François Briatte

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François Briatte (27 September 1805 – 30 January 1877) was a Swiss politician, member of the Conseil d'Etat of the Canton of Vaud (1845–1861), member and several times President of the Swiss Council of States.

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Preceded by
Jonas Furrer
President of the Council of States
1848/1849/1850
Succeeded by
Johann Jakob Rüttimann
Preceded by
Karl Kappeler
President of the Council of States
1852/1853
Succeeded by
Johann Jakob Blumer
Preceded by
Jakob Dubs
President of the Council of States
1856/1857
Succeeded by
Johann Baptist Weder
Preceded by
Niklaus Niggeler
President of the Council of States
1859/1860
Succeeded by
Emil Welti