Adrianus Petrus Wilhelmus "Ad" Melkert (Dutch: [ˈɑt ˈmɛlkərt] ; born 12 February 1956) is a Dutch politician and diplomat of the Labour Party (PvdA). He served as a Member of the House of Representatives from 3 June 1986 until 22 August 1994 when he became Minister of Social Affairs and Employment in the Cabinet Kok I following the Dutch general election of 1994. At the end of the parliamentary period, he was not included in the Cabinet Kok II after the Dutch general election of 1998 by his own request, as he wanted to focus his energies on his candidacy to succeed Wim Kok as the next Party leader of the Labour Party. Melkert returned to the Member of the House of Representatives on 13 July 1998 and became the Parliamentary leader of the Labour Party in the House of Representa

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  • أد ميلكرت (12 فبراير 1956 -)، سياسي هولندي. يتولى منصب مبعوث الأمم المتحدة الخاص في العراق منذ 7 يوليو 2009. (ar)
  • Adrianus Petrus Wilhelmus "Ad" Melkert (Dutch: [ˈɑt ˈmɛlkərt] ; born 12 February 1956) is a Dutch politician and diplomat of the Labour Party (PvdA). He served as a Member of the House of Representatives from 3 June 1986 until 22 August 1994 when he became Minister of Social Affairs and Employment in the Cabinet Kok I following the Dutch general election of 1994. At the end of the parliamentary period, he was not included in the Cabinet Kok II after the Dutch general election of 1998 by his own request, as he wanted to focus his energies on his candidacy to succeed Wim Kok as the next Party leader of the Labour Party. Melkert returned to the Member of the House of Representatives on 13 July 1998 and became the Parliamentary leader of the Labour Party in the House of Representatives on 13 July 1998 and became the presumed de facto next Party leader of the Labour Party in all but name. He was elected the official Party leader of the Labour Party on 15 December 2001 and became the lijsttrekker (top candidate) for the Dutch general election of 2002. Melkert and Hans Dijkstal were the front runners to become the next Prime Minister in the early stages of the campaign, but the unexpected arrival of Pim Fortuyn of Livable Netherlands (LN) and later the Pim Fortuyn List (LPF), turned the polls. Fortuyn blamed the problems in the country on the Purple cabinets (in which both Melkert and Dijkstal served as ministers) and depicted Melkert and Dijkstal as two bureaucrats who were out of touch with the voter's concerns. During the election Fortuyn accused Melkert of the demonization of his character and personal integrity. After a heated campaign Fortuyn was assassinated in Hilversum a mere nine days before polling day. The Labour Party suffered a landslide defeat in the election, losing 23 seats, Melkert was blamed for the defeat primary because of his technocratic leadership in contrast to the more charismatic Fortuyn. After Fortuyn's assassination Melkert received death threats and sequentially left national politics. He resigned as Party leader of the Labour Party and Parliamentary leader of the Labour Party in the House of Representatives on 16 May 2002 and gave up his seat in the House of Representatives on 17 October 2002. Following his career in Dutch politics, he worked at the World Bank and the United Nations. (en)
  • Adrianus Petrus Wilhelmus „Ad“ Melkert (* 12. Februar 1956 in Gouda) ist ein niederländischer Politiker und Beamter. Er ist Mitglied der sozialdemokratischen Arbeiterpartei (PvdA) und war unter anderem Arbeitsminister und Parteichef. Als mitten im Wahlkampf am 6. Mai 2002 der Linksextremist Volkert van der Graaf den Rechtspopulisten Pim Fortuyn auf dem Parkplatz des staatlichen Rundfunks in Hilversum mit fünf Kopfschüssen tötete, sagte Melkert: „Die Niederlande haben ihre Unschuld verloren.“ Von Juli 2009 bis zum 1. Oktober 2011 war Melkert Sondergesandter des Generalsekretärs der Vereinten Nationen zur Leitung der Unterstützungsmission der Vereinten Nationen im Irak. (de)
  • Adrianus « Ad » Petrus Wilhelmus Melkert, né le 12 février 1956 à Gouda, est un homme politique néerlandais, membre du Parti du travail (PvdA). (fr)
  • Adrianus Petrus Wilhelmus (Ad) Melkert (Gouda, 12 februari 1956) is een Nederlands politicus en bestuurder. Hij is lid van de Partij van de Arbeid (PvdA) en was voor deze partij Kamerlid, minister en fractievoorzitter. Van juli 2009 tot 1 oktober 2011 was Melkert Speciale Vertegenwoordiger van de Secretaris-generaal van de Verenigde Naties in Irak. Sedert 2016 is hij lid van de Raad van State in buitengewone dienst. (nl)
  • Adrianus Petrus Wilhelmus (Ad) Melkert (ur. 12 lutego 1956 w Goudzie) – holenderski polityk, deputowany do Tweede Kamer, minister, od 2001 do 2002 lider Partii Pracy (PvdA). (pl)
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  • Leader of the Labour Party
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  • Minister of Social Affairs and Employment of the Netherlands
  • Member of the Council of State of the Netherlands
  • Special Representativefor theUnited Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq
  • Associate Administrator of theUnited Nations Development Programme
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  • Kemal Derviş
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  • Mónica León Borquez
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  • أد ميلكرت (12 فبراير 1956 -)، سياسي هولندي. يتولى منصب مبعوث الأمم المتحدة الخاص في العراق منذ 7 يوليو 2009. (ar)
  • Adrianus « Ad » Petrus Wilhelmus Melkert, né le 12 février 1956 à Gouda, est un homme politique néerlandais, membre du Parti du travail (PvdA). (fr)
  • Adrianus Petrus Wilhelmus (Ad) Melkert (Gouda, 12 februari 1956) is een Nederlands politicus en bestuurder. Hij is lid van de Partij van de Arbeid (PvdA) en was voor deze partij Kamerlid, minister en fractievoorzitter. Van juli 2009 tot 1 oktober 2011 was Melkert Speciale Vertegenwoordiger van de Secretaris-generaal van de Verenigde Naties in Irak. Sedert 2016 is hij lid van de Raad van State in buitengewone dienst. (nl)
  • Adrianus Petrus Wilhelmus (Ad) Melkert (ur. 12 lutego 1956 w Goudzie) – holenderski polityk, deputowany do Tweede Kamer, minister, od 2001 do 2002 lider Partii Pracy (PvdA). (pl)
  • Adrianus Petrus Wilhelmus "Ad" Melkert (Dutch: [ˈɑt ˈmɛlkərt] ; born 12 February 1956) is a Dutch politician and diplomat of the Labour Party (PvdA). He served as a Member of the House of Representatives from 3 June 1986 until 22 August 1994 when he became Minister of Social Affairs and Employment in the Cabinet Kok I following the Dutch general election of 1994. At the end of the parliamentary period, he was not included in the Cabinet Kok II after the Dutch general election of 1998 by his own request, as he wanted to focus his energies on his candidacy to succeed Wim Kok as the next Party leader of the Labour Party. Melkert returned to the Member of the House of Representatives on 13 July 1998 and became the Parliamentary leader of the Labour Party in the House of Representa (en)
  • Adrianus Petrus Wilhelmus „Ad“ Melkert (* 12. Februar 1956 in Gouda) ist ein niederländischer Politiker und Beamter. Er ist Mitglied der sozialdemokratischen Arbeiterpartei (PvdA) und war unter anderem Arbeitsminister und Parteichef. Als mitten im Wahlkampf am 6. Mai 2002 der Linksextremist Volkert van der Graaf den Rechtspopulisten Pim Fortuyn auf dem Parkplatz des staatlichen Rundfunks in Hilversum mit fünf Kopfschüssen tötete, sagte Melkert: „Die Niederlande haben ihre Unschuld verloren.“ (de)
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