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Raymond Michel DOUYERE

Raymond Michel DOUYERE, French Deputy.

Background

  • DOUYERE, Raymond Michel was born on May 25, 1939 in Paris, France.

  • Education

    • Primary School and College. Rainey; University of Paris, Faculty of Medicine, State Doctorate in medicine.

    Career

    • Propaganda Secretary, Bondy, 1960-1965. Town Councillor for Bondy, 1965-1968. 1st Secretary ofSarthe Socialist Party, 1969-1979.

      Deputy Mayor of Bouloire, 1970. Mayor of Bouloire, 1971, re-elected in 1977, 1983 and 1989. Deputy for Sarthe, 1981, re-elected in 1986 and 1988.

      Parliamentary work in current legislature, 1988-1993. Member of Finance Commission. Political representative for Socialist Commissioners for financial questions.

      Member of Socialist Group Office. Member of Tax Commission. Member of study groups on AIDS, Racism and Anti-semitism, Forestry and Wood Processing Industrial Farming Development, Tourism, Insurance, Industrial farming development, Tourism, Insurance.

      Chairman of France-United States Friendship Group. Spokesman for Commission of enquiry on privatisation of companies and banks in the public sector since 6th August 1986. Member of Surveillance Committee of Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations (largest national public financial institution).

      Chairman of Surveillance Council of Credit Local de France. Parliamentary work in previous legislatures: Vice-Chairman of National Assembly. Spokesman on Civil Service budget.

      Spokesman on New Caledonia Income Tax Bill. Spokesman on New Monuments Bill. Spokesman on Savings Tax Bill.

      Spokesman on banking law. Member of Parliamentary Mission responsible for study of fight against flight of capital. Member of Parliamentary Mission on financial aspects of certain operations of the ERAP.

      Member of Parliamentary Office for Scientific and Technological Alternatives. Member of High French Committee for Civil Defence. Medical practitioner, Bouloire, Sarthe, since 1968.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Socialist Party

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    Born May 25, 1939
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