|Member of the National Assembly of Quebec for Sainte-Marie|
|Preceded by||Charles-Henri Tremblay|
|Succeeded by||Guy Bisaillon|
|Member of Parliament
for Sainte-Marie (Montreal—Sainte-Marie)
22 May 1979 – 16 November 1989
|Preceded by||Jacques Lavoie|
|Succeeded by||Gilles Duceppe|
3 December 1938
|Died||16 November 1989
Jean-Claude Malépart (3 December 1938 – 16 November 1989) was a French Canadian politician.
Born in Montreal, Quebec, the son of Charles-Auguste Malépart and Germaine Mérineau, Malépart was elected to the National Assembly of Quebec in the riding of Sainte-Marie in the 1973 election, after losing the 1970 election. He was defeated in the 1976 election.
A member of the Canadian House of Commons representing the ridings of Sainte-Marie (later Montreal—Sainte-Marie), and Laurier—Sainte-Marie, he was elected in the 1979, 1980, 1984, and 1988 federal elections. A Liberal, he was the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Public Works from 1982 to 1984.
Malépart died in Montreal in 1989 and is buried in the Notre Dame des Neiges Cemetery.
Electoral record (partial)
|Canadian federal election, 1988: Laurier—Sainte-Marie|
|Progressive Conservative||Charles Hamelin||12,113||29.66||$35,391|
|New Democratic||François Beaulne||8,828||21.62||$42,678|
|Rhinoceros||Sonia Chatouille Côté||2,121||5.19||$425|
|Independent Marxist-Leninist||Hélène Héroux||130||0.32||$130|
|Commonwealth of Canada||Daniel Gonzales||79||0.19||$0|
|Total valid votes||40,840||100.00|
|Total rejected ballots||729|
|Electors on the lists||59,956|
|Source: Report of the Chief Electoral Officer, Thirty-fourth General Election, 1988.|
- Jean-Claude Malépart – Parliament of Canada biography
- "Biography". Dictionnaire des parlementaires du Québec de 1792 à nos jours (in French). National Assembly of Quebec.
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