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Alain Juppé

Alain JuppéBorn: 15-Aug-1945
Birthplace: Mont-de-Marsan, Landes, France

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Head of State

Nationality: France
Executive summary: Prime Minister of France, 1995-97

A leader of the RPR party (Rassemblement pour la République), served as Foreign minister under Édouard Balladur, and then as Prime Minister. Elected as mayor of the city of Bordeaux in 1995, he wielded both local and national power. After public employees were found to illegally work for RPR, he was convicted in 2004 of the felony misuse of public funds, and barred from holding office for a decade. He was forced to resign his mayorship though an 18-month prison sentence was suspended. An appeal reduced both the suspended sentence and the ban from office to fourteen months. It remains unclear as to the legal status of Juppé's civil rights -- if he were to run for office, it is likely that legal manoeuvres could put a stop to any such attempt.

Father: Robert Juppé
Mother: Marie Darroze (b. 1910, d. 2004)
Wife: Christine Leblond (m. 1965, one son, one daughter)
Wife: Isabelle Legrand-Bodin (m. 1993, one son)

    High School: Lycée Victor-Duruy, Mont-de-Marsan
    High School: Lycée Louis-le-Grand, Paris
    University: École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France (1964)
    University: Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris (1968)

    Prime Minister of France (1995-97)
    French Minister Foreign (1993-95)
    French Mayor Bordeaux (1995-)
    Member of the European Parliament (1984-86)
    Corruption 2004 (convicted, mishandling public funds)
    Funeral: Nelson Mandela (2013)

Author of books:
La tentation de Venise (1993)
Montesquieu, le moderne1999


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