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Kathleen Van Brempt

Kathleen Van Brempt
Born

(1969-11-18) 18 November 1969


Wilrijk, Belgium
Nationality Belgian
Occupation politician

Kathleen Van Brempt (Dutch: ; born 18 November 1969), born in Wilrijk, is a Belgian social-democratic politician and member of the SP-A. She currently serves as Member of the European Parliament as part of the Party of European Socialists .

Van Brempt studied at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven where she became licentiate in sociology in 1991.

After having worked for the SP-A in capacity of a researcher and as political secretary to Louis Tobback, in 1999 Van Brempt was appointed deputy chief of staff to the minister of employment Renaat Landuyt.

She served as a member of the Belgian federal government. During the regional elections of 2004, Van Brempt was elected to the Flemish Parliament and she became Minister for Mobility, Social Economy and Equal Opportunities in the Flemish government.

After the European Elections of 2009 Van Brempt became elected as member of the European Parliament in the socialist fraction. She was re-elected in European Elections of 2014.

Since 2001, Kathleen Van Brempt is a member of the city council of Antwerp

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