Jean-Luc Romero (born June 30, 1959 at Béthune, Pas-de-Calais) is a French politician, writer and NGO leader.
Since 1986, Romero is Parlement[clarification needed] assistant of Pierre-Rémy Houssin (from 1986 to 1997), Jean-Marie Demange (1997) and Guy Drut (from 1997 to 2000). Since 2001, he is solidarity director at Vigneux-sur-Seine (Essonne). Romero was outed as gay by the French magazine eM@le and subsequently sued them.
In May 2002, Jean-Luc Romero became the first French politician who revealed having AIDS.
Since 2005, he has been working for the Presidency of the Association pour le droit de mourir dans la dignité, a NGO member of the World Federation of Right to Die Societies who co-organized the 17th world conference about euthanasia in Paris.
- (French) Evénement : 1er homme politique à révéler sa séropositivité
- (English) World Euthanasia conference in Paris from October 30 to November 2, 2008
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