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Pierre-André Jean Paul WILTZER

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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.

Connections

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