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|President of the French Economic, Social and Environmental Council|
|Mediator of the French Republic|
|Preceded by||Bernard Stasi|
|Succeeded by||Dominique Baudis|
|French Minister of Civil Service|
|Prime Minister||Jean-Pierre Raffarin|
|Preceded by||Michel Sapin|
|Succeeded by||Renaud Dutreil|
22 January 1947 |
Jean-Paul Delevoye (born 22 January 1947) is a French politician.
After having worked in the food industry, he began his political career as a village councilman in 1974. Since 1982, he is the mayor of Bapaume, a small town in northern France (except between 2002 and 2004).
Between 1992 and 2002, he was president of the French mayors association and a Senator of the Pas-de-Calais département, before being promoted to Minister of the Civil Service. After two years in the French government, he is appointed as the Mediator of the French Republic (Médiateur de la République), his term of office ending in 2010.
- (French) Brief presentation of Jean-Paul Delevoye on the French Senate website
- The French mayors association official website
- The Mediator of the French Republic official website
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