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Minister-President of the Walloon Region

 

Minister-President of the Walloon Region

Minister-President of Wallonia
Incumbent
Paul Magnette
Term length Five years
Inaugural holder Jean-Maurice Dehousse
Formation 22 December 1981

This is the list of Minister-President (prime ministers) of Wallonia, one of the three regions of Belgium.

The Minister-President of the Walloon Region should not be confused with the Minister-President of the French Community of Belgium, which is currently lead by Rudy Demotte.

Name
(Born–Died)
Took office Left office Political Party
1 Jean-Maurice Dehousse (1st time)
(1936– )
22 December 1981 26 January 1982 PS
2 André Damseaux
(1937–2007)
26 January 1982 25 October 1982 PRL
3 Jean-Maurice Dehousse (2nd time)
(1936– )
25 October 1982 11 December 1985 PS
4 Melchior Wathelet
(1949– )
11 December 1985 3 February 1988 PSC
5 Guy Coëme
(1946– )
3 February 1988 9 May 1988 PS
6 Bernard Anselme
(1945– )
11 May 1988 7 January 1992 PS
7 Guy Spitaels
(1931–2012)
7 January 1992 25 January 1994 PS
8 Robert Collignon
(1943– )
25 January 1994 15 July 1999 PS
9 Elio Di Rupo (1st time)
(1951– )
15 July 1999 4 April 2000 PS
10 Jean-Claude Van Cauwenberghe
(1944– )
4 April 2000 30 September 2005 PS
André Antoine (acting)
(1960– )
30 September 2005 6 October 2005 CDH
11 Elio Di Rupo (2nd time)
(1951– )
6 October 2005 20 July 2007 PS
12 Rudy Demotte
(1963– )
20 July 2007 22 July 2014 PS
13 Paul Magnette
(1971– )
22 July 2014 Incumbent PS

Timeline

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