Jean-Pierre Brard

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Jean-Pierre Brard
Mayor of Montreuil
In office
1984–2008
Preceded by Marcel Dufriche
Succeeded by Dominique Voynet
Member of the French National Assembly for Seine-Saint-Denis
In office
1988–2012
Succeeded by Razzy Hammadi
Personal details
Born (1948-02-07) 7 February 1948 (age 67)
Flers, France
Nationality French
Political party French Communist Party

Jean-Pierre Brard, (born 7 February 1948 in Flers, Orne), is a French politician. Initially a teacher, he entered politics and was elected was deputy mayor of Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis, a post he held until 1984 when he was elected mayor of the same city. He remained mayor until March 2008. He is a member of the Convention for a Progressive Alternative (CAP) and a deputy to the French National Assembly since 1988. A former member of the French Communist Party (until 1996), he is affiliated to the parliamentary group of the Democratic and Republican Left. He is a member of the Parliamentary Office for evaluation of scientific and technological options, and he participates in various task forces and commissions on sects, the economy and finance.[1]

Political offices held[edit]

Local offices[edit]

1971–1984 City Council and Deputy Mayor of Montreuil

1984–2008 Mayor of Montreuil

2008–2014 Municipal Councilor of Montreuil (opposition)

Member of Parliament[edit]

1988–2012 member of the seventh district of Seine-Saint-Denis

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jean-Pierre Brard". Assemblee Nationale. Retrieved February 10, 2011. 

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