Luc Van den Bossche

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Luc Van den Bossche
Member of Parliament
(Chamber of Representatives)
In office
1981–1995
In office
1999–2003
Minister of Civil Service
In office
1999–2003
Preceded by André Flahaut
Succeeded by Marie Arena
Vice-Prime Minister
In office
1998–1999
Preceded by Louis Tobback
Succeeded by Johan Van de Lanotte
Flemish Minister of Civil Service
In office
1992–1995
Preceded by Theo Kelchtermans
Succeeded by Eddy Baldewijns
Flemish Minister of Education
In office
1992–1998
Preceded by Daniël Coens
Succeeded by Eddy Baldewijns
Personal details
Born Aalst (East Flanders), Belgium
Nationality Belgian
Political party SP/SP.A
Alma mater University of Ghent
Occupation Politician

Luc Van den Bossche (Aalst, 16 September 1947) is a Belgian socialist politician and father of Freya Van den Bossche.

He graduated as a Doctor in law at the University of Ghent in 1970. Luc Van den Bossche was a Member of Parliament for a number of years and cabinet member in several federal and regional governments in Belgium. Currently he is chairman of the Brussels International Airport Company (BIAC) and of the Associatie UGent, as well as board member in several companies. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Itinera Institute think-tank.

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