Rudolf de Korte

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Rudolf de Korte
Rudolf de Korte 1985 (1).jpg
Rudolf de Korte in 1985
Deputy Prime Minister
In office
14 July 1986 – 7 November 1989
Prime MinisterRuud Lubbers
Preceded byGijs van Aardenne
Succeeded byWim Kok
Minister of Economic Affairs
In office
14 July 1986 – 7 November 1989
Prime MinisterRuud Lubbers
Preceded byGijs van Aardenne
Succeeded byKoos Andriessen
Leader of the People's Party
for Freedom and Democracy
In office
9 July 1986 – 15 December 1986
Preceded byEd Nijpels
Succeeded byJoris Voorhoeve
Minister of the Interior
In office
12 March 1986 – 14 July 1986
Prime MinisterRuud Lubbers
Preceded byFrits Korthals Altes
(Ad interim)
Succeeded byKees van Dijk
Member of the House of Representatives
In office
14 September 1989 – 1 September 1995
In office
3 June 1986 – 14 July 1986
In office
22 December 1977 – 12 March 1986
Parliamentary groupPeople's Party for
Freedom and Democracy
Personal details
Born
Rudolf Willem de Korte

(1936-07-08) 8 July 1936 (age 82)
The Hague, Netherlands
NationalityDutch
Political partyPeople's Party for
Freedom and Democracy

(from 1959)
Spouse(s)
Karin de Korte (m. 1966)
ResidenceWassenaar, Netherlands
Alma materLeiden University
(Bachelor of Business Administration, Master of Business Administration, Doctor of Philosophy)
OccupationPolitician · Businessman · Banker · Corporate director · Nonprofit director · Author

Rudolf Willem de Korte (born 8 July 1936) is a retired Dutch politician of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD).

Decorations[edit]

Honours
Ribbon bar Honour Country Date Comment
NLD Order of Orange-Nassau - Commander BAR.png Commander of the Order of Orange-Nassau Netherlands 20 November 1989

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Official
Party political offices
Preceded by
Ed Nijpels
Leader of the People's Party
for Freedom and Democracy

1986
Succeeded by
Joris Voorhoeve
Political offices
Preceded by
Frits Korthals Altes
Ad interim
Minister of the Interior
1986
Succeeded by
Kees van Dijk
Preceded by
Gijs van Aardenne
Deputy Prime Minister
1986–1989
Succeeded by
Wim Kok
Minister of Economic Affairs
1986–1989
Succeeded by
Koos Andriessen