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Pierre-André Jean Paul WILTZER

Pierre-André Jean Paul WILTZER, French Deputy. Knight of the National Order of Merit; Knight of the Academic Palmes.

Background

  • WILTZER, Pierre-André Jean Paul was born on October 31, 1940 in Agen, Lot-et-Garonne, France. Parents: Pierre-Marcel Wiltzer and Evelyne Wiltzer (née Doumecq).

  • Education

    • Lycée de Lons-leSaunier. Lycée de Troyes; Lycée Louis-le-Grand, Paris. (secondary schools) Faculty of Law and Economic Sciences, Paris.

      Diploma from Paris Institute of Political Studies. National School of Administration, 67.

    Career

    • Civil Administrator for Minister of Overseas Departments and Territories. Principal private secretary of Overseas Territories Director, 1967. Official representative of Minister of Interior’s cabinet, then of Minister of Dom-Tom’s cabinet, 1968.

      Principal private secretary of State Secretary of Information, 1968-1969. Official representative of Prime-Minister’s (Jacques Chaban-Delmas) Cabinet, 1969-1972. Assistant general secretary of Gironde, 1972-1975.

      Sub-prefect of Dreux, 1975-1976. Principal private secretary. 1976-1979, Advisor, 1979-1981, of Prime Minister (Raymond Barre).

      Cabinet director for Raymond Barre, 1981 -. Counsel of the State Council. Union for French Democracy (UDF) Deputy for Essonne, 1986, re-elected since 1988.

      Member of the National Defense and Armed Forces commission. President of the National Assembly FranceQuebec Friendship Association. Senior Lecturer at Paris Institute of Political Studies, 1970-1971.

      Senior Lecturer at Bordeaux Institute of Political Studies, 1972-1973.

    Works

    • L’Avenir avec confiance (in collaboration) 1985. Lettres aux jeunes (in collaboration) 1988.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Union for French Democracy

    Connections

    • Spouse Marie-Pierre Chauvel, 1967. Children: Constance.
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