Hans Wiegel Net Worth
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The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2023 year – is about $232,3 Million.
Hans Wiegel information Birth date: July 16, 1941 Birth place: Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands Profession:Actor Education:University of Amsterdam Spouse:Marianne Frederiks Children:Erik, Marieke
:How tall is Hans Wiegel – 1,67m.
How much weight is Hans Wiegel – 50kg
Hans Wiegel (Dutch pronunciation: [h?ns ??i???]) (born July 16, 1941) is a retired Dutch politician of the Peoples Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD). He became a Member of the House of Representatives on April 18, 1967. When the Party Leader of the Peoples Party for Freedom and Democracy and Parliamentary leader in the House of Representatives Molly Geertsema became Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands and Minister of the Interior in the Cabinet Biesheuvel I, Wiegel was chosen to succeed him in both positions, he became youngest Party Leader of the Peoples Party for Freedom and Democracy ever at the age of twenty-nine on July 7, 1971 and became the Parliamentary leader of the Peoples Party for Freedom and Democracy in the House of Representatives on July 20, 1971. For the Dutch general election of 1972 Wiegel was the lijsttrekker (top candidate) and won six seats in the House of Representatives. Wiegel served as opposition leader against then Prime Minister Joop den Uyl and his cabinet. After the Dutch general election of 1977 Wiegel for a second time as lijsttrekker won again six seats and after a long formation period resulted in a coalition agreement with the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) which formed the Cabinet Van Agt I. Wiegel became Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands and Minister of the Interior serving from December 19, 1977, until September 11, 1981.For the Dutch general election of 1981 Wiegel again as lijsttrekker lost two seats and he again returned to the House of Representatives and as the Parliamentary leader of the Peoples Party for Freedom and Democracy in the House of Representatives serving May 27, 1981, until April 20, 1982 when Wiegel wanted to leave national politics to become the Queens Commissioner of Friesland, Wiegel was succeeded as Parliamentary leader of the Peoples Party for Freedom and Democracy in the House of Representatives and Party Leader of the Peoples Party for Freedom and Democracy by his chosen successor Ed Nijpels.Wiegel served as Queens Commissioner of Friesland from June 16, 1982 until February 1, 1994, for almost twelve years. After the Dutch Senate election of 1995, Wiegel became a Member of the Senate, serving from June 13, 1995, until April 1, 2000. In 1999 Wiegel caused a short cabinet crisis by voting against the constitutional revision that would make national referendums possible. This crisis is called the Night of Wiegel.Wiegel retired from active politics at the age of fifty-eight but continued to occupy numerous seats on supervisory boards in the business and industry world, including the Netherlands Healthcare insurance board, Staatsbosbeheer, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Achmea and VNO-NCW. In recent years Wiegel has obtained by some as the status of a statesman and continues to comment on political affairs.
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