Jean-Louis Debré

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Jean-Louis Debré
Jean-Louis Debré 2012.jpg
Debré in 2012
President of the Constitutional Council
In office
5 March 2007 – 5 March 2016
PresidentJacques Chirac
Nicolas Sarkozy
François Hollande
Preceded byPierre Mazeaud
Succeeded byLaurent Fabius
President of the National Assembly
In office
25 June 2002 – 2 March 2007
PresidentJacques Chirac
Preceded byRaymond Forni
Succeeded byPatrick Ollier
Minister of the Interior
In office
18 May 1995 – 4 June 1997
PresidentJacques Chirac
Prime MinisterAlain Juppé
Preceded byCharles Pasqua
Succeeded byJean-Pierre Chevènement
Member of the French National Assembly
for Eure's 1st constituency
In office
1 June 1997 – 5 March 2007
Preceded byFrançoise Charpentier
Succeeded byFrançoise Charpentier
In office
2 April 1986 – 18 June 1995
Succeeded byFrançoise Charpentier
Mayor of Évreux
In office
18 March 2001 – 12 March 2007
Preceded byRoland Plaisance
Succeeded byJean-Pierre Nicolas
Personal details
Born (1944-09-30) 30 September 1944 (age 76)
Toulouse, France
NationalityFrench
Political partyRPR, UMP, LR
Spouse(s)Anne-Marie Debré (d. 2007)
RelationsBernard Debré (twin brother)
ChildrenCharles
Guillaume
Marie-Victoire
ParentsMichel Debré
Alma materFrench National School for the Judiciary
Sciences Po
WebsiteWebsite

Jean-Louis Debré (born 30 September 1944) is a French politician.

He was President of the National Assembly from 2002 to 2007 and President of the Constitutional Council from 2007 to 2016.[1]

He was the son of Prime Minister Michel Debré.

He was Minister of the Interior from 1995 until 1997 during the presidency of Jacques Chirac. Since 2016 he has been President of the Superior Council of Archives.

References[change | change source]

  1. CV on the National Assembly website (in French).