Édouard Balladur

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Édouard Balladur
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Prime Minister of France
In office
29 March 1993 – 10 May 1995
PresidentFrançois Mitterrand
Preceded byPierre Bérégovoy
Succeeded byAlain Juppé
Minister of Finance
In office
20 March 1986 – 12 May 1988
PresidentFrançois Mitterrand
Prime MinisterJacques Chirac
Preceded byPierre Bérégovoy
Succeeded byPierre Bérégovoy
Secretary General of the Presidency
In office
5 April 1973 – 2 April 1974
PresidentGeorges Pompidou
Preceded byMichel Jobert
Succeeded byBernard Beck
Personal details
Born (1929-05-02) 2 May 1929 (age 90)
İzmir, Turkey
Political partyUnion for a Popular Movement
Spouse(s)Marie-Josèphe Delacour
Children4
OccupationSenior official

Édouard Balladur (French: [e.dwaʁ ba.la.dyʁ]; born 2 May 1929) is a French politician. He served as Prime Minister of France from 29 March 1993 to 10 May 1995.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. Marsh, David (2011). The Euro. New Haven: Yale University Press. p. 1956. ISBN 978-0-300-17390-1. Chirac's appointee as finance minister - effectively No. 2 to the prime minister - was the prime, precisely-worded Edouard Balladur, born in Turkey of an Armenian family who emigrated to Marseille in the 1930s.

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