Hans de Boer

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Hans de Boer
Hans de Boer 1979 (1).jpg
Hans de Boer in 1979
Mayor of Haarlemmermeer
In office
13 March 1983 – 1 October 1985
Preceded byCor van Stam
Succeeded byAad van Dulst
Minister of Culture,
Recreation and Social Work
In office
29 May 1982 – 11 October 1982
Prime MinisterDries van Agt
Preceded byAndré van der Louw
Succeeded byTil Gardeniers-Berendsen
(Ad interim)
State Secretary for Culture,
Recreation and Social Work
In office
11 September 1981 – 29 May 1982
Prime MinisterDries van Agt
Preceded byJeltien Kraaijeveld-Wouters
Gerard Wallis de Vries
Succeeded byOffice discontinued
Chairman of the
Anti-Revolutionary Party
In office
13 December 1975 – 27 September 1980
LeaderWillem Aantjes
Preceded byJan de Koning
Succeeded byOffice discontinued
Member of the House of Representatives
In office
16 September 1982 – 13 March 1983
In office
16 February 1972 – 11 September 1981
Parliamentary groupChristian Democratic Appeal
(1980–1993)
Anti-Revolutionary Party
(1972–1980)
Personal details
Born
Hans Andries de Boer

(1937-05-30) 30 May 1937 (age 82)
Velsen, Netherlands
NationalityDutch
Political partyChristian Democratic Appeal
(from 1980)
Other political
affiliations
Anti-Revolutionary Party
(until 1980)
OccupationPolitician · Civil servant · Corporate director · Nonprofit director

Hans Andries de Boer (born 30 May 1937) is a retired Dutch politician of the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA).

He served in the States of North Holland between 1966 and 1972. Between 1971 and 1973 he served as alderman in of Velsen, and between 1971 and 1974 he was also member of the municipal council.[1]

He was member of the House of Representatives between 16 February 1972 and 11 September 1981. And once more from 16 September 1982 until 13 March 1983. Between his terms in the House of Representatives he served as State Secretary for Culture, Recreation and Social Work from 11 September 1981 until 29 May 1982. And as Minister with the same portfolio from that latter date until 4 November 1982 when he quit due to heart problems.[1]

De Boer served as mayor of Haarlemmermeer between 1983 and 1986. He then became Secretary-General of the Ministry of Welfare, Public Health and Culture and served between 1986 and 1995. Until 1980 he was member of the Anti-Revolutionary Party, he then became member of the merger party Christian Democratic Appeal.[1]

Decorations[edit]

Honours
Ribbon bar Honour Country Date Comment
NLD Order of Orange-Nassau - Grand Officer BAR.png Grand Officer of the Order of Orange-Nassau Netherlands 9 December 1982
NLD Order of the Dutch Lion - Knight BAR.png Knight of the Order of the Netherlands Lion Netherlands 1 August 1995

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "H.A. (Hans) de Boer" (in Dutch). Parlement.com. Retrieved 14 January 2015.

External links[edit]

Official
Party political offices
Preceded by
Jan de Koning
Chairman of the
Anti-Revolutionary Party

1975–1980
Succeeded by
Office discontinued
Civic offices
Preceded by
Wolter Lemstra
Secretary-General of the
Ministry of Welfare,
Health and Culture

1986–1995
Succeeded by
Helen de Maat-Koolen
Political offices
Preceded by
Jeltien Kraaijeveld-Wouters
State Secretary for Culture,
Recreation and Social Work

1981–1982
Succeeded by
Office discontinued
Preceded by
Gerard Wallis de Vries
Preceded by
André van der Louw
Minister of Culture,
Recreation and Social Work

1982
Succeeded by
Til Gardeniers-Berendsen
Ad interim
Preceded by
Cor van Stam
Mayor of Haarlemmermeer
1983–1985
Succeeded by
Aad van Dulst