In 2011, the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) appointed a new Senate Group Leader to represent their party in the Dutch Senate. This appointment was a major step for the party, as it marked the first time in their history that the CDA had a Senate Group Leader.
CDA Elects 2011 Senate Group Leader
In 2011, the CDA appointed a new Senate Group Leader, Dr. Willem Wiebes, to represent their party in the Dutch Senate. Wiebes was the first person to hold this position in the party’s history, and he was well-suited to the role. He had previously served as a Member of Parliament for the CDA, and he had been a Member of the Dutch House of Representatives since 1995.
Appointment of Senate Group Leader for CDA in 2011
Wiebes was appointed Senate Group Leader for the CDA in 2011. He was chosen for the position due to his extensive experience in politics, as well as his dedication to the CDA. As Senate Group Leader, he was responsible for representing the CDA in the Senate, as well as advocating for the party’s policies.
Wiebes was eager to take on the role of Senate Group Leader and was enthusiastic about the opportunity to represent the CDA in the Senate. He was committed to upholding the party’s values and was passionate about advocating for the CDA’s policies.
Wiebes served as the Senate Group Leader for the CDA from 2011 to 2015. During his time in office, he was an effective leader and an advocate for the CDA’s policies. His appointment marked a major milestone for the CDA, and he was an important figure in the party’s history.