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Minister-President of Wallonia

Minister-President of Wallonia
Coat of arms of Wallonia (Belgium).svg
Coat of arms of Wallonia
Di Rupo cropped.jpg
Incumbent
Elio Di Rupo

since 13 September 2019
ResidenceÉlysette
SeatRue Mazy, 25-27
B-5000 Namur
Term lengthFive years
Inaugural holderJean-Maurice Dehousse
Formation22 December 1981
Websitehttp://gouvernement.wallonie.be

The Minister-President of Wallonia is the head of the Government of Wallonia, the executive power of Wallonia, one of the three regions of Belgium.

He has his official residence, known as the Élysette, in Namur, along the Meuse River.

The Minister-President should not be confused with the Minister-President of the French Community of Belgium, which is currently led by Pierre-Yves Jeholet.

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Party Election Government
1 Jean-Maurice Dehousse
(1936–)
22 December 1981 26 January 1982 PS 1981 Dehousse I PS, PRL, PSC
2 André Damseaux
(1937–2007)
26 January 1982 25 October 1982 PRL Damseaux PRL, PS, PSC
3 Jean-Maurice Dehousse
(1936–)
25 October 1982 11 December 1985 PS Dehousse II PS, PRL, PSC
4 Melchior Wathelet
(1949–)
11 December 1985 3 February 1988 PSC 1985 Wathelet PSC, PRL
5 Guy Coëme
(1946–)
3 February 1988 9 May 1988 PS 1987 Coëme PS, PSC
6 Bernard Anselme
(1945–)
11 May 1988 7 January 1992 PS Anselme PS, PSC
7 Guy Spitaels
(1931–2012)
7 January 1992 25 January 1994 PS 1991 Spitaels PS, PSC
8 Robert Collignon
(1943–)
25 January 1994 15 July 1999 PS Collignon I PS, PSC
1995 Collignon II PS, PSC
9 Di Rupo cropped.jpg Elio Di Rupo
(1951–)
15 July 1999 4 April 2000 PS 1999 Di Rupo I PS, PRL-FDF, Ecolo
10 Van-cau-si-cravate.jpg Jean-Claude Van Cauwenberghe
(1944–)
4 April 2000 30 September 2005 PS Van Cauwenberghe I PS, PRL-FDF, Ecolo
2004 Van Cauwenberghe II PS, cdH
André Antoine.jpg André Antoine (acting)
(1951–)
30 September 2005 6 October 2005 cdH Antoine cdH, PS
11 Di Rupo cropped.jpg Elio Di Rupo
(1951–)
6 October 2005 20 July 2007 PS Di Rupo II PS, cdH
12 Rudy demotte.jpg Rudy Demotte
(1963–)
20 July 2007 22 July 2014 PS Demotte I PS, cdH
2009 Demotte II PS, Ecolo, cdH
13 Paul Magnette 2012.jpg Paul Magnette
(1971–)
22 July 2014 28 July 2017 PS 2014 Magnette PS, cdH
14 Willy Borsus (2017).jpg Willy Borsus
(1962–)
28 July 2017 13 September 2019 MR Borsus MR, cdH
15 Di Rupo cropped.jpg Elio Di Rupo
(1951–)
13 September 2019 Incumbent PS 2019 Di Rupo III PS, MR, Ecolo

Timeline

Elio Di RupoWilly BorsusPaul MagnetteRudy DemotteElio Di RupoAndré Antoine (politician)Jean-Claude Van CauwenbergheElio Di RupoGuy SpitaelsBernard AnselmeGuy CoëmeMelchior WatheletJean-Maurice DehousseAndré DamseauxJean-Maurice Dehousse

Living former Minister-Presidents

Name Term Date of birth Age
Jean-Maurice Dehousse 1981-1982 & 1982-1985 11 October 1936 84 years, 1 month
Melchior Wathelet 1985-1988 6 March 1949 71 years, 9 months
Guy Coëme 1988 21 August 1946 74 years, 3 months
Bernard Anselme 1988-1992 3 November 1945 75 years, 1 month
Robert Collignon 1994-1999 10 February 1943 77 years, 9 months
Elio Di Rupo 1999-2000 & 2005-2007 & 2019- 18 July 1951 69 years, 4 months
Jean-Claude Van Cauwenberghe 2000-2005 28 April 1944 76 years, 7 months
André Antoine 2005 3 February 1960 60 years, 10 months
Rudy Demotte 2007-2014 3 June 1963 57 years, 6 months
Paul Magnette 2014-2017 28 June 1971 49 years, 5 months
Willy Borsus 2017-2019 4 April 1962 58 years, 8 months

See also


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