Belgium’s new pensions and environment minister Bruno Tobback has his work cut out. The ever more important and contentious portfolio of pensions offers challenges galore. But to make his mark Tobback must, at the tender age of 35, prove himself against the backdrop of his influential predecessor Frank Vandenbroucke, architect of the far-reaching Vandenbroucke Law, and accusations of nepotism. His father is fellow socialist party member, former minister and now senator Louis Tobback. ...
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