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President  Jacques Chirac
Alma mater  Sciences Po
Preceded by  Herve Gaymard
Name  Dominique Bussereau

Nationality  French
Education  Sciences Po
Political party  UMP
Succeeded by  Christine Lagarde
Dominique Bussereau www2assembleenationalefrstatictribun14photo
Prime Minister  Jean-Pierre Raffarin Dominique de Villepin
Born  13 July 1952 (age 63) Tours, France (1952-07-13)
Role  Former French Minister of Transportation
Party  Union for a Popular Movement
Previous office  French Minister of Transportation (2005–2010)
Similar People  Didier Quentin, Olivier Falorni, Jean‑Pierre Raffarin, Claude Belot, Corinne Imbert

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Dominique Bussereau (born 13 July 1952 in Tours, Indre-et-Loire) is a French politician, was Secretary of State for Transport within the government of François Fillon. Appointed to the post on 18 May 2007, he was previously Minister of Agriculture (2004–2007), Minister-Delegate for Aviation and Maritime Affairs (2002–2004) and Minister-Delegate for Budgets (2004).

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Political career

Governmental functions

Secretary of State for Transport : 2007–2010.

Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries, Food and Rural Affairs : 2004–2007.

Secretary of State for the Budget : March–November 2004.

Secretary of State for Transport and Sea : 2002–2004.

Electoral mandates

National Assembly of France

MP of the Charente-Maritime's 4th constituency : 1986–1988 / 1993–2002 (Became secretary of State in 2002) / Re-elected in 2007, but he stays minister. Elected in 1986, re-elected in 1993, 1997, 2002, 2007, 2012.

Regional Council

Regional councillor of Poitou-Charentes : 1992–1993 (Resignation) / March–April 2004 (Resignation) / March–September 2010 (Resignation). Re-elected in 2004, 2010.

General Council

President of the Charente-Maritime's General Council : Since 2008.

General councillor of Charente-Maritime : Since 1985. Re-elected in 1992, 1998, 2004.

Municipal Council

Mayor of Saint-Georges-de-Didonne : 1989–2002 (Resignation). Re-elected in 1995, 2001.

Deputy-mayor of Saint-Georges-de-Didonne : 2002–2008.

Municipal councillor of Saint-Georges-de-Didonne : 1989–2008. Re-elected in 1995, 2001.

Deputy-mayor of Royan : 1983–1989.

Municipal councillor of Royan : 1983–1989.

Honours

  • 2007 – Order of the Rising Sun, Grand Cordon (Japan).
  • References

    Dominique Bussereau Wikipedia


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