Mimi Jakobsen

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Not to be confused with Mini Jakobsen.

Mimi Jakobsen (born 19 November 1948) Is a former Danish politician and government minister and the present secretary general of the Danish part of the International Save the Children Alliance.

From 1989 to 2005 she was leader of the Centre Democrats, a political party formed by her father, former Social Democrat Erhard Jakobsen, in 1973. She was culture minister in the mid-1980s.

On the 21 December 2006 she announced, she joined the Social democratic party.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Lise Østergaard
Culture Minister of Denmark
10 September 1982 – 12 March 1986
Succeeded by
Hans Peter Clausen
Preceded by
Elsebeth Koch-Petersen
Social Minister of Denmark
12 March 1986 – 3 June 1988
Succeeded by
Aase Olesen
Preceded by
Tom Høyem
Minister for Greenland
1 September 1987 – 10 September 1987
Succeeded by
Office abolished
Preceded by
Office created
Minister for Business Coordination of Denmark
21 January 1993 – 28 January 1994
Succeeded by
Office abolished
Preceded by
Jan Trøjborg
Industry Minister of Denmark
28 January 1994 – 30 December 1996
Succeeded by
Jan Trøjborg

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