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Prof. Philippe Pierre MADRELLE

Prof. Philippe Pierre MADRELLE, French Senator.

Background

  • MADRELLE, Prof. Philippe Pierre was born on April 21, 1937 in Saint-Seurin-de Cursac, Gironde, France. Parents: Jacques Madrelle and Charlotte Madrelle (née Raymond).

  • Education

    • Blaye College; Faculty of Letters, Bordeaux. Certificate of General Literary Studies.

    Career

    • Municipal Councillor, Ambarès, 1965-1971. Mayor of Carbon-Blanc, since 1976. Proclaimed Deputy for Gironde, 1968, replacing René Cassagne, deceased.

      Elected Socialist Deputy for Gironde (Bordeaux-VII), 1973-1980. County Councillor, Carbon-Blanc, 1969, re-elected 1973. Chairman, Gironde County Council, 1976-1985.

      Elected Socialist Senator for Gironde, 1980. Member, since 1981, and Chairman, 1981-1985, Aquitaine Regional Council. Teacher, 1957-1960, then Professor, College of General Education, 1960-1968.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Socialist Party

    Personality

    Interests

    Athletics, football, rugby.

    Connections

    • Spouse Claudine Cottinet, 1960. Children: Nicolas, Jérôme.
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