Anne-Marie Vanderspeeten , known as Anne-Marie Lizin (of the name of his/her husband Michel Lizin) was born the January 5th 1949 with Huy. Anne-Marie Lizin is a Belgian Political personality , Socialiste, author of private bills concerning the nuclear energy, the private militia, the safety of the people like as regards right of the étrangers.
Bourgmestre of the town of Huy, it is, since 2003, professor with the Institut of political studies of Paris where it teaches the operation of the International organizations.
- communal Adviser of Ben-Ahin
- Appointed European
- Secretary of State in Europe 92 of the Belgian Government (1988-1992)
- Representation of the Belgian government to the the Council of Ministers of the European Economic community.
- Appointed E of 1991 to 1995
- Member of the parliamentary assembly of the Organization for safety and the co-operation in Europe. Indicated president of the socialist group in March 2006 and president of the third commission to the parliamentary session of the SOEC of July 2006.
- Sénatrice since 1995
- President of the Senate of July 2004 in July 2007
- Burgomaster of the Town of Huy since 1983.
At the time of the Belgian federal legislative elections of 2007, Anne-Marie Lizin is the chief candidate of the PS to the Senate and obtains: 148927 votes, second score of the French-speaking electoral college behind the liberal Louis Michel but very clearly in lower part of: 442537 votes obtained by Elio Di Rupo, chief candidate of the PS to the Senate at the time of the Belgian federal legislative elections of 2003.
Following the defeat of the Socialists, it must leave, on July 12th, 2007, the presidency of the Senate to the profit of the liberal Armand De Decker.
Founder of a Asbl entitled Ground of the Women Anne-Marie Lizin promotes a project of extension of the Political asylum to the victims of persecutions for reasons of sex.
Anne-Marie Lizin assumed the presidency of the Council of the French-speaking Women of 1996 to 2002.
With the international level
September 26th, 2005, the Ambassador of France decorates Anne-Marie Lizin with the chivalric insignias in the National order of the Legion of honor.
It is charged, in December 2005, by the president of the Plenary assembly of SOEC to inquire into the American detention center of Guantanamo.
Interviewed by RTBF (JT 12/9/05) on her mission with Guantanamo, Mrs Lizin speaks about “Belgians between quotation marks” in connection with two Belgian nationals who were held there. What causes many reactions in the immigrant community and a very sharp concern of the MRAX (Mouvement against racism, the anti-semitism and xenophobia)
After its visit with Guantanamo in March 2006, Amnesty International regrets the remarks made by the president of an institution as prestigious as the Senate of Belgium and is indignant at its declarations on the detention conditions, the interrogations and the “clearness” of the answers brought by the guards.
In 2005, whereas the installation of the park of Récollets with Huy had been the local popular consultation object, Anne-Marie Lizin announced that the option supported by 95 % of the voters, the green area, would not be followed because of low participation rate (27 %) because it estimated that the 73 % of citizens not having voted implicitly supported the real estate project which had its favor. The business caused important movements, reaching its point of organ when the opposition showed Mrs. Lizin to carry breach of liberty public (in fact, freedom of the press) to have prohibited the access of the room of the town council to the press at a meeting of the town council.
Anne-Marie Lizin also saw itself reproached for forgetting the principle of the separation of the capacities because of a mail sent to a magistrate to support one living of Huy in a business treated by this magistrate. The fact that the mail had been sent apparently in its capacity as president of the Senate, in particular had been raised and interpreted like an attempt at influence. Already previously, Mrs Lizin had been addressed by mail to an examining magistrate inhabitant of Brussels, Anne Gruwez, who informed a file of aggravated assault and harassing to influence her approach
Depuis at the time, one still raised in 2007 an intervention in a file of social action. In fact, Mrs. Lizin had transmitted to the private address of a magistrate hutois the recourse of a lady excluded from CPAS of Huy, recourse which was then transmitted by the magistrate to the Court of Work, only qualified in this matter.
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