Jean-Marc Ayrault

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Jean-Marc Ayrault
Prime Minister of France
In office
15 May 2012 – 31 March 2014
President François Hollande
Preceded by François Fillon
Succeeded by Manuel Valls
Leader of the Socialist Party in the
French National Assembly
Incumbent
Assumed office
12 June 1997
Preceded by Laurent Fabius
Mayor of Nantes
Incumbent
Assumed office
20 March 1989
Preceded by Michel Chauty
Mayor of Saint-Herblain
In office
14 March 1977 – 20 March 1989
Preceded by Michel Chauty
Succeeded by Charles Gautier
Personal details
Born 25 January 1950 (1950-01-25) (age 64)
Maulévrier, France
Political party Socialist Party
Spouse(s) Brigitte Terrien
Children 2
Residence Hôtel Matignon
Alma mater University of Nantes
Religion Roman Catholic[1]

Jean-Marc Ayrault (born 25 January 1950) is a French politician. He was the Prime Minister of France from May 15 2012 to March 31, 2014. He has also been the Mayor of Nantes since 1989. He was appointed prime minister by François Hollande following the defeat of the UMP president and the resignation of that government.

References[change | edit source]

  1. Elkaim, Olivia (15 May 2012). ""Jean-Marc Ayrault,l'homme fort du président Hollande"". Lavie.fr. http://www.lavie.fr/actualite/france/jean-marc-ayrault-l-homme-fort-du-president-hollande-15-05-2012-27597_4.php. Retrieved 2012-05-18.