Verhofstadt


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Ver•hof•stadt

(fɛrˈhɔf ʃtɑt)
n.
Guy, born 1953, prime minister of Belgium since 1999.
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BRUSSELS, Aug 19 (KUNA) -- President of Alliance of Liberals and Democrats Group in European Parliament, Guy Verhofstadt, expressed his support Friday for the declaration by EU High Representative Federica Mogherini on behalf of the 28-Ey member states on Syria which strongly condemned attacks against civilians.
Under the deal brokered by Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, former Belgian Premier Guy Verhofstadt and Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Olli Rehn will both play a prominent role in the European elections campaign.
The debate came on the request of the Group of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe, ALDE, and its Chair, Guy Verhofstadt. The request was supported by the group of the Socialists.
(1:15 p.m.) 2- Turkish President Abdullah Gul and Parliament Speaker Cemil Cicek will separately receive Guy Verhofstadt, leader of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats of Europe, or ALDE, at the European Parliament, in Ankara.
Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt said on October 11 that negotiations had successfully concluded between his government and Suez on the French group's public offer for the shares it does not already own in Electrabel.
The agreement was announced in Rome by Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi and Belgian prime minister Guy Verhofstadt.
Japan and Belgium will discuss the introduction of social security pact when Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt visits Japan later this month, Japanese officials said Wednesday.
Chief co-ordinator Guy Verhofstadt said suggestions from David Davis that the agreement was not fixed had undermined trust in the UK among MEPs.
The Prime Minister said her Government had been "coming forward with the ideas", but key Brussels players including Michel Barnier and Guy Verhofstadt continued to express frustration about the UK's approach.
That if Britain changes its mind it would find an open door," Guy Verhofstadt told the chamber.
Ex-Belgian prime minister Guy Verhofstadt, 63, will co-ordinate the European Parliament's response to the UK's vote to leave.