Dominique Bussereau

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Dominique Bussereau
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Dominique Bussereau in 2009
French Minister of Agriculture
In office
2004–2007
President Jacques Chirac
Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin
Dominique de Villepin
Preceded by Hervé Gaymard
Succeeded by Christine Lagarde
Personal details
Born (1952-07-13) 13 July 1952 (age 62)
Tours, France
Nationality French
Political party UMP

Dominique Bussereau (born 13 July 1952 in Tours, Indre-et-Loire) is a French politician, was Secretary of State for Transport within the government of François Fillon. Appointed to the post on 18 May 2007, he was previously Minister of Agriculture (2004–2007), Minister-Delegate for Aviation and Maritime Affairs (2002–2004) and Minister-Delegate for Budgets (2004).

Political career[edit]

Governmental functions

Secretary of State for Transport : 2007–2010.

Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries, Food and Rural Affairs : 2004–2007.

Secretary of State for the Budget : March–November 2004.

Secretary of State for Transport and Sea : 2002–2004.

Electoral mandates

National Assembly of France

MP of the Charente-Maritime's 4th constituency : 1986–1988 / 1993–2002 (Became secretary of State in 2002) / Re-elected in 2007, but he stays minister. Elected in 1986, re-elected in 1993, 1997, 2002, 2007, 2012.

Regional Council

Regional councillor of Poitou-Charentes : 1992–1993 (Resignation) / March–April 2004 (Resignation) / March–September 2010 (Resignation). Re-elected in 2004, 2010.

General Council

President of the Charente-Maritime's General Council : Since 2008.

General councillor of Charente-Maritime : Since 1985. Re-elected in 1992, 1998, 2004.

Municipal Council

Mayor of Saint-Georges-de-Didonne : 1989–2002 (Resignation). Re-elected in 1995, 2001.

Deputy-mayor of Saint-Georges-de-Didonne : 2002–2008.

Municipal councillor of Saint-Georges-de-Didonne : 1989–2008. Re-elected in 1995, 2001.

Deputy-mayor of Royan : 1983–1989.

Municipal councillor of Royan : 1983–1989.

Honours[edit]

Notes[edit]

Political offices
Preceded by
Hervé Gaymard
Minister of Agriculture
2004–2007
Succeeded by
Christine Lagarde