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|Senator, French Senate|
|Mayor of Béziers|
|President, Agglomeration community of Beziérs to the Mediterranean|
16 September 1946 |
Raymond Couderc (born 16 September 1946 in Bordeaux) is a French politician, and a former member of the Senate of France, who represented the Department of Hérault. He is a member of the Union for a Popular Movement, which is a part of the European People's Party.
He is the Mayor of Béziers and the President of the community of the agglomeration Béziers to the Mediterranean. Before he was a senator, he was a député in the National Assembly, representing the 6th constituency of Hérault.
The administrative Court of appeal in Marseille condemned the city of Beziers for workplace harassment leading to 'altruistic suicide' in 2003 Jean-Michel Rieux, his wife and his two children. Raymond Couderc was Mayor of the city of Beziers in 2003. The new municipality has not appealed to the Conseil d'État. ·  ·  ·  ·  ·  ·  ·  · .
- Livre: Du désastre professionnel au parti-pris judiciaire, le cas Jean-Michel Rieux. Auteur: Dr Marie-Hélène Delhon, 2012
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