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Francois Marc Anne Marie D’AUBERT


Francois Marc Anne Marie D’AUBERT, French Deputy.


D’AUBERT, Francois Marc Anne Marie was born on October 31, 1943 in Boulogne-sur-Seine, Seine, France. Parents: Michel d’Aubert and Anne d’Aubert (née de La Vaissière).


Laval High School; Louis-le-Grand High School, Paris. Hautes Etudes Commerciales (advanced business studies school), Diploma. Institute of Political Studies, Paris, diploma.

First degree of law; National School of Administration, 1969-1971.


Commissioner of Audit, Revenue Court, 2nd Class, 1971, 1st Class, 1972. Reporter to Consultative Committee for friendly settlement of cases involving Ministry of Education, 1973. Reporter to regulation and télédistribution group II of High Audio-Visual Council, 1973.

Unofficial technical adviser to Paul Dijoud, Secretary of State to Minister of Employment, responsible for immigrant workers, 1974-1975. Technical adviser to Robert Galley, Minister of Infrastructure 1975-1976. Founder of ‘Develop and Manage Laval’ Association, 1976.

Unofficial representative to office of Raymond Barre, Prime Minister, 1977-1978. Deputy (UDF) for Mayenne, 1st constituency: Laval, since 1978. Member of Commission for Finance, the Economy and the Plan.

Member of the political office of the Republican Party. National Secretary of Union for French Democracy executives. Departmental Councillor for Laval Nord-Est.

Town Councillor for Laval, since 1983. Regional Councillor for Pays de la Loire, since 1986. Senior lecturer, Institute of Political Studies, Paris, 1972-1974.


Clubs: founder member of The Circle.


  • Other Interests

    Cinema, football, tennis.