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Hervé DE CHARETTE DE LA CONTRIE

Hervé DE CHARETTE DE LA CONTRIE, French Deputy. Chevalier of the National Order of Merit.

Background

  • DE CHARETTE DE LA CONTRIE, Hervé was born on July 30, 1938 in Paris, France. Parents: Hélion de Charette de la Contrie and Jeanne de Charette de la Contrie (née de Nolhac).

  • Education

    • Saint-Louis School, Paris. Hautes Etudes Commerciales (advanced business school), diploma. Institute of Political Studies, Paris, diploma.

      National School of Administration, 1964-1966.

    Career

    • Commissioner of Audit, of State, 1966. Deputy Secretary-General, Council of State, 1969-1972. Deputy technical adviser to Principal Private Secretary to Georges Gorse, Minister of Labour Employment and Population, 1973-1974.

      Counsel of Council of State, 1973. On detachment to office of Paul Dijoud, Secretary of State to Minister of Labour, responsible for immigrant workers, 1974-1976. Principal Private Secretary to Christian Beullac, Minister of Labour, 1978.

      Chairman of board of Govemers of National Immigration Office, 1977. Principal Private Secretary to Christian Beullac, Minister of Education, 1978. Chairman of Sonacotra, 1980-1981.

      National Secretary for defence problems. General Delegate, 1978, and Deputy Secretary-General, since 1979, of Republican Party. Rejoined Council of State, 1981.

      Deputy for Nièvre, 1986, gave up seat to Bernard Savy. Minister Delegate to Prime Minister, responsible for Civil Service and the Plan, 1986-1988. Deputy, Union for French Democracy, for Maine-et-Loire, since 1988.

      Vice-President of Union for French Democracy, since 1991. Pres, of SONACOTRA, 1980-1981.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Union for French Democracy

    Connections

    • Spouse Michèle Delor (2nd Marriage), 1980. Children: Camille.
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    Born July 30, 1938
    Nationality

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