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French government official

Michel Mercier, French government official. Member Republic's Court Justice, France, National Committee Health and Social Organization, France, National Approval Commission of Social Sector's Collective Agreements, France, High Commission Social Works.

Background

Mercier, Michel was born on March 7, 1947 in Bourge-de-Thizy, Rhone, France.

Education

Bachelor in Administrative Law, University Lyons Law School, France. Master of Arts in Administrative Law, University Lyons Law School, France. Master of Arts, Lyons Institute Political Affairs, France.

Career

Professor law University Lyons III, France. Municipal councillor Commune of Thizy, since 1971, mayor, 1977—2001, deputy mayor, since 2006, senior deputy mayor, since 2008. General councillor Thizy District, since 1978.

President Rhone General Council, France, since 1990. Vice president Rhone-Alps General Council, 1992—1993. Member of Parliament, 8th Rhone district constituency National Assembly, France, 1993—1995.

Member Rhone constituency Senate, France, 1995—2009, president Union Centriste group, 2002—2009. Minister rural and territorial affairs Government of France, 2009—2010, minister justice, since 2010. Treasurer Union Démocratique pour la France, France, 1998—2007, Mouvement Démocratique, France, 2007—2009.

Vice president France, Québec Holy See Friendship Group, France, 2002—2009, Decentralization Observatory, France, 2002—2009. President State Real Estate Office, Rhone, Emergency Services Office, Rhone.

Membership

Member Republic's Court Justice, France, National Committee Health and Social Organization, France, National Approval Commission of Social Sector's Collective Agreements, France, High Commission Social Works.