Guy Héraud

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Guy Héraud (29 October 1920, Avignon - December 2003) was a French politician and lawyer. He was the candidate of the European Federalist Party in the French presidential election, 1974, where he won only 0.07% of the vote and last place. His result remains the lowest score ever obtained by a candidate in any French presidential election.

Guy Héraud was also the author of books on federalism. He was an expert on minority issues and problems of European federalism