Charles Liedts

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Charles Liedts
Charles-Liedts.jpg
President of the Chamber of Representatives
In office
17 November 1843 – 28 June 1848
Preceded by Jean-Joseph Raikem
Succeeded by Pierre-Théodore Verhaegen
Personal details
Born (1802-12-02)2 December 1802
Oudenaarde, France
(now Belgium)
Died 21 March 1878(1878-03-21) (aged 75)
Brussels, Belgium
Political party Liberal Party
Alma mater Free University of Brussels

Charles Augustin Baron Liedts (Oudenaarde , 2 December 1802 – 21 March 1878) was a Belgian liberal politician.

Born into the Bourgeoisie of Oudenaarde he became only 28 years young member of the National Congress of Belgium. After he became governor of Antwerpen.

He was President of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives from 17 November 1843 until 20 May 1848. By royal Command he was created Baron Liedts by King leopold II.

He was married to Lady Rose de Haen 1815-1876.

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  1. ^ a b c d e "LIEDTS". 

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Political offices
Preceded by
Jean-Joseph Raikem
President of the Chamber of Representatives
1843–1848
Succeeded by
Pierre-Théodore Verhaegen