Elco Brinkman

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Elco Brinkman
Elco Brinkman 2008.jpg
Parliamentary leader of the Christian Democratic Appeal in the Senate
Incumbent
Assumed office
7 June 2011
Preceded by Jos Werner
Member of the Senate
Incumbent
Assumed office
7 June 2011
Member of the House of Representatives
In office
14 September 1989 – 25 April 1995
Party leader of the Christian Democratic Appeal
In office
29 January 1994 – 16 August 1994
Preceded by Ruud Lubbers
Succeeded by Enneüs Heerma
Parliamentary leader of the Christian Democratic Appeal in the House of Representatives
In office
7 November 1989 – 16 August 1994
Preceded by Bert de Vries
Succeeded by Enneüs Heerma
Member of the House of Representatives
In office
3 June 1986 – 14 July 1986
Minister of Welfare, Health and Culture
In office
4 November 1982 – 7 November 1989
Prime Minister Ruud Lubbers
Preceded by Til Gardeniers-Berendsen (Health)
Hans de Boer (Culture)
Succeeded by Hedy d'Ancona
Personal details
Born Leendert Cornelis Brinkman
(1948-02-05) 5 February 1948 (age 66)
Dirksland, Netherlands
Nationality Dutch
Political party Christian Democratic Appeal
Spouse(s) Janneke Brinkman-Salentijn (born 1948)
Children 3
Residence Leiden, Netherlands
Alma mater Vrije Universiteit
(M.Sc., LL.M.)
Occupation Politician
Civil servant
Corporate director
Religion Reformed Protestant
Website Bouwend Nederland

Leendert Cornelis "Elco" Brinkman (born 5 February 1948) is a Dutch politician of the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA).[1]

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Party political offices
Preceded by
Ruud Lubbers
Party leader of the Christian Democratic Appeal
1994
Succeeded by
Enneüs Heerma
Preceded by
Bert de Vries
Parliamentary leader of the Christian Democratic Appeal
in the House of Representatives

1989-1994
Succeeded by
Enneüs Heerma
Preceded by
Jos Werner
Parliamentary leader of the Christian Democratic Appeal
in the Senate

2011-
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Government offices
Preceded by
Til Gardeniers-Berendsen (Health)
Hans de Boer (Culture)
Minister of Welfare, Health and Culture
1982-1989
Succeeded by
Hedy d'Ancona
Business positions
Preceded by
First
Chairman of the Dutch Construction and Infrastructure Federation
1995-
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
Bert de Vries
Chairman of the Stichting Pensioenfonds ABP
2001-2009
Succeeded by
Harry Borghouts