Roger Quilliot (1925–1998) was a French politician. He served as Housing Minister from May 22 to June 23, 1981, under former French President François Mitterrand. He was also a Socialist member of the French Senate for the Puy-de-Dôme from 1974 to 1981, then from 1983 to April 1998, and again from September 1986 to 1998. He also served as the Mayor of Clermont-Ferrand from 1973 to 1998.
Roger Quilliot was born on June 19, 1925 in Hermaville, France. He received a PhD and the agrégation in Literature, and he edited the oeuvre of Albert Camus in La Pléiade. He was a personal friend of Camus's. Politically, he was close to Gaston Defferre and Pierre Mauroy.
- La liberté aux dimensions humaines (1967)
- L'homme sur le pavois (1982, with Claire Quilliot)
- Mémoires (1999, posthumous)
- Mémoires II (2001, with Claire Quilliot, posthumous)
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