|27th Prime Minister of Belgium|
20 May 1926 - 6 June 1931
|Born||28 July 1870|
|Died||15 February 1939 (aged 68)|
|Political party||Catholic Party|
Jaspar was born in Schaerbeek and trained as a lawyer. He represented Liège as a Catholic in the Belgian Chamber of Representatives from 1919 until 1936. He helped create the Belgium-Luxembourg Economic Union in 1921, and served as the 27th Prime Minister of Belgium from 1926 to 1931. In 1924 he was made an honorary Minister of State.
He held several ministerial positions including;
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| Prime Minister of Belgium