Raymond-Max Aubert

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Raymond-Max Aubert
Mayor of Tulle
In office
November 7, 1995 – March 19, 2001
Preceded by Jean Combasteil
Succeeded by François Hollande
Deputy of the National Assembly for Corrèze's 1st constituency
In office
March 28, 1993 – April 21, 1997
Preceded by François Hollande
Succeeded by François Hollande
Secretary of State for Rural Development[1]
In office
May 18, 1995 – November 7, 1995
Personal details
Born (1947-03-15) 15 March 1947 (age 67)
Innsbruck, Austria
Political party Rally for the Republic
Alma mater Paris X-Nanterre University National School of Administration
Profession Inspector General of Equipment

Raymond-Max Aubert (born 15 March 1947) is a French right-wing politician who was a deputy in the National Assembly of France during the mid-1990s. His constituency was in the department of Correze, the political base for both Jacques Chirac and Francois Hollande, and includes Tulle, Hollande's home town.

In 1993 he won a seat in the National Assembly, defeating Socialist deputy Francois Hollande, in the so-called 'blue wave' of French conservative MPs. In the 'red wave' of the French Socialist Party in the subsequent election in 1997, Hollande—who was later elected President of France in 2012—in turn defeated Aubert to re-take the seat.