Yves Albarello

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Yves Albarello
Member of the National Assembly of France for 7th Constituency of Seine-et-Marne
Assumed office
2007 French legislative election
Mayor of Claye-Souilly
Personal details
Born 17 March 1952
Aulnay-sous-Bois, Seine-Saint-Denis, France
Political party UMP
Committees Economic, Environmental and Regional Planning Committee

Yves Albarello (born 17 March 1952, in Aulnay-sous-Bois, Seine-et-Oise) is a member of the National Assembly of France. He is of Italian origin and he represents the Seine-et-Marne department,[1] and is a member of the Union for a Popular Movement. His political career began in 1976 with the creation of the Rally for the Republic.

An entrepreneur in the graphical sector and financial director by profession, Albarello was elected mayor of Claye-Souilly for the first time in 1989 with 49% of votes. He was subsequently re-elected in 1995, and in 2002 with 78% of the vote.

In 1996, he was awarded the Marianne d'Or for his action in the campaign against AIDS.

In 1998 he was elected regional councillor for the Île-de-France, teller for the UMP on environmental questions and re-elected in 2004.

As the second of Charles Cova, deputy of the 7th Circonscription of Seine-et-marne in the National Assembly, Albarello was officially welcomed into the party in October 2006 and part of the candidature from legislative elections in 2007. He was elected as a deputy on the 17 Juin 2007 against Emeric Brehier, the Socialist candidate, with more than 55% of the vote. His second is Claudine Thomas, regional adviser of Île-de-France since 2010.

He is also the departmental treasurer for the UMP in Seine-et-Marne, delegate of the 7th circonscription and national secretary in charge of the service industry.

On the 15 November 2004, he was elevated to the level of Chevalier in the Ordre national du Mérite.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Office of the Secretary General (2012). "Yves Albarello". Assemblee-nationale.fr (in French). National Assembly of France. Retrieved 25 February 2012.