Jacques Chaban-Delmas

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Jacques Chaban-Delmas
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Prime Minister of France
In office
20 June 1969 – 6 July 1972
PresidentGeorges Pompidou
Preceded byMaurice Couve de Murville
Succeeded byPierre Messmer
President of the National Assembly
In office
2 April 1986 – 23 June 1988
Preceded byLouis Mermaz
Succeeded byLaurent Fabius
In office
3 April 1978 – 2 July 1981
Preceded byEdgar Faure
Succeeded byLouis Mermaz
In office
9 December 1959 – 24 June 1969
Preceded byAndré Le Troquer
Succeeded byAchille Peretti
Mayor of Bordeaux
In office
19 October 1947 – 19 June 1995
Preceded byJean-Fernand Audeguil
Succeeded byAlain Juppé
Personal details
Born
Jacques Michel Pierre Delmas

(1915-03-07)7 March 1915
Paris, France
Died10 November 2000(2000-11-10) (aged 85)
Paris, France
Political partyRadical Party
(1940–1947)
Rally of the French People
(1947–1955)
National Centre of Social Republicans
(1955–1958)
Union for the New Republic
(1958–1968)
Union of Democrats for the Republic
(1968–1976)
Rally for the Republic
(1976–1995)
Alma materSciences Po
OccupationCivil Servant

Jacques Chaban-Delmas (French pronunciation: ​[ʒak ʃabɑ̃ dɛlmas]; 7 March 1915 – 10 November 2000) was a French Gaullist politician. He served as Prime Minister under Georges Pompidou from 1969 to 1972.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. Social category, France, Commanding Heights, PBS official website