Jacques Chirac

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Born November 29, 1932 in Paris. 16 Bernadette Chodron de Courcel). 16 March 1956 married Bernadette Chodron de Courcel (Bernadette Chodron de Courcel). Laurence) Claude). She has two children: Laurence (Laurence) and Claude (Claude). Carnot) Louis-le-Grand)He graduated from high schools Carnot (Carnot) and Louis the Great (Louis-le-Grand) in Paris. l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques ) Summer School de l’Universite de Harvard (USA) He has diplomas: Institute of Political Studies (l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques) in Paris and the Summer School at Harvard University (Summer School de l’Universite de Harvard (USA) 1957-1959 gg. – A student of the National School of Administration. 1959 Auditor of the Accounts Chamber. 1962 Assistant to the Secretariat of the Government; Assistant administration of Prime Minister Georges Pompidou. 1965-1993 gg. – Advisor to the Chamber of Accounts. Sainte-Fereole), Correze). March 1965 – March 1977. – Member of the Municipal Council g.Sent Féréol (Sainte-Fereole), Department Corrèze (Correze). Correze). March – May 1967 – the deputy of the department of Corrèze (Correze). 1967-1968 Georges Pompidou), gg. – The Secretary of State for Social Affairs of the Government of Georges Pompidou (Georges Pompidou), responsible for the solution to the problem of unemployment. 1968 Meymac). 1968 – Elected General Counsel of the Canton of Meymac (Meymac). Re-elected to that post in 1970, 1976, 1982. 1968 – 1971 Georges Pompidou), Maurice Couve de Murville), Jacques Chaban-Delmas). 1968 – 1971 gg. – State Secretary of Economy and Finance in the governments of Georges Pompidou (Georges Pompidou), Maurice de Kuve Murvil (Maurice Couve de Murville), Jacques Chaban – Delmas (Jacques Chaban-Delmas). UDR) June – August 1968 – Member of the Republican Party of Democrats (UDR) of Correze. Claude Pompidou) (Since 1969 – Treasurer of the Foundation Claude Pompidou (Claude Pompidou) (obschestvaennaya organization that provides assistance to needy elderly people and children). 1970 – 1979 gg. – The president of the General Council of the department of Correze. 1971-1972 gg. – Special Assignments Minister to the Prime Minister (Jacques Chaban-Delmas), responsible for relations with Parliament. 1972 – 1973 Pierre Messmer). 1972 – 1973 gg. – The Minister of Agriculture of the Government of Pierre Messmer (Pierre Messmer). 1973 Correze). 1973 – re-elected as a deputy from the department of Corrèze (Correze). 1974 Pierre Messmer). 1974 – The Minister of Internal Affairs under the government of Pierre Messmer (Pierre Messmer). Since May 27, 1974 to August 25, 1976 – Prime Minister. UDR) ( l’Union des Democrates Republicains ). From December 1974 to June 1975 – Secretary-General of the party Democratic Republican Union (UDR) (l’Union des Democrates Republicains). UDR. Since June 1975 – Honorary Secretary General of the UDR. Correze). From 1976 to 1995 – three times re-elected deputy of the department of Corrèze (Correze). 5 RPR) (Rassemblement Pour la Republique). December 5, 1976 g.- November 12, 1994 – The president of the party Rally for the Republic (RPR) (Rassemblement Pour la Republique). On March 20, 1977 to May 16, 1995 – Mayor g.Parizha. l’Association Internationale des Maires et responsables des capitales et metropoles partiellement ou entierement Francophones (AIMF). Since May 1, 1979 – President of the International Association of Francophone Mayors of major cities (l’Association Internationale des Maires et responsables des capitales et metropoles partiellement ou entierement Francophones (AIMF). On March 20, 1986 to May 10, 1988 – Prime Minister. 7 May 7, 1995 – elected President of France (inauguration of May 17, 1995). Legion of Honor 1 degree. Order of Merit for the Fatherland of 1 degree. Cross of Military Merit. Medal of Aeronautics. Cavalier Orders: black star; for services in agriculture; art and literature; Sports; tourism. The Order of Malta’s support for the sovereignty of 1 degree.
Jacques ChiracJacques Chirac
Jacques ChiracJacques Chirac
Jacques ChiracJacques Chirac

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