Pierre Lellouche Edit Profile
License en droit, University Paris, 1972. Diplome etudes superieures, University Paris, 1973. Diploma, Institute Etudes Politiques de Paris, 1973.
Master of Laws, Harvard University, 1974. Doctor of Juridical Science, Harvard University, 1979.
He was Secretary of State for Foreign Trade under the Minister of Economy, Finance and Industry, Christine Lagarde. He was also the President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly from November 2004 to 17 November 2006. He was elected deputy of Sarcelles in 1993, and retained his seat at the National Assembly until 2002.
He is of Jewish origin. However later on in 2003 he was in favour of a law introducing harsher punishments for abuses against homosexuals. Lellouche was also the French negotiator concerning the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor, finally implanted in Cadarache in France.
Lellouche has recently called the UK Conservative Party's policy on the EU "pathetic" and a kind of political autism claiming "They have essentially castrated your UK influence in the European parliament."
Secretary of State for Foreign trade : 2010-2012. Secretary of State for European Affairs : 2009-2010. Electoral mandates
National Assembly of France
Elected in 1997, reelected in 2002, 2007.
Councillor of Paris : Since 2001. Reelected in 2008. Municipal councillor of Cannes : 1995-2001.
Rally for the Republic, Union for a Popular Movement.
He defended a traditional view of the family during the discussions concerning the Pacte civil de solidarité (PACS), a form of civil union, during which he mentioned some “homophobic” arguments according to several observers.
He has been director of the Nuclear Threat Initiative and a member of the Trilateral Commission. Now a supporter of President Nicolas Sarkozy, he is also a member of the UMP group named "Les Réformateurs," counting around 80 deputies, and which advocates the deep reform of the administration and the liberalization of the economy. Member of the National Assembly of France for Paris (4th constituency) : 1997-2009 (Became secretary of State in 2009).
Member of the National Assembly of France for Val d'Oise (8th constituency) : 1993-1997.
1 child Anais.
1974 - 1975
1977 - 1978
1979 - 1983