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Government of Flanders

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Minister-President Geert Bourgeois presented the members of his government team on July 25 2014. The Government of Flanders consists of nine ministers, who are in office for a 5-year term, which is due to end in 2019.

 

 

 

Geert Bourgeois (N-VA)
Minister-President of the Government of Flanders,
Flemish Minister for Foreign Policy and Immovable Heritage, responsible for:

general government policy
foreign policy
management and protection of immovable heritage­.

Hilde Crevits (CD&V)
Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders,
Flemish Minister for Education, responsible for:

education and training.

Annemie Turtelboom (Open Vld)
Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders,
Flemish Minister for Budget, Finance and Energy, responsible for:

finance and budget
energy.

Liesbeth Homans (N-VA)
Vice-Minister-President of the Government of Flanders,
Flemish Minister for Public Governance, Civic Integration, Housing, Equal Opportunities and Poverty Reduction, responsible for:

public governance
housing policy
social economy
the equal opportunities policy
coordination of the policy on poverty.

Ben Weyts (N-VA)
Flemish Minister for Mobility, Public Works, the Vlaamse Rand, Tourism and Animal Welfare, responsible for:

mobility and public works
policy on the Flemish periphery around Brussels
tourism
animal welfare.

Jo Vandeurzen (CD&V)
Flemish Minister for Welfare, Public Health and Family, responsible for:

welfare, public health and family.

Philippe Muyters (N-VA)
Flemish Minister for Work, Economy, Innovation and Sport, responsible for:

economy
fundamental, strategic and policy-oriented research
technological innovation
employment
vocational training
sport.

Joke Schauvliege (CD&V)
Flemish Minister for Environment, Nature and Agriculture, responsible for:

agriculture and fisheries
the environment and rural policy
nature and natural resources
spatial planning.

Sven Gatz (Open Vld)
Flemish Minister for Culture, Media, Youth and Brussels Affairs, responsible for:

cultural heritage
professional arts
socio-cultural adult work
media
youth work
the coordination of the policy on Brussels-Capital.