Jean-Pierre Soisson, né le 9 novembre 1934 à Auxerre (Yonne), est un homme politique français, élu pour la première fois à l'Assemblée nationale en 1968 et réélu à plusieurs reprises jusqu'en 2012.↑ [1]↑ [2]↑ [3]

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  • Jean-Pierre Soisson, né le 9 novembre 1934 à Auxerre (Yonne), est un homme politique français, élu pour la première fois à l'Assemblée nationale en 1968 et réélu à plusieurs reprises jusqu'en 2012.
  • Jean-Pierre Soisson (born 9 November 1934) is a French politician of the Union for a Popular Movement who is a deputy in the National Assembly of France for the first district of Yonne.Soisson was born in Auxerre. He was first elected to the National Assembly in the June 1968 parliamentary election and has been re-elected in every election since. He first entered the government when he became Secretary of State for Universities on 27 May 1974, serving in that position until 12 January 1976. He was Secretary of State near the Prime Minister, in charge of Vocational Training, from the latter date until 25 August 1976 and then Secretary of State near the Minister for Quality of Life, in charge of Youth and Sports, until 29 March 1977. He was Minister of Youth, Sports and Leisure from 5 April 1978 to 13 May 1981.He returned to the government seven years later, becoming Minister of Labor, Employment and Vocational Training on 29 June 1988, in which position he served for three years before becoming Minister of State, Minister of the Civil Service and Administrative Modernization on 17 May 1991. He remained in that position until 29 March 1992. Later in that year he became Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development on 2 October, serving until 29 March 1993.Soisson was Mayor of Auxerre from 14 March 1971 to 5 April 1998. He was also Vice-President of the General Council of Yonne from 1 January 1983 to 27 June 1988, then Vice-President of the Regional Council of Bourgogne from the latter date until becoming President in March 1992, in which position he served until 17 April 1993. He was again President of the Regional Council of Bourgogne from 16 March 1998 to 28 March 2004, and he remains a member of the Regional Council.However, his alliance with the National Front between 1998 and 2004 in order to keep his seat in the Regional Council of Bourgogne tarred his career, and owed him to be excluded from the Union for French Democracy (UDF), along with Charles Baur, Jacques Blanc, Charles Millon and Bernard Harang. Soisson was finally beaten in 2004 by François Patriat.Jean-Pierre Soisson is one of the French member of the National Assembly who hold the record for longevity by the number of terms, with Jean Tiberi and Didier Julia, 10 terms and 32 years in the Assembly since 1968. In 2011, he announced that he will not contested his seat again for the legislative elections of 2012.
  • Jean-Pierre Soisson (ur. 9 listopada 1934 w Auxerre) – francuski polityk, były minister w kilku rządach, wieloletni parlamentarzysta i mer Auxerre, były przewodniczący Partii Republikańskiej.
  • Jean-Pierre Soisson (d. 9 Kasım 1934, Auxerre (Yonne)) Fransız siyasetçi.Paris Siyasal Bilgiler Okulu'nda Hukuk eğitimi almış daha sonrasında Kamu Yönetimi Okulu(ENA)'nu bitirmiştir. Cezayir Bağımsızlık Savaşı'nda Asteğmen olarak yer almıştır. Sayıştay'a girmiş, 1968-2012 yılları arasında Yonne milletvekilliği yapmış, 1974 yılında ilk kez Üniversitelerden sorumlu Devlet Sekreteri olarak hükümette yer almıştır. UDF'ne bağlı olan Cumhuriyetçi Parti'nin kurucuları arasında yer almış. 1986-1988 yılları arasında Mevduat ve Sevkiyat Fonu Denetleme Kurulu Başkanı olmuştur. Michel Rocard, Édith Cresson, Pierre Bérégovoy gibi sosyalist başbakanların hükümetinde sağa açılımı temsil eden bakanlar arasında yer almış. Reformcular Hareketi'nde ve Liberal Demokrasi Partisi'nde yer almış daha sonra Halk Hareketi Birliği'ne katılmıştır.
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  • Jean-Pierre Soisson (ur. 9 listopada 1934 w Auxerre) – francuski polityk, były minister w kilku rządach, wieloletni parlamentarzysta i mer Auxerre, były przewodniczący Partii Republikańskiej.
  • Jean-Pierre Soisson (d. 9 Kasım 1934, Auxerre (Yonne)) Fransız siyasetçi.Paris Siyasal Bilgiler Okulu'nda Hukuk eğitimi almış daha sonrasında Kamu Yönetimi Okulu(ENA)'nu bitirmiştir. Cezayir Bağımsızlık Savaşı'nda Asteğmen olarak yer almıştır. Sayıştay'a girmiş, 1968-2012 yılları arasında Yonne milletvekilliği yapmış, 1974 yılında ilk kez Üniversitelerden sorumlu Devlet Sekreteri olarak hükümette yer almıştır. UDF'ne bağlı olan Cumhuriyetçi Parti'nin kurucuları arasında yer almış.
  • Jean-Pierre Soisson (born 9 November 1934) is a French politician of the Union for a Popular Movement who is a deputy in the National Assembly of France for the first district of Yonne.Soisson was born in Auxerre. He was first elected to the National Assembly in the June 1968 parliamentary election and has been re-elected in every election since. He first entered the government when he became Secretary of State for Universities on 27 May 1974, serving in that position until 12 January 1976.
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