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Victor Gerard Marie "Vic" Marijnen (21 February 1917 – 5 April 1975) was a Dutch politician of the defunct Catholic People's Party (KVP) now merged into the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) party and jurist who served as Prime Minister of the Netherlands from 24 July 1963 until 14 April 1965. Marijnen was known for his abilities as a manager and consensus builder. During his premiership, his cabinet was responsible for reforms to health insurance, the handeling of the marriage between Princess Irene and Carlos Hugo of Bourbon-Parma and the proposed reforms to the public broadcasting system.

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  • Victor Gerard Marie "Vic" Marijnen (21 February 1917 – 5 April 1975) was a Dutch politician of the defunct Catholic People's Party (KVP) now merged into the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) party and jurist who served as Prime Minister of the Netherlands from 24 July 1963 until 14 April 1965. Marijnen was known for his abilities as a manager and consensus builder. During his premiership, his cabinet was responsible for reforms to health insurance, the handeling of the marriage between Princess Irene and Carlos Hugo of Bourbon-Parma and the proposed reforms to the public broadcasting system.
  • Victor Gerard Marie "Vic" Marijnen (21 February 1917 – 5 April 1975) was a Dutch politician of the defunct Catholic People's Party (KVP) now the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) party and jurist who served as Prime Minister of the Netherlands from 24 July 1963 until 14 April 1965.
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  • Victor Gerard Marie "Vic" Marijnen (21 February 1917 – 5 April 1975) was a Dutch politician of the defunct Catholic People's Party (KVP) now merged into the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) party and jurist who served as Prime Minister of the Netherlands from 24 July 1963 until 14 April 1965. Marijnen applied at the Radboud University Nijmegen in June 1936 majoring in Law and obtaining an Bachelor of Laws degree in July 1938 before graduating with an Master of Laws degree in July 1941. Marijnen worked as a civil servant for the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Shipping and the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries from August 1941 until May 1944 and for the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture from May 1944 until October 1945 and for the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Supplies from October 1945 until February 1949. Marijnen applied at the Rotterdam School of Economics in December 1945 for a postgraduate education and obtained an Bachelor of Economics degree in December 1946. Marijnen worked as a trade association executive for the Christian Farmers and Gardeners Association (CBTB) and served as General-Secretary from February 1949 until April 1951. Marijnen worked again for the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Supplies from April 1951 until November 1957 as Deputy Director-General of the department for Agricultural Trade from April 1951 until January 1953 and as Director-General of the department for Agricultural Trade from January 1953 until November 1957. Marijnen worked as a trade association executive for the Catholic Employers association (AKWV) and served as General-Secretary from November 1957 until May 1959. After the election of 1959 Marijnen was appointed as Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries in the Cabinet De Quay, taking office on 19 May 1959. Marijnen served as acting Minister of Social Affairs and Health from 3 July 1961 until 17 July 1961 following the resignation of Charles van Rooy. Marijnen was elected as a Member of the House of Representatives after the election of 1963, taking office on 2 July 1963. Following several failed cabinet formation attempts Marijnen was approached by the Leader of the Catholic People's Party as a candidate for Prime Minister, Marijnen accepted and was appointed as Formateur to form a new cabinet. The following cabinet formation of 1963 resulted in a coalition agreement between the Catholic People's Party, the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD), the Anti-Revolutionary Party (ARP) and the Christian Historical Union (CHU) which formed the Cabinet Marijnen with Marijnen becoming Prime Minister of the Netherlands and Minister of General Affairs, taking office on 24 July 1963. The Cabinet Marijnen fell on 27 February 1965 following a disagreement in the coalition about proposed reforms to the public broadcasting system and continued to serve in a demissionary capacity until the cabinet formation of 1965 with Marijnen not giving a cabinet post in the new cabinet, the Cabinet Marijnen was replaced by the Cabinet Cals on 14 April 1965. Marijnen returned as Member of the House of Representatives taking the place of his successor as Prime Minister Jo Cals, taking office on 27 April 1965 and continued to serve in the House of Representatives as a backbencher until his resignation on 14 January 1966. Marijnen also became active in the public sector and occupied numerous seats as a nonprofit director on several boards of directors and supervisory boards (Radboud University Nijmegen, International Red Cross Netherlands) and served on several state commissions and councils on behalf of the government (Advisory Council for Spatial Planning, Council for Culture and KPN). On 12 May 1965 Marijnen was nominated as the first Chairman of the Rijnmond Council, a direct electable sub national administrative layer between the municipalities and the provinces in the Rijnmond Area, taking office on 20 May 1965. In September 1968 Marijnen was nominated as Mayor of The Hague, he resigned as Chairman of the Rijnmond Council the day he was installed as Mayor, taking office on 16 October 1968. On 5 April 1975 Marijnen died after suffering a fatal heart Attack at his home in The Hague. Marijnen was known for his abilities as a manager and consensus builder. During his premiership, his cabinet was responsible for reforms to health insurance, the handeling of the marriage between Princess Irene and Carlos Hugo of Bourbon-Parma and the proposed reforms to the public broadcasting system.
  • Victor Gerard Marie "Vic" Marijnen (21 February 1917 – 5 April 1975) was a Dutch politician of the defunct Catholic People's Party (KVP) now the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) party and jurist who served as Prime Minister of the Netherlands from 24 July 1963 until 14 April 1965. Marijnen studied Law at the Radboud University Nijmegen obtaining a Master of Laws degree followed by a postgraduate education in Agricultural economics at the Rotterdam School of Economics obtaining a Bachelor of Economics and worked as a civil servant for the Ministries of Economic Affairs and Agriculture and Fisheries from August 1941 until November 1957 and as a trade association executive for the Christian Farmers and Gardeners Association (CBTB) February 1949 until April 1951 and the Catholic Employers association (AKWV) from November 1957 until May 1959. After the election of 1959 Marijnen was appointed as Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries in the Cabinet De Quay taking office on 19 May 1959. After the election of 1963 Marijnen was asked to lead a new cabinet. Following a successful cabinet formation Marijnen formed the Cabinet Marijnen and became Prime Minister of the Netherlands taking office on 24 July 1963. The cabinet fell 19 months into its term and following a cabinet formation wasn't included in the new cabinet. Marijnen left office following the installation of the Cabinet Cals on 14 April 1965 but returned as a Member of the House of Representatives serving from 27 April 1965 until his resignation on 14 January 1966 as a backbencher. Marijnen also became active in the public sector as a non-profit director and served on several state commissions and councils on behalf of the government. Marijnen continued to be active in politics and in September 1968 was nominated as the next Mayor of The Hague taking office on 16 October 1968. On 5 April 1975 Marijnen died after suffering a fatal heart attack at his home at the age of just 58. Marijnen was known for his abilities as a skillful manager and consensus builder. During his premiership, his cabinet were responsible for major reforms to health insurance, the public broadcasting system and dealing with the fallout of the marriage between Princess Irene and carlist Carlos Hugo of Bourbon-Parma. He holds the distinction as the last Prime Minister to have served as Mayor and his premiership is consistently regarded both by scholars and the public to have been below average.
  • Victor Gerard Marie "Vic" Marijnen (21 February 1917 – 5 April 1975) was a Dutch politician of the defunct Catholic People's Party (KVP) now the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) party and jurist who served as Prime Minister of the Netherlands from 24 July 1963 until 14 April 1965. Marijnen studied Law at the Radboud University Nijmegen obtaining a Master of Laws degree followed by a postgraduate education in Agricultural economics at the Rotterdam School of Economics where he obtained a Bachelor of Economics degree. Marijnen worked as a civil servant for the Ministries of Economic Affairs and Agriculture and Fisheries from August 1941 until November 1957 and as a trade association executive for the Christian Farmers and Gardeners association (CBTB) February 1949 until April 1951 and for the Catholic Employers association (AKWV) from November 1957 until May 1959. After the election of 1959 Marijnen was appointed as Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries in the Cabinet De Quay taking office on 19 May 1959. After the election of 1963 Marijnen was asked to lead a new cabinet and following a successful cabinet formation formed the Cabinet Marijnen and became Prime Minister of the Netherlands taking office on 24 July 1963. The cabinet fell just 19 months into its term and he wasn't offered a post in the new cabinet. Marijnen left office following the installation of the Cabinet Cals on 14 April 1965 but returned as a Member of the House of Representatives serving from 27 April 1965 until his resignation on 14 January 1966 as a backbencher. Marijnen also became active in the public sector as a non-profit director and served on several state commissions and councils on behalf of the government. Marijnen continued to be active in politics and in September 1968 was nominated as the next Mayor of The Hague taking office on 16 October 1968. On 5 April 1975 Marijnen died after suffering a fatal heart attack at his home at the age of just 58. Marijnen was known for his abilities as a skillful manager and effective consensus builder. During his premiership, his cabinet were responsible for several major reforms to health insurance, the public broadcasting system and dealing with the fallout of the marriage between Princess Irene and carlist Carlos Hugo of Bourbon-Parma. He holds the distinction as the last Prime Minister to have served as Mayor and his premiership is consistently regarded both by scholars and the public to have been below average.
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