|President of the Constitutional Council of France|
|Preceded by||Yves Guéna|
|Succeeded by||Jean-Louis Debré|
24 August 1929 |
|Alma mater||University of Paris|
In February 2004, he was appointed president of the Constitutional Council of France by President of France Jacques Chirac, replacing Yves Guéna, until he was succeeded by Jean-Louis Debré in February 2007. He had been a member of the council since February 1998.
From 1961 to 1964, he was a member of the judiciary. In 1976, he became a counsellor in the Conseil d'État, a position from which he retired on 25 August 1995. During the 1970s, he held subordinate governmental positions regarding sports.
- Decision of the President of the Republic, Jacques Chirac, of 27 February 2004, appointing Pierre Mazeaud as president of the Constitutional council
- http://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/WAspad/UnTexteDeJorf?numjo=HRUX9802713S Decision of the President of the Republic, Jacques Chirac, of 21 February 1998, appointing Pierre Mazeaud to the Constitution Council, replacing Maurice Faure.
- Decision of the President of the Republic, Jacques Chirac, of 23 February 2007, appointing Jean-Louis Debré as president of the Constitutional council.
- Decree of the president of the Republic of 5 August 1995, admitting Pierre Mazeaud into retirement from the Council of State
- Le Monde, 22 July 2005, Mazeaud et la loi de la survie, by Charlie Buffet
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