|Noël Mamère in 2006|
|Member of the French National Assembly
for Gironde 3rd constituency)
1 June 1997
|Mayor of Bègles|
20 March 1989
|Preceded by||Bernard Moncla|
25 December 1948 |
Noël Mamère (born 25 December 1948 in Libourne, Gironde) is a French journalist and politician. He is the mayor of Bègles in Gironde as well as deputy to the French National Assembly for that constituency. He was for several years a member of the party Europe Écologie–The Greens, but left it in late September 2013.
In 1992, he became president of Brice Lalonde's Ecology Generation party, from which he was expelled in 1994. He then founded "Ecology-Solidarity Convergences", of which he was president, before joining Les Verts in 1998.
In 2002, he was presidential candidate and garnered 5.25% of the votes.
On 5 June 2004, he stirred up controversy by conducting a marriage ceremony for a male homosexual couple, nine years before same-sex marriage became legal in France.
National Assembly of France
Regional councillor of Aquitaine : 1992-1994 (Resignation) / March 1998 (Resignation). Reelected in 1998.
Municipal councillor of Bègles : Since 1989. Reelected in 1995, 2001, 2008.
Urban community Council
Vice-president of the Urban Community of Bordeaux : 1989–2001. Reelected in 1995.
Member of the Urban Community of Bordeaux : 1989–2001. Reelected in 1995.
- (French) Official website
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