|Leader of Newropeans|
24 June 2007 – 21 June 2011
|Preceded by||Position established|
|Succeeded by||Margit Reiser-Schober|
|Born||11 March 1961|
|Died||30 October 2012 (aged 51)|
Franck Biancheri (11 March 1961 – 30 October 2012) was the founder of the Newropeans European political party and the leader from June 2006. The party planned to run for campaigns in the 2009 elections to the European Parliament with representatives in all member states simultaneously.
From 1991, through several networks including the Promotheus-Europe group, he contributed to enhance relationship between the European Union and several parts of the world (Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, the Arabic world, South America, Asia, and North America) In 1997, at Blair House, during an EU-US summit in Washington, he launches TIESWeb, the first transatlantic web portal dedicated to dialog between European and American civil societies.
From 2006, he was the scientific coordinator of the Leap2020 think tank.
Biancheri died on 30 October 2012. He had been seriously ill from cancer for four years.
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