Rhône-Alpes Regional Council

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The Rhône-Alpes Regional Council is the Conseil régional of Rhône-Alpes Regional Council (France). It is chaired by Jean-Jack Queyranne (as of 2009). It includes 157 members.

Seats[edit]

By party[edit]

as of 2009

Party seats
Socialist Party 47
Union for a Popular Movement 24
The Greens 20
National Front 18
French Communist Party 15
MoDem 11
Left Radical Party 7
Radical-UMP 5
New Centre 5
Left Party 4
New Anticapitalist Party former PCF councillor 1

Elections[edit]

2004[edit]

Candidate Party Votes (Round One) % (Round One) Votes (Round Two) % (Round Two)
  Jean-Jack Queyranne PS-PRG-PCF 688,718 32.19% 1,083,755 46.52%
  Anne-Marie Comparini UDF-UMP-CAP21-FRS 667,856 31.22% 889,815 38.20%
  Bruno Gollnisch FN 389,565 18.21% 355,864 15.28%
  Gérard Leras Verts 215,783 10.09% - -
  Patrick Bertrand GRAD-Union of Radical Republicans (U2R) 46,611 2.18% - -
  Norbert Chetail MNR 35,310 1.65% - -
  Roseline Vachetta LO/LCR 95,524 4.47% - -
Total 2,139,367 100.00% 2,329,434 100.00%

Past Regional Councils[edit]

1998[edit]

Party seats
National Front 35
Socialist Party 31
Union for French Democracy 29
Rally for the Republic 29
French Communist Party 12
The Greens 9
Miscellaneous Left 6
Left Radical Party 2
Miscellaneous Right 1
Movement for France 1
Citizen and Republican Movement 1
Ligue savoisienne 1
Hunting, Fishing, Nature, Traditions 1

1992[edit]

Party seats
Rally for the Republic-Union for French Democracy 63
National Front 29
Socialist Party 29
French Communist Party 12
Ecology Generation 11
The Greens 10
Ecologist 2
Hunting, Fishing, Nature, Traditions 1

1986[edit]

Party seats
Rally for the Republic-Union for French Democracy 76
Socialist Party 48
National Front 14
French Communist Party 13

Past Presidents[edit]