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Francois Jean-Paul LONCLE

Francois Jean-Paul LONCLE, French Secretary of State for Towns, attached to the Minister for National Education and Culture.

Background

  • LONCLE, Francois Jean-Paul was born on October 21, 1941 in Enghien-les-Bains, Val-d’Oise, France. Parents: André Loncle and Paulette Loncle (née Ledanois).

  • Education

    • Stanislas College and Claude-Bernard College, Paris. Faculty of Law, Paris. Journalists’ Training Centre, Paris.

    Career

    • Press Relations Manager, Radical Socialist Party, 1970-1971. Co-founder, then National Secretary of Mouvement des Radicaux de Gauche (Radical Left Movement), 1971-1980. Socialist Deputy for Eure (3rd constituency), since 1981.

      Former Chairman, National Assembly Information Problems Study Group. Mayor of Brionne, since 1982. Regional Councillor, Haute-Normandie, 1982-1986.

      Vice Chairman, France-Canada Interparliamentary Association, 1981 -. Secretary of State for Towns, attached to Minister for National Education and Culture. Journalist, ‘ParisNormandie’, 1963, then ORTF television news, 1964-1968.

      Head of Press Service, CFDT trade union, 1968-1970. Head of Courses, Journalists’ Training Centre, 1974-1977.

    Works

    • Autopsie d’une rupture, 1979.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Movement of the Radical Left

    Connections

    • Spouse Elisabeth Macleod, 1961. Children: André, Olivier, Thomas.
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