Alfred Marie-Jeanne

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Alfred Marie-Jeanne (born November 15, 1936 in Rivière-Pilote) is a French politician in Martinique, a leader in the Martinican Independence Movement (MIM) since 1978.[1][2] He served as mayor of the commune of Rivière-Pilote[3] from 1971 to 2000 and served as President of the Regional Council of Martinique from March 20, 1998 to March 22, 2010. Alfred Marie-Jeanne is also a member of the French National Assembly.

Gran Sanblé pour ba peyi a an chans, a coalition of the Martinican Independence Mouvement and right-wing parties, led by Alfred Marie-Jeanne defeats Ensemble pour une Martinique Nouvelle, a coalition of left-wing parties, led by Serge Letchimy winning 33 seats out of 51 seats of the new Territorial Collectivity's assembly during the election held on December 13, 2015 in Martinique.[4] Alfred Marie-Jeanne is currently the president of the executive council of the Territorial Collectivity of Martinique.[5]

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