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Jurie Viljoen
Jurie Viljoen


He is the only representative of the Monitor Action Group (MAG) in the National Assembly.

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Created: 24th Nov 2009
Modified: 24th Nov 2009
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Jurie Viljoen
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Date of Birth: May/14/1942
Gender: male
Place of Origin: Namibia
Viljoen is a Namibian politician. Viljoen is a member of the 4th National Assembly of Namibia since taking office in 2005. He is the only representative of the Monitor Action Group in the National Assembly. Viljoen graduated from Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education (now part of North-West University) in 1966. In 1976, Viljoen graduated from the University of South Africa (UNISA), a distance learning university with a degree in history. He also graduated from the Rand Afrikaans University (now part of the University of Johannesburg) with a M.A. in history. Viljoen took office following the 2004 legislative election, when his party, the MAG, appointed him to the National Assembly. He replaced Kosie Pretorius. Viljoen and his party generally support White Namibians, claiming that reverse racism is common in independent Namibia. Source:

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