Etienne de Sauvage
Etienne de Sauvage (1789 - 1867) is a liberal politician Belgian. He supports very early the unionism. In 1829, he is vice-president of the constitutional Association. In September 1830, he becomes Member of the Commission of public safety of Liege, then governor of the Province of Liege. It is named by the regent Surlet de Chokier to form the second government of independent Belgium. He requests Joseph Lebeau, thus going against the opinions francophile of the regent (indeed, Joseph Lebeau had made known himself for its combat with the National congress against the candidature of Louis of Orleans). He takes part then in the government as a Minister of Interior Department, but the direction with Joseph Lebeau leaves some.
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