Henri de Brouckère
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|Henri de Brouckère|
|Prime Minister of Belgium|
31 October 1852 – 30 March 1855
|Preceded by||Charles Rogier|
|Succeeded by||Pierre de Decker|
25 January 1801|
|Died||25 January 1891
|Political party||Liberal Party|
Jonkheer Henri Ghislain Joseph Marie Hyacinthe de Brouckère (25 January 1801 – 25 January 1891) was a Belgian nobleman and liberal politician. Born in Bruges, he was a magistrate, and a professor at the Université Libre de Bruxelles. His brother Charles was mayor of Brussels.
He served as governor of Antwerp from 1840 to 1844, and of Liège from 1844 to 1846. He headed a Liberal government from 1852 to 1855 as the ninth Prime Minister. In 1863 he became the first mayor of Auderghem.
|Governor of Antwerp
|Prime Minister of Belgium
Pierre de Decker