See also: Janson
- Monarchs of Belgium
- First Belgian Belgian ministers
- Belgian Political parties
It was Prime Minister of Belgium of the November 24th 1937 with the May 15th 1938. This government was difficult to form, in one politically unstable period and a tended international environment. This government created Dutch and French cultural councils and introduced a bill on the use of the languages into the army. Paul-Emile Janson was named minister of state in 1931.
He was also professor with the Universit3e libre de Bruxelles, of which the largest amphitheater will bear the name later.
He was freemason.
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