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Raymond de Roon

Raymond de Roon
Member of the House of Representatives of the Netherlands
Incumbent
Assumed office
November 30, 2006
Personal details
Born (1952-09-01) September 1, 1952
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Political party Party for Freedom (Partij voor de Vrijheid - PVV)
Relations Married
Alma mater Leiden University (LL.M.)
Occupation Politician, prosecutor
Website (Dutch) Party for Freedom website

Raymond de Roon (born September 1, 1952 in Amsterdam) is a Dutch politician and former prosecutor. As a member of the Party for Freedom (Partij voor de Vrijheid) he has been an MP since November 30, 2006. He focuses on matters of foreign affairs, military operations and the European Union.

In the 2006 general elections De Roon was third on the party list and in the 2010 general elections he was fourth.

Biography

De Roon studied law at VU University Amsterdam and Leiden University. Afterwards, he was employed by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In 1983 he was deputy prosecutor in Leeuwarden. Later, he operated as a prosecutor in The Hague, the Netherlands Antilles, and Zutphen. His last job before his election to the House was as Advocate General at the Amsterdam court.

De Roon currently lives in Almere, and is also a member of the city council there. He was the local list puller for his party. The PVV went on to become the biggest party in Almere, with 21.6% of the vote and 9 seats in the council.[1]

References

  • (Dutch) Parlement.com biography
  • (Dutch) Geerts stille opportunisten (Gerectificeerd), de Volkskrant, December 16, 2006
  1. ^ (Dutch) PVV de grootste in Almere, De Telegraaf, March 3, 2010

External links

  • (Dutch) House of Representatives biography


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