| Jean Rey|
| Albert Coppe|
| Franco Maria Malfatti
Lionello Levi Sandri (Social Affairs, Personnel and Administration)
Victor Bodson (Transport)
Himself (Budgets, Credit, Investment, Press and Information)
Patrick Hillery (Social Affairs)
Carlo Scarascia-Mugnozza (Parliamentary Affairs, Environmental Policy and Transport)
Himself (Social Affairs, Transport and Budget)
Wilhelm Haferkamp (Economics, Finance, Credit and Investments)
March 30, 1999, Tervuren, Belgium
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Albert Coppé Wikipedia
Albert Coppé (26 November 1911, in Bruges – 30 March 1999, in Tervuren) was a Belgian and European politician and economist.
Born in Bruges on 26 November 1911, Coppé was a founding member of the CDV party and served in the European Commission as Commissioner for Social Affairs, Transport & Budget under the Malfatti & Mansholt Commissions. He also led an interim High Authority in the European Coal and Steel Community in 1967.
Coppé died in Tervuren on 30 March 1999.