Government of the French Community

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The seat of the Cabinet of the French Community,
place Surlet de Chokier

The Cabinet of the French Community of Belgium (French: Gouvernement de la Communauté française ) is the executive branch of the French Community of Belgium, and it sits in Brussels. It consists of a number of ministers chosen by the Parliament of the French Community and is headed by a Minister-President.

Compositions[edit]

Composition 2014-(2019)[edit]

Following the 25 May 2014 election, the     PS (30 seats) and     CDH (13 seats) parties formed a coalition.

Government of the French Community - Demotte III
Party Name Function
PS Rudy Demotte Minister President
PS André Flahaut Minister of Budget
PS Isabelle Simonis Minister of Youth and Equal Rights
PS Rachid Madrane Minister of Youth Aid, Justice and Brussels
PS Jean-Claude Marcourt Minister of Higher Education, Scientific Policy and Media
CDH Joëlle Milquet Minister of Budget, Finances and Sport
CDH René Collin Minister of Sports

Composition 2009-2014[edit]

Government of the French Community - Demotte II
Party Name Function
PS Rudy Demotte Minister President
PS Jean-Claude Marcourt Vice-Minister-President; Minister of Higher Education
PS Fadila Laanan Minister of Culture, Audiovisual Affairs, Health and Equal Rights
CDH André Antoine Vice-Minister-President; Minister of Budget, Finances and Sport
CDH Marie-Dominique Simonet (until July 2013) Minister of Education
CDH Marie-Martine Schyns (from July 2013) Minister of Education
Ecolo Jean-Marc Nollet Vice-Minister-President; Minister of Childhood, Scientific Research and Civil Service
Ecolo Evelyne Huytebroeck Minister of Youth

Composition 2004-2009[edit]

Cabinet of the French Community - Arena/Demotte I
Party Name Function
PS Rudy Demotte (from 20 March 2008) Minister-President
PS Marie Arena (until 20 March 2008) Minister-President; Minister of Education
CDH Marie-Dominique Simonet Vice-Minister-President; Minister of Higher Education, Scientific Research and International Affairs
PS Michel Daerden Vice-Minister-President; Minister of Finance (Public Affairs and Sports are added on 20 July 2007)
PS Claude Eerdekens (until 20 July 2007) Minister of Public Affairs and Sports
PS Marc Tarabella (from 20 July 2007) Minister of Youth and Education of Social Promotion
PS Fadila Laanan Minister of Culture, Media and Youth (she lost Youth on 20 July 2007)
CDH Catherine Fonck Minister of Childhood, Assistance to Youth and Public Health

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