Yves Dassonville

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Yves Dassonville
High Commissioner of New Caledonia
In office
October 25, 2007 – October 7, 2010
Preceded by Jean-Bernard Bobin (acting)
Succeeded by Albert Dupuy
Personal details
Born April 9, 1948
Paris, France

Yves Dassonville (born April 9, 1948 Paris, France) is a French civil servant and statistician. He served as the High Commissioner of New Caledonia from October 25, 2007, succeeding Michel Mathieu, who resigned following a disagreement with then Minister of Overseas France Christian Estrosi over general strikes and social problems in the territory, until 2010.[1]

Dassonville was awarded the French National Order of Merit.

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