Mireille Schurch

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Mireille Schurch (born 4 January 1949, Lignerolles, Allier) was a member of the Senate of France, representing the Allier department as a member of the Communist, Republican, and Citizen Group (Union des communistes de France marxiste-léniniste; UCFml).


Professor of secondary-school physics, she entered parliamentary politics following Pierre Goldberg, the former deputy mayor of Montlucon, after having been, since May 68, a militant Maoist with the UCFml. She was elected mayor of Lignerolles in 1995. On July 11, 2004, she was counsel general for the canton of Montlucon-Sud.