Pierre Blanchy

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Pierre Blanchy
Acting Minister of State of Monaco
In office
23 January 1962 – 16 August 1963
Monarch Rainier III
Preceded by Émile Pelletier
Succeeded by Jean Reymond
Acting Minister of State of Monaco
In office
4 January 1949 – 12 July 1949
Monarch Louis II
Rainier III
Preceded by Pierre de Witasse
Succeeded by Jacques Rueff
Acting Minister of State of Monaco
In office
29 September 1944 – 13 October 1944
Monarch Louis II
Preceded by Emile Roblot
Succeeded by Pierre de Witasse
Personal details
Political party Independent

Pierre Blanchy was a French politician, who served as acting Minister of State for Monaco three times. This was between 1944 and 1963. He served under the monarchy of both Rainier III and Louis II. During his career he never served under one single party. Every time he was independent or was chosen as acting minister. He was succeeded by Jean Reymond for the final time in 1963 after dedicated service of nearly 20 years.[1]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Emile Roblot
Minister of State of Monaco
1944–1944
Succeeded by
Pierre de Witasse
Political offices
Preceded by
Pierre de Witasse
Minister of State of Monaco
1949–1949
Succeeded by
Jacques Rueff
Political offices
Preceded by
Émile Pelletier
Minister of State of Monaco
1962–1963
Succeeded by
Jean Reymond