Ernest Mühlen

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Ernest Mühlen

Ernest Mühlen (8 June 1926 – 19 March 2014) was a Luxembourgish politician for the Christian Social People's Party, economist and financial journalist.[1] He won a place on Luxembourg City's communal council in 1973. He was a government minister under Pierre Werner, in the early 1980s, before sitting in the European Parliament as one of Luxembourg's six MEPs from 1984 until 1989.[2] Mühlen followed this by sitting in the Chamber of Deputies (1989–1991), and by representing Luxembourg at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (1991–1996).

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  1. ^ "L'ancien ministre Ernest Mülhen est mort" (in French). L'essentiel. 2014-03-20. Retrieved 20 March 2014. 
  2. ^ Your MEPs: Ernest Mühlen. European Parliament, Retrieved 6 January 2011