|Name Huguette Bouchardeau||Role French Politician|
|Books Agenda 2004: 1804-2004, George Sand, Agatha Christie|
Similar People Marie‑France Garaud, Michel Crepeau, Arlette Laguiller, Michel Debre
Huguette Bouchardeau (born 1 June 1935 in Saint-Étienne, Loire) is a French socialist politician, as well as a publisher (founder of HB Éditions), essayist, and biographer.
Bouchardeau was a candidate of the Unified Socialist Party (PSU) in the 1981 presidential election, receiving 1.1% of the vote, and National Secretary of the Party between 1979 and 1981. Bouchardeau also served as Minister of the Environment and Way of Life in the French Socialist Party-led cabinets of Pierre Mauroy (1981–1984) and Laurent Fabius (1984–1986).