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Albert VOILQUIN

Albert VOILQUIN, French Senator. Medal of the Resistance; Cross of Voluntary Combat; Cross of Voluntary Combat in the Resistance; Medal of supervised education.

Background

  • VOILQUIN, Albert was born on February 17, 1915 in Médonville, Vosges, France. Parents: Jean Voilquin and Marie Voilquin (née Morizot).

  • Education

    • Matlaincourt Seminary. Saint-Dié Seminar, Baccalauréat.

    Career

    • Administrator controlling expenditure in Germany and Austria, 1946-1955. General Inspector of the Treasury, since 1955. Independent Republican Deputy for Vosges, 1958-1977.

      President of the National Defence and Armed Forces Commission, 1973-1976. Questeur (administrative and financial officer) of the National Assembly, 1976-1977. Union of Republican and Independents (UREI) Senator of Vosges, 1977.

      Mayor of Neufchâteau, 1963-1977. General Secretary of the French delegation at the European Council and at the Western Europe Union, 1962-1967. Member of the board, 1966-1971 then of Management Committee, since 1972, of the National Federation of the Republic Party, First Vice President of the General Council.

      Member of the Senate’s Foreign Affairs and National Defense Commission. Reporter of budget Air. Questeur of Vosges General Council.

      Vice President of Senate group Union of Republicans and Independents (UREI). Vice President of the commission responsible for checking and balancing accounts. Tax collector, 1958-1960.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Independent

    Connections

    • Spouse Elizabeth Français, 1949. Children: Jean-Noël. Catherine.
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