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List of governments in Belgium



This is a list of the Belgian federal, regional, and community governments.

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Federal government

The Belgian Federal Government is the executive branch of the whole Kingdom of Belgium.


Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister
Prime Minister Alexander De Croo1 October 2020IncumbentOpen Vld
Deputy Prime Ministers
Minister of Economy and Employment Pierre-Yves Dermagne1 October 2020IncumbentPS
Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Affairs, Foreign Trade and Federal Cultural Institutions Sophie Wilmès (deputised by David Clarinval)1 October 2020IncumbentMR
Minister of Mobility Georges Gilkinet1 October 2020IncumbentEcolo
Minister of Finance, in charge of the Coordination of the Fight against Fraud Vincent Van Peteghem1 October 2020IncumbentCD&V
Minister of Social Affairs and Public Health Frank Vandenbroucke1 October 2020IncumbentVooruit
Minister of Civil Service, Public Enterprises, Telecommunication and Postal Services Petra De Sutter1 October 2020IncumbentGroen
Minister of Justice and the North Sea Vincent Van Quickenborne1 October 2020IncumbentOpen Vld
Ministers
Minister of the Small Businesses, Self-Employed, SMEs and Agriculture, Institutional Reforms and Democratic Renewal David Clarinval1 October 2020IncumbentMR
Minister of Pensions and Social Integration, in charge of Persons with Disabilities, Combating Poverty and Beliris Karine Lalieux1 October 2020IncumbentPS
Minister of Defence Ludivine Dedonder1 October 2020IncumbentPS
Minister of Climate, Environment, Sustainable Development and Green Deal Zakia Khattabi1 October 2020IncumbentEcolo
Minister of the Interior, Institutional Reforms and Democratic Renewal Annelies Verlinden1 October 2020IncumbentCD&V
Minister of Development Cooperation and Urban Policy Meryame Kitir1 October 2020IncumbentVooruit
Minister of Energy Tinne Van der Straeten1 October 2020IncumbentGroen
Secretaries of State
Secretary of State for Recovery and Strategic Investments, in charge of Science Policy
Deputy to the Minister of the Economy and Employment
 Thomas Dermine [fr]1 October 2020IncumbentPS
Secretary of State for Digitization, in charge of Administrative Simplification, Privacy and Buildings Administration
Deputy to the Prime Minister
 Mathieu Michel (politician) [fr]1 October 2020IncumbentMR
Secretary of State for Gender Equality, Equal Opportunities and Diversity
Deputy to the Minister of Mobility
 Sarah Schlitz1 October 2020IncumbentEcolo
Secretary of State for Asylum and Migration, in charge of the National Lottery
Deputy to the Minister of the Interior, Institutional Reforms and Democratic Renewal
 Sammy Mahdi1 October 2020IncumbentCD&V
Secretary of State for Budget and Consumer Protection
Deputy to the Minister of Justice and the North Sea
 Eva De Bleeker [nl]1 October 2020IncumbentOpen Vld



Flemish government

The Flemish Government is the executive branch of both the Flemish Region and the Flemish Community.

The coalition replaced the interim Homans Government, again consisting of the   N-VA (35 seats),   CD&V (19 seats) and   Open Vld (16 seats). In contrary to what was expected, the N-VA only has four ministers (instead of five), while CD&V has three (instead of only two). Finally, Open Vld has two ministers.

Party Name Function
N-VA Jan Jambon Minister-President of the Flemish Government and Flemish Minister for Culture, Foreign Policy and Development Cooperation
CD&V Hilde Crevits Vice minister-president of the Flemish Government and Flemish Minister for Economy, Employment, Social Economy, Innovation and Agriculture
Open Vld Bart Somers Vice minister-president of the Flemish Government and Flemish Minister for the Interior, Administrative Affairs, Integration, and Equal Opportunities
N-VA Ben Weyts Vice minister-president of the Flemish Government and Flemish Minister for Education, Animal Welfare, Brussels Periphery and Sport
N-VA Zuhal Demir Flemish Minister for Justice and Enforcement, Environment, Energy and Tourism
CD&V Wouter Beke Flemish Minister for Welfare, Health, Family and Poverty Reduction
N-VA Matthias Diependaele Flemish Minister for Finance, Budget, Housing and Immovable Heritage
Open Vld Lydia Peeters Flemish Minister for Mobility and Public Works
CD&V Benjamin Dalle Flemish Minister for Brussels, Media and Youth

Government of the French Community

The Government of the French Community is the executive branch of the French Community.

Government of the French Community – Jeholet
Party Name Function
MR Pierre-Yves Jeholet Minister President and Minister of Intra-Belgian Relations, International and European Relations and Development Cooperation
MR Valérie Glatigny Minister of Higher Education, Scientific Research, Youth and Sports
PS Caroline Désir Minister of Education
PS Frédéric Daerden Minister of Budget, Public Functions and Equal Rights
Ecolo Bénédicte Linard Minister of Culture, Media, Day-care and Women's Rights

Government of the German-speaking Community

The Government of the German-speaking Community is the executive branch of the German-speaking Community.

Following the 26 May 2019 election,   ProDG (6 seats), the   PS (4 seats) and   PFF (3 seats) parties continued their coalition of the previous five years.

Government of the German-speaking Community - Paasch II
Party Name Function
ProDG Oliver Paasch Minister-President; Minister of Local Government and Finances
PS Antonios Antoniadis (politician) Vice Minister-President; Minister of Health, Social Affairs, Spatial Development and Housing
PFF Isabelle Weykmans Minister of Sport, Employment and Media
ProDG Harald Mollers Minister of Education and Scientific Research

Walloon Government

The Walloon Government is the executive branch of Wallonia.

Walloon Government - Di Rupo III
Party Name Function
PS Elio Di Rupo Minister-President
PS Christie Morreale Vice-President; Minister of Employment, Social Affairs, Health and Equality
MR Willy Borsus Vice-President; Minister of Economy, Foreign Trade, Spatial Planning and Agriculture.
PS Pierre-Yves Dermagne (until October 1, 2020) Minister of Local Government and Housing
PS Christophe Collignon (from October 1, 2020) Minister of Local Government and Housing
MR Jean-Luc Crucke Minister of Budget, Sports Infrastructure and Airports.
MR Valérie De Bue Minister of Civil Service Matters, Administrative Simplification, Child Benefits, Tourism, Heritage and Traffic Safety.
Ecolo Céline Tellier Minister of Environment, Nature, Rural Renovation and Animal Welfare.
Ecolo Philippe Henry Minister of Climate, Mobility, Infrastructure and Energy.



Government of the Brussels-Capital Region

The Government of the Brussels-Capital Region is the executive branch of the Brussels-Capital Region.

Following the 7 June 2009 election, the French-speaking parties   PS,   Ecolo and   CDH formed a coalition with the Dutch-speaking parties   Open VLD,   Sp.A,   CD&V and   Groen!. The government was originally led by Charles Picqué but he retired on 7 May 2013 and was replaced by Rudi Vervoort.


Composition 2019-

Government of the Brussels-Capital Region - Vervoort III
Party Name Function
PS Rudi Vervoort Minister-President; Minister of Urban Renewal, Spatial Development, Safety & Prevention, Tourism, the image of Brussels and bicultural issues of regional importance, Student Affairs and Paying Passenger Transport
Groen Elke Van den Brandt Minister of Mobility, Public Works and Road Safety
Ecolo Alain Maron Minister of Environment & Climate, Social Integration, Health, Energy, Water, Cleanliness and the Port of Brussels
Open Vld Sven Gatz Minister of Finance, Budget, Civil Service, Promotion of Multilingualism, Tourism, Statistics, Urbanism, Heritage, the image of Brussels and bicultural issues of regional importance
DéFI Bernard Clerfayt Minister of Employment, Professional Education, Local Authorities, Digitization, Animal Welfare and Child Benefits
PS Nawal Ben Hamou Secretary of State for Equal Opportunities and Housing
one.brussels-sp.a Pascal Smet Secretary of State for Urbanism, European and International Affairs, Foreign Trade, Fire Fighting and Emergency Medical Assistance
Ecolo Barbara Trachte Secretary of State for Economic Transition and Research




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