Charles-Ferdinand Nothomb

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Charles-Ferdinand Nothomb
Charles-Ferdinand Nothomb.jpg
President of the Chamber of Representatives
In office
10 May 1988 – 8 June 1995
Preceded by Erik Vankeirsbilck
Succeeded by Jos Dupré
In office
3 April 1979 – 20 May 1980
Preceded by Edmond Leburton
Succeeded by Jean Defraigne
Personal details
Born (1936-05-03) 3 May 1936 (age 78)
Brussels, Belgium
Political party Humanist Democratic Centre

Baron Charles-Ferdinand N. M. P. Nothomb (born 3 May 1936) is a French-speaking Belgian politician.

He is a member of the Humanist Democratic Centre (cdH). He served as Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1980 until 1981. Since 2002 Nothomb has been Vice President of the European Movement international.

Charles-Ferdinand Nothomb is the great-uncle of the Belgian writer Amélie Nothomb.

Honours[edit]

He has been awarded the following decorations:[1]

National Honours[edit]

Foreign Honours[edit]

External links[edit]

Media related to Charles-Ferdinand Nothomb at Wikimedia Commons

References[edit]

  1. ^ Senate biography (French)
  2. ^ Icelandic Presidency Website (Icelandic), Order of the Falcon, Nothomb, Charles
  3. ^ Italian Presidency website, S.E. Charles Ferdinand NOTHOMB - Cavaliere di Gran Croce Ordine al Merito della Repubblica Italiana
Political offices
Preceded by
Edmond Leburton
President of the Chamber of Representatives
1979–1980
Succeeded by
Jean Defraigne
Preceded by
Erik Vankeirsbilck
President of the Chamber of Representatives
1995–1999
Succeeded by
Jos Dupré