Jean-Pierre SUEUR, French Secretary of State attached to the Minister of the Interior and Public Security, responsible for Local Authorities.
SUEUR, Jean-Pierre was born on February 28, 1947 in Boulogne-sur-Mer, Pas-deCalais. Parents: Georges Sueur and Madeleine Sueur (née Talleux).
Lycée Faidherbe, Lille. Ecole Normale supérieure (teacher training), Saint-Cloud. Qualified teacher of French Language and Literature.
Doctor of Arts.
Elected socialist Deputy for 1st constituency (Orléans) of Loiret, 1981, re-elected 1986, 1988. Minister of State responsible for Local Authorities. Mayor of Orleans, since 1989.
Secretary of State attached to Minister of the Interior and Public Security, responsible for Local Authorities. French language and literature teacher at Lycée de jeunes filles, Carthage, 1971-1972. Assistant linguistics lecturer.
University of Tunis 1972-1973. Assistant lecturer, then senior lecturer of linguistics. University of Orléans 197381.
Les Étudiants, la politique et l’Église (in collaboration). 1970. La Parole syndicale (in cell) 1982.
Changer la retraite (Report to Prime Minister), 1984.
Spouse Monique Pontier, 1969. Children: Isabelle, Véronique, Catherine.