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Michel Edouard Jean CREPEAU

lawyer , politician

Michel Edouard Jean CREPEAU, French lawyer and politician.

Background

CREPEAU, Michel Edouard Jean was born on October 30, 1930 in Fontenay-le-Comte, Vendée, France. Parents: Edouard Crépeau and Marcelle Crépeau (née Pastureau).

Education

Pierre-Loti High School, Rochefort-surMer. Faculty of Law, Bordeaux, second degree in private law and the history of law.

Career

Town Councillor and Mayor of La Rochelle, since 1971. Departmental Councillor for Charente-Maritime, 1967-1985. President of Poitou-Charente Regional Federation of Radical Left Movement since 1971.

Deputy for Charente-Maritime, 1st constituency. La Rochelle, 1973-1981,(Socialist and Radical Left Group), gave up seat to Colette Chaigneau. National Vice-Chairman, 1976-1978, and Chairman, 197881, of Mouvement des Radicaux de Gauche (Radical Left Movement).

Mayor of La Rochelle, 1971 -. Minister of the Environment, 1981-1983. Minister for Trade and Crafts, 1983-1984.

Minister for Trade, Crafts and Tourism, 1984-1986. Minister of Justice, 1986. Deputy for Charente-Maritime, 1986. re-elected 1988.

Barrister. La Rochelle, since 1955.

Works

  • L'Avenir en face, 1980.

Religion

Catholic.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Sailing.

Connections

Spouse Annie Meunier (2nd marriage) (née Meunier), 1986. Children: Pierre, Dominique (from 1st marriage to Pierrette Perès).

father:
Edouard Crepeau

mother:
Marcelle Pastureau

spouses:
Pierrette Peres

Annie Meunier