Annemie Turtelboom

Annemie Turtelboom (born 22 November 1967) is a Belgian politician and a member of the Open Flemish Liberals and Democrats.

Annemie Turtelboom
Flemish Minister of Finance and Energy
In office
25 July 2014  29 April 2016
Prime MinisterGeert Bourgeois
Preceded byPhilippe Muyters (Budget)
Freya Van Den Bossche (Energy)
Succeeded byBart Tommelein
Minister of Justice
In office
6 December 2011  25 July 2014
Prime MinisterElio Di Rupo
Preceded byStefaan De Clerck
Succeeded byMaggie De Block
Minister of the Interior
In office
17 July 2009  6 December 2011
Prime MinisterHerman Van Rompuy
Yves Leterme
Preceded byGuido De Padt
Succeeded byJoëlle Milquet
Personal details
Born (1967-11-22) 22 November 1967
Ninove, Belgium
Political partyOpen Flemish Liberals and Democrats

She was Minister of migration and asylum policy in the Leterme I Government. She became Belgium's minister of the interior in the Van Rompuy I Government on 17 July 2009,[1] and retained that office in the Leterme II Government, which took office on 24 November 2009.[2] Turtelboom served as Minister of Justice in the Di Rupo Government (2011-2014). Since 25 July 2014 Turtelboom serves as Flemish minister of Finance, Budget and Energy in the Bourgeois Government (2014-2019). On 29 April 2016 she resigned from her function as minister in the Flemish government[3], in order to take up the position of Belgian member of the European Court of Auditors.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Guido De Padt
Minister of the Interior
2009–2011
Succeeded by
Joëlle Milquet
Preceded by
Stefaan De Clerck
Minister of Justice
2011–2014
Succeeded by
Maggie De Block


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