aged 86)
Political partyLiberal Reformist Party
ChildrenChristine Defraigne
Alma materUniversity of Liège

Jean Pierre Marie Olivier Germain Defraigne (French: [dəfʁɛɲ]; 19 April 1929 – 15 March 2016) was a Belgian liberal politician and minister for the Liberal Reformist Party (PRL).[1]

Defraigne graduated as a doctor in law at the Université de Liège and was a lawyer and alderman in Liège. He was member of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives (1965–1974 and 1977–1989) and senator in the Belgian Senate (1974–1977) for the PRL and was President (1981–1988) of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives of public work (1974–1976). In 1983, Jean Defraigne was appointed as minister of state. From 1989 to 1994 Defraigne served as a Member of the European Parliament, where he sat with the Liberal, Democrat and Reformist Group.

Sources

  1. ^ "Le ministre d'Etat Jean Defraigne, père de Christine, est décédé". lalibre.be.
Political offices
Preceded by
Charles-Ferdinand Nothomb
President of the Chamber of Representatives
1980
Succeeded by
Joseph Michel
Preceded by
Joseph Michel
President of the Chamber of Representatives
1981–1988
Succeeded by
Erik Vankeirsbilck



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