Jean-François Robillon

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Jean-François Robillon
National Councillor
In office
2003 – 2010
Monarch Rainier III
Albert II
President of the National Council
In office
2010 – 2013
Monarch Albert II
Preceded by Stéphane Valeri
Succeeded by Laurent Nouvion
National Councillor
Incumbent
Assumed office
2013
Monarch Albert II
Personal details
Born (1962-05-27) May 27, 1962 (age 52)
Princess Grace Hospital,
La Colle, Monaco
Political party Union for the Principality
(2003-2011)
Union Monegasque
(2011-present)
Residence Moneghetti, Monaco
Religion Christian (Catholic)

Jean-François Robillon (born May 27, 1962) is a Monegasque politician, writer and doctor, who is currently a National Councillor in Monaco.[1] 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.[1][2][3] However, in the 2013 parliamentary election, Robillon's coalition, Union Monegasque lost control of the National Council, and as such, Robillon lost his presidency.[4]

Robillon specializes in Cardiovascular Pathology, and has either authored or co-authored thirty medical publications on this topic.[1] He is an active member of Conseil de l'Ordre; the medical oversight commission in Monaco.[5] 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.[1]

In 2007, Prince Albert II presented him with the Order of Saint-Charles.[1]

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