2003 – 2010
|President of the National Council|
2010 – 2013
|Preceded by||Stéphane Valeri|
|Succeeded by||Laurent Nouvion|
May 27, 1962 |
Princess Grace Hospital,
La Colle, Monaco
|Political party||Union for the Principality
Jean-François Robillon (born May 27, 1962) is a Monegasque politician, writer and doctor, who is currently a National Councillor in Monaco. He previously served as President of the National Council; following the resignation of Stéphane Valeri, Robillon was elected the 11th President by a nineteen to three majority on January 11, 2010. However, in the 2013 parliamentary election, Robillon's coalition, Union Monegasque lost control of the National Council, and as such, Robillon lost his presidency.
Robillon specializes in Cardiovascular Pathology, and has either authored or co-authored thirty medical publications on this topic. He is an active member of Conseil de l'Ordre; the medical oversight commission in Monaco. Outside of politics, Robillon serves as a board member for both the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, and the Association SHARE, which engages in improving education and health in developing countries.