Françoise Grossetête

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Françoise Grossetête

Françoise Grossetête (born 17 May 1946 in Lyon) is a French politician and Member of the European Parliament for the South-East of France. She is a member of the Union for a Popular Movement; part of the European People's Party.[1]

Member[edit]

  • Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety [See]
  • Delegation for relations with the Gulf States, including Yemen [See]
  • Delegation to the Euro-Mediterranean Parliamentary Assembly

Substitute[edit]

  • Committee on Industry, Research and Energy [See]
  • Temporary committee on policy challenges and budgetary means of the enlarged Union 2007-2013

Curriculum vitae[edit]

  • Degree in public law and political science (1969). Higher Certificate in Social and Labour Law (1969).
  • Lecturer in law in higher education (1969–1974).
  • Parliamentary assistant (1988–1997).
  • Federal secretary, Loire Republican Party (1984–1994).
  • Member of the Démocratie libérale policy bureau and national secretary for equal opportunities (until 1998).
  • National Vice-Chairwoman of the DL party, with responsibility for European and environmental issues (until 2002).
  • National secretary of the UMP (since 2002) and Vice-Chairwoman of the Loire UMP Federation (2002).
  • Member of Saint-Étienne Municipal Council (1983–2001).
  • Second Deputy Mayor of Saint-Étienne (since 2001).
  • Member of the Saint-Étienne Métropole Urban Area Community Council (since 2001).
  • Member of Rhône-Alpes Regional Council (1986–1998).
  • Member of the European Parliament (since 1994)
  • Vice-Chairwoman of the EPP-ED Group (since 1999).
  • Chairwoman of the administration of Pilat Regional Natural Park (since 1989)
  • Chairwoman of the Loire departmental air quality network (since 1991)
  • First Vice-Chairwoman of the French Federation of Regional Parks.

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