1926 - 2020 (94 years)
Has more than 100 ancestors and 10 descendants in this family tree.
||Valéry Marie René Giscard d' Estaing |
|Relationship||with Francis Fox
||2 Feb 1926
||Koblenz, Rheinland-Pfalz, D
||2 Dec 2020
||Authon, Loir-et-Cher, Centre-Val de Loire, Fr
||4 Siblings |
||This person is also Valéry Giscard d' Estaing at Wikipedia |
||3 Dec 2020 |
- 20. President of France 1974-1981
Lycée Blaise-Pascal (Clermont-Ferrand), Ecole Gerson and Lycées Janson-de-Sailly and Louis-le-Grand (Paris).
Graduate, Ecole Polytechnique.
Assistant to the Inspectorate of Finance (1952)
Inspecteur des Finances (1954)
Assistant Directeur de Cabinet to Edgar Faure (PM, June-Dec. 1954)
Deputy for Puy-de-Dôme January 2, 1956
Re-elected for Clermont-Nord et Sud-Ouest Nov. 30, 1958
Member, French Delegation to the 11th session of UN General Assembly (1956-57)
Member, Departmental Council for the canton of Rochefort - Montagne (1958-74)
Sec. of State for Finance (January 1959)
Min. of Finance (January - April 1962)
Min. of Finance and Economic Affairs (April - November 1962)
Deputy for the Puy-de-Dôme (November-December 1962)
Min. of Finance and Economic Affairs (1962 - 1966)
Returned to Inspectorate of Finance (1966-67)
President of National Federation of Independent Republicans (1966)
Deputy for Puy-de Dôme (2nd constituency : Clermont Nord et Sud-Ouest) (1967-69)
President, Finance, General Economy and Planning Commission of the National Assembly (1967-68)
Chairman of the Council of OECD (1970)
Min. of Economy and Finance (1969-74)
Min. of State, Min. of Economy and Finance (March 1 - May 27, 1974)
President of France (May 19, 1974 - May 19, 1981)
Ex officio Member, Constitutional Council (since 1981)
City councilor, Chamalières (1974-77)
Member, Puy-de-Dôme Departmental Council (for the canton of Chamalières) (1982-1988)
Deputy (UDF) for the 2nd constituency of Puy-de-Dôme (1984-89)
MEP (UDF-RPR Unity list) (1989-93)
President, Foreign Affairs Commission of the National Assembly (1987-89)
Founder President, Perspectives et Réalités Clubs.
Chairman, UDF Party (1988-96)
President, International European Movement (since 1989)
President, National Association of regional elected representatives (since 1992)
Deputy for the Puy-de-Dôme (March 21, 1993) as a member of the Union pour la Démocratie française et du centre, parliamentary group.
President, Foreign Affairs Commission of the National Assembly (since 1993).
Démocratie française (1976)
Deux français sur trois (1984, second edition 1985),
Le Pouvoir et la vie (1988),
Le Passage (novel, 1994),
Dans cinq ans, l'an 2000 (essay, 1995).
Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor and of the National Order of Merit, Croix de Guerre 39-45.
Honorary Canon of Saint-Jean-de-Latran (1978), Nansen Medal. Steward Grand Cross of the Sovereign Order of Malta
Source: Who's Who in France, 1996-1997
Glossary of terms and abbreviations:
Deputy: Member of French National Assembly
Ecole Polytechnique: School of Engineering
ENA: Ecole Nationale d'Administration (National school of public administration)
MEP: Member of European Parliament
OECD: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
Secretary of State: Junior minister
Directeur de Cabinet: Chief of political staff
National Assembly: Lower house of French Parliament
Minister of State: Occasional ministerial appointment (takes precedence over the rank of Minister)