Mark Eyskens

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Mark Eyskens
Prime Minister of Belgium
In office
6 April 1981 – 17 December 1981
Monarch Baudouin
Deputy Guy Mathot
Willy Claes
José Desmarets
Preceded by Wilfried Martens
Succeeded by Wilfried Martens
Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
Prime Minister Wilfried Martens
Preceded by Leo Tindemans
Succeeded by Willy Claes
Minister of Finance
In office
Prime Minister Wilfried Martens
Preceded by Frans Grootjans
Succeeded by Philippe Maystadt
In office
Prime Minister Wilfried Martens
Preceded by Paul Hatry
Succeeded by Robert Vandeputte
Minister of Economic Affairs
In office
Prime Minister Wilfried Martens
Preceded by Willy Claes
Succeeded by Philippe Maystadt
Personal details
Born (1933-04-29) 29 April 1933 (age 84)
Leuven, Belgium
Political party Christian Democratic and Flemish
Spouse(s) Anne Rutsaert
Alma mater Catholic University of Leuven
Columbia University

Marc Maria Frans, Viscount Eyskens (born 29 April 1933), known as Mark Eyskens [ˈmɑɾk ˈʔɛɪ̯s̪kən̪s̪]  ( listen), is a Belgian economist and politician in the Christian People's Party (Belgium). He briefly served as Prime Minister of Belgium for eight months in 1981.

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