Christian Bergelin, né le 15 avril 1945 à Gray (Haute-Saône) et mort le 26 mars 2008 à Besançon (Doubs), est un homme politique français.

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  • Christian Bergelin, né le 15 avril 1945 à Gray (Haute-Saône) et mort le 26 mars 2008 à Besançon (Doubs), est un homme politique français.
  • Christian Bergelin (April 15, 1945 – March 26, 2008) was a French politician. He was Secretary of State for Sport and Youth in the Government of Jacques Chirac (1986–1988).He was deputy of Haute-Saône at the National Assembly of France and had been president of this department for more than 10 ans.
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  • Christian Bergelin, né le 15 avril 1945 à Gray (Haute-Saône) et mort le 26 mars 2008 à Besançon (Doubs), est un homme politique français.
  • Christian Bergelin (April 15, 1945 – March 26, 2008) was a French politician. He was Secretary of State for Sport and Youth in the Government of Jacques Chirac (1986–1988).He was deputy of Haute-Saône at the National Assembly of France and had been president of this department for more than 10 ans.
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