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Twee Antwerpse volksvertegenwoordigers op de beklaagdenbank

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De strafrechtelijke vervolging voor activisme van Leo Augusteyns en Adelfons Henderickx (1918-1920)

The prosecution of Leo Augusteyns (liberal member of Pariament) and Adelfons Henderickx (Christian Democrat member of Parliament) upon the accusation of collaboration with the Germans after World War I. Both were active in the promotion of Flemish emancipation during the war. Finally Augusteyns was acquitted, Henderickx condemned. The traditional inviolability of members of Parliament was ignored in both cases. An attempt is made to explain this apparent inequality.

Affiliations: 1: Emeritus Professor, University of Leuven/Kortrijk


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