Robert Lecou

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Robert Lecou

Robert Lecou (born 25 July 1950 in Paris) is a French politician.

He was elected a Deputy of the National Assembly of France on 16 June 2002, for the 4th circumscription in the Hérault department.[1] He is a member of the Radical Party.[2]

He stood for reelection in 2007 and won with 51.68% of the votes.

In 2008 he lost his bid for reelection as the Mayor of Lodève to the socialist Marie-Christine Bousquet who received 56.08% of the votes.

Positions held[edit]

  • 20/03/1989 - 18/06/1995 : Member of Lodève (Hérault) Municipal Council.
  • 01/03/1990 - 18/06/1995 : Deputy Mayor Lodève (Hérault).
  • 28/03/1994 - 18/03/2001 : Member of the Hérault 'Conseil Général'.
  • 19/06/1995 - 18/03/2008 : Mayor of Lodève (Hérault)
  • 19/03/2001 - 16/07/2002 : Member of the Hérault 'Conseil Général'.
  • ../../1994 - : Vice-président of the Radical Party.

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Les députés : M. Robert Lecou" (in French). Assemblée nationale. Retrieved 27 August 2010. 
  2. ^ "LECOU Robert" (in French). Parti radical. Retrieved 27 August 2010.