Gilles de Robien
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|Gilles de Robien|
|French Minister of National Education|
31 May 2005 – 15 May 2007
|Prime Minister||Dominique de Villepin|
|Preceded by||François Fillon|
|Succeeded by||Xavier Darcos|
10 April 1941 |
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Count Gilles de Robien (French pronunciation: [ʒil də ʁɔˈbjɛ̃]; born 10 April 1941 in Cocquerel, Somme) is a French politician. He is the son of Count Jean de Robien by his marriage to Éliane Le Mesre de Pas. The Robiens are a noble family originating from Brittany.
In 1989, he was elected mayor of the city of Amiens, and then reelected twice. However he was defeated in the French municipal elections of 2008 by Gilles Demailly, a member of the Socialist Party.
He was Minister of National Education from August 2005 to May 2007, and a member of Parliament from 1996 to 2007.
Minister of Transports : 2002–2005.
Minister of National Education : 2005–2007.
National Assembly of France
Vice-president of the National Assembly of France : 1993–1998.
Regional councillor of Picardy : 1992–2004. Re-elected in 1998.
Deputy-mayor of Amiens : 2002–2007.
Municipal councillor of Amiens : 1989–2008. Reelected in 1995, 2001.
Agglomeration community Council
President of the Communauté d'agglomération Amiens Métropole : 1994–2008. Reelected in 1995, 2001.
Member of the Communauté d'agglomération Amiens Métropole : 1994–2008. Reelected in 1995, 2001.
- "Elections 2008 – Municipales – Biographie de Gilles de Robien" [Elections 2008 – Municipal – Biography of Gilles de Robien] (in French). Paris: Les Echos. Retrieved 7 February 2011. Translate the French to English
|Minister of National Education
2005 – 2007
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