Job de Ruiter

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Job de Ruiter
Tweede Kamer bespreekt begroting Buitenlandse Zaken, minister De Ruiter van Justitie aan het woord - NL-HaNA Anefo 930-1137 WM322.jpg
Job de Ruiter in 1979
Minister of Defence of the Netherlands
In office
4 November 1982 – 14 July 1986
Prime Minister Ruud Lubbers
Preceded by Hans van Mierlo
Succeeded by Wim van Eekelen
Member of the House of Representatives of the Netherlands
In office
4 November 1982 – 16 September 1982
In office
10 June 1981 – 9 September 1981
Minister of Justice of the Netherlands
In office
19 December 1977 – 4 November 1982
Prime Minister Dries van Agt
Preceded by Wilhelm Friedrich de Gaay Fortman
Succeeded by Frits Korthals Altes
Rector magnificus of the VU University Amsterdam
In office
1 September 1976 – 19 December 1977
Preceded by Isaäc Arend Diepenhorst
Succeeded by Dick Schenkeveld
Personal details
Born Jacob de Ruiter
(1930-04-30)30 April 1930
Giessendam, Netherlands
Died 4 October 2015(2015-10-04) (aged 85)
Naarden, Netherlands
Nationality Dutch
Political party Christian Democratic Appeal
(from 1980)
Other political
affiliations
Anti-Revolutionary Party
(until 1980)
Spouse(s) Jannien de Ruiter-Been
(m. 1956–2014; her death)
Children 2 sons and 1 daughter
Alma mater Utrecht University (Bachelor of Laws, Master of Laws, Doctor of Philosophy)
Occupation Politician
Jurist
Lawyer
Prosecutor
Judge
Professor
Religion Reformed (until 2004)
Protestantism (from 2004)

Jacob "Job" de Ruiter (30 April 1930 – 4 October 2015) was a Dutch politician of the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA).[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ (Dutch) Oud-minister Job de Ruiter (CDA) overleden, NOS, 8 October 2015

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Official
Government offices
Preceded by
Wilhelm Friedrich de Gaay Fortman
Minister of Justice of the Netherlands
1977–1982
Succeeded by
Frits Korthals Altes
Preceded by
Hans van Mierlo
Minister of Defence of the Netherlands
1982–1986
Succeeded by
Wim van Eekelen
Academic offices
Preceded by
Isaäc Arend Diepenhorst
Rector magnificus of the VU University Amsterdam
1976–1977
Succeeded by
Dick Schenkeveld