Claude Estier

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Claude Estier
Claude Estier (19e Maghreb des Livres, Paris, 16 fév. 2013) (cropped).jpg
Member of the French Senate
In office
Member of the French National Assembly
In office
ConstituencyParis (25th circ.)[note 1]
Member of the European Parliament
In office
1979–1981[note 2]
Member of the French National Assembly
In office
ConstituencyParis (25th circ.)
Personal details
Claude Hasday Ezratty

(1925-06-08)8 June 1925
Paris, France
Died10 March 2016(2016-03-10) (aged 90)
Political partyFrench Section of the Workers' International (1945-1947)
Unitary Socialist Party (1948)
Convention of Republican Institutions (1964-1971)
Socialist Party (1971-)
Alma materSciences Po

Claude Estier (8 June 1925 – 10 March 2016),[1] born Claude Hasday Ezratty,[note 3] was a French politician and journalist. He was deputy of Paris in 1967-1968 and again in 1981-1986. He was then Senator from 1986 to 2004 and was President of the Socialist group in the Senate from 1988 to 2004. In 1955 he joined the political redaction of Le Monde. He quit in 1958.

Note[change | change source]

  1. A defunct electoral district for the French National Assembly from 1958 to 1986
  2. He had to quit before the end of his term as he was elected in 1981 to the French National Assembly
  3. He became officially "Claude Estier" by a decree published in the Official Journal on 11 September 1983

References[change | change source]

  1. CV at Senate website (in French).