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The Hague has new aldermen

Published: 8 June 2018Modified: 19 June 2018

The 8 new aldermen were officially inaugurated on 7 June. This means that The Hague has a new Municipal Executive (college van burgemeester en wethouders). The Municipal Council also bid farewell to a number of members of the former Municipal Executive.

Before the inauguration the Council bid farewell to departing aldermen Rabin Baldewsingh, Tom de Bruijn, Karsten Klein and Joris Wijsmuller. Klein and Wijsmuller will remain members of the Municipal Council.

New Municipal Executive

Saskia Bruines and Boudewijn Revis are also aldermen in the new Municipal Executive. They will work together with Bert van Alphen, Robert van Asten, Rachid Guernaoui, Richard de Mos, Kavita Parbhudayal and Liesbeth van Tongeren.

The aldermen were inaugurated in the Council Chamber. From left to right: Richard de Mos, Rachid Guernaoui, Boudewijn Revis, Kavita Parbhudayal, Robert van Asten, Saskia Bruines, Liesbeth van Tongeren and Bert van Alphen. (Photo: Arnaud Roelofsz)
The aldermen were inaugurated in the Council Chamber. From left to right: Richard de Mos, Rachid Guernaoui, Boudewijn Revis, Kavita Parbhudayal, Robert van Asten, Saskia Bruines, Liesbeth van Tongeren and Bert van Alphen. (Photo: Arnaud Roelofsz)

More information

More information about the aldermen in the new Municipal Executive and the coalition agreement for 2018-2022 can be found under Municipal organisation.