Chic Brodie (politician)
|Member of the Scottish Parliament
for South Scotland
5 May 2011
|Born||8 May 1944|
|Political party||Scottish National Party|
|Alma mater||University of St Andrews|
|Committees||Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee
Subordinate Legislation Committee
|Religion||Church of Scotland|
Charles "Chic" Brodie (born 8 May 1944) is an SNP Member of the Scottish Parliament for the South Scotland region, elected in 2011. Brodie previously stood as a Liberal Democrat candidate in the 1992, 1997 and 2001 UK General Elections.
Brodie stood as a Liberal Democrat candidate in the 1992, 1997 and 2001 UK General Elections. He then switched parties to the Scottish National Party, standing for them in the 2010 UK general election for Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock and the 2011 Scottish Parliament general election for Ayr. Though he failed to be elected as a constituency MSP, he was returned on a list MSP for South Scotland.
At Parliament, he is a member of the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee and the Subordinate Legislation Committee (see Committees of the Scottish Parliament). He is also Convener of the Cross-Party Group on Social Enterprise, and a member of the groups on China, Golf and Nuclear Disarmament.
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