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Jean Georges Adolphe Emile CHERIOUX

Jean Georges Adolphe Emile CHERIOUX, French Senator. Chevalier of the Legion of Honour; Officer of the National Order of Merit and of Agricultural Merit; Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (Great Britain); Commander of the Order of St. Gregory the Great (Holy See) and of Merit of the Sovereign Order of Malta.


  • CHERIOUX, Jean Georges Adolphe Emile was born on February 16, 1928 in Paris, France. Parents: Marcel Chérioux and Suzanne (née Leveugle).

  • Education

    • Hattemer School, Paris. Faculty of Law, Paris, first degree, second degree in public law and political economy. Institute of Political Studies, Paris, diploma.


    • Town Councillor for Saint-Antoine-du-Rocher, 1953-1965. Member of Paris City Council Office and Departmental Councillor for Seine, 1965. Vice-Chairman of Paris Council, 1969.

      Re-elected Town Councillor, 15th arrondissement, 1971-1983. Chairman of Paris council, 1971-1972, member of City Hall Rassemblement pour la République (Rally for the Republic) group. General spokesman on social security budget for Paris, 1969-1977.

      Member of Board of Governors, since 1971. And Vice-Chairman of Transport Commission, 1973-1976, of District of Paris Region. Deputy Mayor of Paris, since 1977.

      Senator for Paris, 1977, re-elected 1986. Vice-Chairman of Senate Rassemblement pour la République (Rally for the Republic) group and of Senate Social Affairs Committee, 1980-1986. ViceChairman of the Senate, since 1986.

      Secretary-General, 1961-1973, administrator, since 1970, Vice-Chairman and Managing Director, 1976-1977 of International Investment and Capitalisation Company. Chairman and Managing Director, 1964, Managing Director, 1965-1977, then administrator of Economic and Financial Analysis Company.


    • L’Organisation administrative et politique de l’Irlande du Nord (thesis). Au service de Paris.


    Party affiliation: Rally for the Republic


    Clubs: Honorary President of AdolpheCherioux Girde.


    • Spouse Marie-José Saussier, 1951. Children: Joëlle, Brigitte, Philippe.
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    Born February 16, 1928