Ernst Hirsch Ballin

Politician

1950 –

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Who is Ernst Hirsch Ballin?

Ernst Maurits Henricus Hirsch Ballin is a Dutch politician of the Christian Democratic Appeal. He served as Minister of Justice and Minister for Suriname and Netherlands Antilles Affairs from 7 November 1989 until 27 May 1994 in the Cabinet Lubbers III. And as acting Minister of the Interior from 10 January 1994 until 18 January 1994 following the death of Ien Dales. He became a Member of the House of Representatives from 17 May 1994 until 1 June 1995 and served as a Member of the Senate from 13 June 1995 until 1 November 2000 when he resigned to become a Member of the Council of State serving from 1 November 2000 until 22 September 2006 when he resigned to become Minister of Justice in the Cabinet Balkenende III following the resignation of Piet Hein Donner. After the Dutch general election of 2006 and the inauguration of the Cabinet Balkenende IV he remained Minister of Justice serving from 22 September 2006 until 14 October 2010. He became again acting Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations from 23 February 2010 until 14 October 2010 following the resignation of Guusje Ter Horst.

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Born
Dec 15, 1950
Amsterdam
Religion
  • Catholicism
Nationality
  • Netherlands
Profession
Education
  • University of Amsterdam
Lived in
  • Amsterdam
  • Tilburg

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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