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Didier JULIA

Didier JULIA, French Deputy.


  • JULIA, Didier was born on February 18, 1934 in Paris, France. Parents: Albert Julia and France Julia (née Hollier-Larousse).

  • Education

    • Lakanal Secondary School, Sceaux. Henri-IV Secondary School. University of Paris, Faculty of Arts.

      Qualified as teacher of philosophy. Doctor of Arts.


    • Secretary General of French Committee for panEuropean union, since 1966. Deputy, Seine-et-Marne (5th constituency: Fontainebleau), 1967, re-elected 1968, 1973, 1978, 1981, 1986, 1988. President of the group responsible for the study of administrative reform of the National Assembly.

      Vice-President of Foreign Affairs Commission of the National Assembly, 1970-1972. Member of the National Assembly of French-speaking Parliamentarians, 1974-1981. Member of French delegation to United Nations, 1975-1978.

      National delegate for overseas territories, 1979-1986. Vice-President of Regional Council of Ile-de-France, 1981, re-elected 1986 and 1992. National delegate of Rassemblement pour la République (Rally for the Republic) for regional affairs, 1986-1988.

      Archaeological exploration Egypt 1952-1953. Training period in Germany, 1953-1954. Training period in the United States, 1954-1955.

      Teacher at Lille School, 1956. Editor, Grande-Encyclopédie Larousse, 1956. Research assistant at National Centre of Scientific Research, 1958.

      Assistant lecturer, University of Paris, Faculty of Arts, 1964. Senior lecturer, University of Rouen, Faculty of Arts, 1966-1967. Member of supervisory board of Librairie Larousse, since 1972, member of administrative council of Librairie Larousse, since 1984.


    • Several works, notably on German philosophy. Dictionnaire de Philosophie, new ed. 1991.


    Party affiliation: Rally for the Republic



    Table-tennis, tennis, weight lifting. Member of Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Assembly.


    • Spouse Madeleine Girard, 1973. Children: Aude-France.
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    Born February 18, 1934