Ronnie Brunswijk Net Worth:- Brunswijk was born in Moengotapoe, Suriname on March 7, 1961. He is a Surinamese politician, businessman, footballer, former rebel leader, and the current Vice President of Suriname. Ronnie Brunswijk’s net worth is estimated of $5 Million. Ronnie Brunswijk served as Dési Bouterse’s personal bodyguard in the early 1980s, when the government was overthrown in a military coup in 1980. Brunswijk left him and formed the Surinamese Liberation Army, better known as the Jungle Commando.
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Ronnie Brunswijk assaulted Rashied Doekhi in the Surinamese parliament in December 2007. Doekhi is a member of Desi Bouterse’s party and insulted Paul Somohardjo, the Surinamese parliament’s former speaker. Finally, in 1991, the government and Brunswijk reached an agreement that included the conversion of the Jungle Commando into a regular component of the Surinamese Army, with responsibility for patrolling their traditional interior territory. Additionally, the government promised Maroons jobs in gold prospecting and forestry, as they were isolated from a large number of developing industries.
Ronnie Brunswijk sought recognition and rights for the interior’s Maroon minority, descendants of African slaves who established independent communities in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Additionally, he desired to “liberate Suriname from military dictatorship.” His forces fought a civil war known as the Surinamese Interior War against the national military led by Bouterse. From 1986 to 1990, the civil war continued, resulting in hundreds of deaths and more than 10,000 refugees in French Guiana, as well as the disruption of vital mining industries. In 1991, a cease-fire was negotiated.
In the 2020 elections, Brunswijk was elected to the National Assembly. He was elected Chairman of the National Assembly of Suriname in an uncontested election on 29 June 2020. Vice Chairman Dew Sharman was elected. Brunswijk later ran for vice president, and on 8 July, he announced that he would be succeeded as Chairman of the National Assembly by Marinus Bee, who was inaugurated on 14 July. Brunswijk served as Chairman for the shortest period of time in Suriname’s history.
Ronnie Brunswijk maintains a low-key approach to his personal and romantic life. Please revisit this page frequently as we will continue to add new details about new relationships. Consider Ronnie Brunswijk’s previous relationships, ex-girlfriends, and hookups. Ronnie Brunswijk prefers to remain anonymous regarding her marital status and divorce.
Ronnie Brunswijk is also a Marowijne football club Inter Moengotapoe player and owner. Brunswijk built the Ronnie Brunswijkstadion in Moengo in 2002. He was suspended for five years by the Surinamese Football Association’s disciplinary committee for threatening several players with a handgun during a match in 2005. Suspension was rescinded due to a dearth of evidence. Brunswijk was suspended for one year in June 2012 for his violent behaviour toward the referee and a player during a football match.
On 21 September 2021, at the age of 60 years and 198 days, Brunswijk started for his club, Inter Moengotapoe, in the first leg of the round of 16 2021 CONCACAF League 6–0 home loss to Honduran side C.D. Olimpia. He played 60 minutes and completed 14 of his 17 attempted passes before being replaced by his son Damian Brunswijk in the second half. He made history when he became the oldest player to compete in an international club tournament. He wore the number 61 jersey in honor of his birth year and captained the team throughout the match.