Herman De Croo
|Herman De Croo|
|Herman De Croo (2009)|
|President of the Chamber of Representatives|
1 July 1999 – 12 July 2007
|Preceded by||Raymond Langendries|
|Succeeded by||Herman Van Rompuy|
12 August 1937 |
|Political party||Open Flemish Liberals and Democrats|
|Alma mater||Free University of Brussels, French
University of Chicago
De Croo was first elected to the Belgian Chamber of Representatives in 1968 for the PVV-PLP. He has since served in various governments as minister of Transport and Foreign Trade; minister of Transport, Postal Services, Telegraphy and Telephony; minister of Education and minister of Postal Services, Telegraphy, Telephony and Pensions.
Herman De Croo, who holds a Ph.D. in law, is a former Professor of Common Law at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
He holds the honorary title of Minister of State since 3 June 1998.
- Parlement et Gouvernement (1965)
- Het Parlement aan het werk, de taak van de hedendaagse vertegenwoordiging" (1966)
- België/Belgique : Service Nation (1985 and 1988)
- De wereld volgens Herman De Croo (1999)
- Herman De Croo (personal website)
|President of the Chamber of Representatives
Herman Van Rompuy
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