Lucette Michaux-Chevry

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Lucette Michaux-Chevry (born 5 March 1929) was the President of the Regional Council of the French overseas department of Guadeloupe[1] between 1992 and 2004.[2] She is the mother of Guadeloupean UMP politician Marie-Luce Penchard.

She was born on, and has completed law studies at Sorbonne university in Paris. She has been elected to the post of President in 1992 for the first time, then reelected in January 1993, and in 1995 she was elected Mayor of Basse-Terre.Michaux-Chevry was elected to the French senate 1995. In 1995, French president Jacques Chirac named her his advisor.

In 1998, she entered yet another term in the office of President of Regional council.