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MEP Olivier CHASTEL

Belgium
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Parliamentary activities

Participation in roll-call votes:
99.84%
 
 
1926 out of 1929 votes
Ranking: 18th
Loyalty to political group:
97.09%
1870 out of 1926 votes
Ranking: 201st
Loyalty to national party:
100.00%
1870 out of 1870 votes
Ranking: 1st

How this MEP influences EU policy (sample)

Voting behaviour reveals that, compared to the Renew group, this MEP is more supportive of using the ‘passerelle clause’ to introduce qualified majority voting in fiscal legislation.

Additionally, we found that, compared to the Renew group, this MEP is less supportive of decreasing the EU budget allocated to Turkey as a retaliatory measure for its military incursion in Syria.

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Contact MEP

Email:
olivier.chastel@europarl.europa.eu
Assistants:
CLEMENCE JANSSENS, Gaelle Emmanuelle B SMET, Didier Louis R URBAIN, Bénédicte VAN DEN BERG

Address Bruxelles

Parlement européen

Parlement européen, Bât. WILLY BRANDT, 06M019, 60, rue Wiertz / Wiertzstraat 60, B-1047 Bruxelles/Brussel

Tel: 0032 2 28 45797

Fax: 0032 2 28 49797

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Address Strasbourg

Parlement européen

Parlement européen, Bât. WINSTON CHURCHILL, M02100, 1, avenue du Président Robert Schuman, CS 91024, F-67070 Strasbourg Cedex

Tel: 0033 3 88 1 75797

Fax: 0033 3 88 1 79797

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Curriculum vitae

  • Education

  • 1987-1993 - Free University of Brussels – Assistant
  • 1993-1998 - ‘Quality Assistance’ analysis laboratory – head of department and quality manager
  • Professional career

  • 1987 - Free University of Brussels – degree in pharmacy
  • Political career

  • Offices held in a political party or national trade union
  • 2014-2019 - Reformist Movement – national president
  • Offices held in local government bodies
  • 1993 - City of Charleroi – municipal councillor
  • Offices held in a regional assembly
  • 1998-1999 - Walloon Regional Parliament – Member
  • Offices held in regional government bodies
  • 2014 - Wallonia-Brussels French Community – Minister for the Arts
  • Offices held in a national parliament
  • 1999-2019 - Belgian Chamber of Representatives – Member
  • Offices held in a national government
  • 2008-2011 - Belgian Federal State – Secretary of State for European Affairs
  • 2011-2014 - Belgian Federal State – Minister for the Budget and Administrative Simplification
  • Offices held in the EU institutions
  • 2019 - European Parliament – Member