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List of members of the Walloon Parliament, 2004–09

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List of members of the Walloon Parliament, 2004–09

This is a list of members of the Walloon Parliament between 2004 and 2009.

List of members

Name Fraction Constituency
Claude Ancion MR Liège
Patrick Avril PS Liège
Marc Barvais PS Mons
Anne Barzin MR Namur
Maurice Bayenet PS Dinant-Philippeville
Chantal Bertouille MR Tournai-Ath-Mouscron
Véronique Bidoul MR Nivelles
Maurice Bodson PS Soignies
Jean-Pierre Borbouse Independent (FN)[1] Mons
Willy Borsus MR Dinant-Philippeville
André Bouchat CDH Arlon-Bastogne-Marche
Philippe Bracaval Verviers Tournai-Ath-Mouscron
Pol Calet PS Charleroi
Caroline Cassart-Mailleux MR Huy-Waremme
Marcel Cheron Independent (Ecolo)[1] Nivelles
Ingrid Colicis PS Charleroi
Christophe Collignon PS Huy-Waremme
Anne-Marie Corbisier-Hagon CDH Charleroi
Véronique Cornet MR Charleroi
Frédéric Daerden PS Liège
Jean-Pierre Dardenne MR Arlon-Bastogne-Marche
Michel de Lamotte CDH Liège
Marc De Saint Moulin PS Soignies
Brigitte Defalque MR Nivelles
Christine Defraigne MR Liège
Freddy Deghilage PS Mons
Maurice Dehu PS Nivelles
Paul-Olivier Delannois PS Tournai-Ath-Mouscron
Monika Dethier-Neumann Independent (Ecolo)[1] Verviers
Laurent Devin PS Thuin
Carlo Di Antonio CDH Mons
Nicole Docq PS Namur
Jacques Etienne CDH Namur
Françoise Fassiaux-Looten PS Thuin
Paul Ficheroulle PS Charleroi
Philippe Fontaine MR Charleroi
Dimitri Fourny CDH Neufchâteau-Virton
Paul Furlan PS Thuin
Jacques Gennen PS Arlon-Bastogne-Marche
Herbert Grommes CDH Verviers
José Happart PS Liège
Daniel Huygens Independent (FN)[1] Charleroi
Jean-François Istasse PS Verviers
Hervé Jamar MR Huy-Waremme
Charles Janssens PS Liège
Joëlle Kapompolé PS Mons
Serge Kubla MR Nivelles
Benoît Langendries CDH Nivelles
Michel Lebrun CDH Dinant-Philippeville
Jean-Charles Luperto PS Namur
Robert Meureau PS Huy-Waremme
Jean-Claude Meurens MR Verviers
Guy Milcamps PS Dinant-Philippeville
Richard Miller MR Mons
Marcel Neven MR Liège
Alain Onkelinx PS Liège
Florine Pary-Mille MR Soignies
Charles Petitjean Independent (FN)[1] Charleroi
Charles Pire Independent (FN)[1] Liège
Sébastian Pirlot PS Neufchâteau-Virton
Jean-Paul Procureur CDH Soignies
Daniel Senesael PS Tournai-Ath-Mouscron
Jean-Marie Severin MR Namur
Isabelle Simonis PS Liège
Louis Smal CDH Liège
Edmund Stoffels PS Verviers
René Thissen CDH Verviers
Eliane Tillieux PS Namur
Jean-Claude Van Cauwenberghe PS Charleroi
Pierre Wacquier PS Tournai-Ath-Mouscron
Jean-Paul Wahl MR Nivelles
Léon Walry PS Nivelles
Bernard Wesphael Independent (Ecolo)[1] Liège
Monique Willocq CDH Tournai-Ath-Mouscron
Damien Yzerbyt CDH Tournai-Ath-Mouscron


  1. ^ a b c d e f g In order to be recognised, a fraction must consist of at least 5 members of the Walloon Parliament. As a result, the members of the FN (which has only 4 members) and Ecolo (3 members) do not belong to a recognised fraction.


  • "Composition: Representatives" (in French). The Walloon Parliament. Retrieved 2008-02-28. 
  • "Political groups" (in French). The Walloon Parliament. Retrieved 2008-02-28. 

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