Soignies (Chamber of Representatives constituency)

Soignies was a constituency used to elect a single member of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives between 1831 and 1995.

Belgian political subdivision

. . . Soignies (Chamber of Representatives constituency) . . .

Election Representative
(Party)
Representative
(Party)
Representative
(Party)
Representative
(Party)
1831 Auguste Duvivier
(Liberal)
Edouard Mary
(Catholic)
2 seats
1833 Bernard Amé du Bus de Gisignies
(Catholic)
1837
1841
1845 Jean Bricourt
(Liberal)
Louis Faignart
(Catholic)
Jean De Saive
(Liberal)
3 seats
1848 Henri Ansiau
(Liberal)
Louis Debroux
(Liberal)
1852 Louis Matthieu
(Catholic)
1856
1857 Joseph Jouret
(Liberal)
1861
1864 Adrien Bruneau
(Liberal)
1868
1870 Ernest Boucquéau
(Catholic)
Léon Houtart
(Liberal)
1874 Gustave Paternoster
(Liberal)
1878 Grégoire Wincqz
(Liberal)
1882
1886 Jules Thiriar
(Liberal)
Paul Scoumanne
(Liberal)
1890
1892
1894 Jules Mansart
(PS)
Louis Bertrand
(PS)
Oscar Paquay
(PS)
1898 René Branquart
(PS)
1900 Gustave Paternoster
(Liberal)
Léon Mabille
(Catholic)
1904 Alphonse Gravis
(Catholic)
Pol-Clovis Boël
(Liberal)
1908
1912 René Branquart
(PS)
1919
1921 Emile Schevenels
(PS)
Pierre Delannoy
(Catholic)
1925 Léon Lepoivre
(Liberal)
1929 Emile Schevenels
(PS)
1932 Gaston Hoyaux
(PS)
Georges Willocq
(Catholic)
Pierre Vouloir
(Catholic)
1936 Joseph Martel
(PS)
1939 Ernest Duray
(Liberal)
Joseph Oblin
(Catholic)
1946 Willy Frère
(PCB)
1949 Emile Duret
(BSP)
Joseph Martel
(BSP)
1950
1954 Gaston Longeval
(Liberal)
René Pêtre
(CVP)
1958 Marcel Collart
(BSP)
1961 Léon Hurez
(BSP)
Roger Gailliez
(BSP)
1965 Claude Lerouge
(PVV)
1968 Marcel Couteau
(PCB)
1971 Richard Gondry
(PSB)
1974 René Jérôme
(cdH)
Robert Lacroix
(PSB)
1977 Guy Pierard
(PRL)
1978
1981 Jean Delhaye
(PS)
1985 Colette Burgeon
(PS)
José Brisart
(Ecolo)
1988 Jean-Paul Vancrombruggen
(PS)
André Dubois
(PRL)
1991 Guy Hollogne
(cdH)
Guy Pierard
(PRL)
José Brisart
(Ecolo)
1995 Merged into Bergen Soignes

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