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Jean-Pierre Brard

Jean-Pierre Brard
Mayor of Montreuil
In office
1984–2008
Preceded by Marcel Dufriche
Succeeded by Dominique Voynet
Member of the French National Assembly for Seine-Saint-Denis
In office
1988–2012
Succeeded by Razzy Hammadi
Personal details
Born (1948-02-07) 7 February 1948
Flers, France
Nationality French
Political party French Communist Party

Jean-Pierre Brard, (born 7 February 1948 in Flers, Orne), is a French politician. Initially a teacher, he entered politics and was elected was deputy mayor of Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis, a post he held until 1984 when he was elected mayor of the same city. He remained mayor until March 2008. He is a member of the Convention for a Progressive Alternative (CAP) and a deputy to the French National Assembly since 1988. A former member of the French Communist Party (until 1996), he is affiliated to the parliamentary group of the Democratic and Republican Left. He is a member of the Parliamentary Office for evaluation of scientific and technological options, and he participates in various task forces and commissions on sects, the economy and finance.[1]

Contents

  • Political offices held 1
    • Local offices 1.1
    • Member of Parliament 1.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Political offices held

Local offices

1971–1984 City Council and Deputy Mayor of Montreuil

1984–2008 Mayor of Montreuil

2008–2014 Municipal Councilor of Montreuil (opposition)

Member of Parliament

1988–2012 member of the seventh district of Seine-Saint-Denis

References

  1. ^ "Jean-Pierre Brard".  

External links

  • (French) Official site
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