Linde van den Bosch

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Linde van den Bosch (born 1963) is the leader of The Dutch Language Union, or De Nederlandse Taalunie, which contains The Netherlands, Belgium and Suriname. She became the leader of the union on November 1, 2004. The Committee of Ministers consists of Bert Anciaux, Flemish Minister of Culture, Youth, Sports and Brussels, Maria van der Hoeven, Dutch Minister for Education, Culture and Science, Medy van der Laan, Dutch State Secretary for Culture and Media and Frank Vandenbroucke, Flemish Minister for Employment, Education and Training. Linde van den Bosch followed Jaspaert Koen, who had led the Taalunie since April 1998.

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