He left politics after his party offered him no electable position in the 2009 elections. In October 2013, he became president of the Louis Paul Boon Society and was also chairman of the Vermeylenfonds. He obtained a master's degree in law and criminology from the University of Ghent.
- 1990-1995: Vice-Chairman of the CPAS of Ghent
- 1995-2006: councilor in Ghent
- 1995-1996: Ships of Culture in Ghent
- 1995-1999: Belgian representative in the House of Representatives
- 2007: community senator in the Senate
- 1999-2009: Member of the Flemish Parliament
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