| French|| journalist, politician|
| 27 July 1955 (age 61) (1955-07-27) Casablanca|
Member of the European Parliament
Aline Pailler (born 27 July 1955 Casablanca), is a French journalist and politician.
Aline Pailler Wikipedia
She was member of the European Parliament, from 1994 to 1999, with the French Communist Party.
She has been on the list supported by the Revolutionary Communist League in the municipal elections of March 2001, for Toulouse, following which she was declared ineligible by the Constitutional Council for a period of one year, from 20 September 2001.
She participates in the following radio broadcasts: Without fanfare with Jean-François Kahn, Chocolatine, The Dromomaniaques, Upside Down, The Corner ear on France Inter; The truant hour on the defunct radio "seniors" Radio Bleu public service. She also hosted a morning daily column The saying, doing and the fire of the day and if all the anger of the world. Since September 2007 she is the producer of the program Up to the moon and back, on France Culture.
She has also worked on television: Le Cercle de minuit on France 2, and in Saga-Cities Life broadcast, on FR3, and especially for the daily show entitled Regard Femme.