Minister-Presidents of the Brussels Capital Region


Minister-Presidents of the Brussels Capital Region
Charles Picqué 1989-1999
Jacques Simonet 1999-2000
François-Xavier de Donnéa 2000-2003
Daniel Ducarme 2003-

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