Marie-Noëlle Lienemann

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Marie-Noëlle Lienemann

Marie-Noëlle Lienemann (born 12 July 1951, Belfort) is a former MEP for France from the Parti Socialiste (24.07.1984-25.06.1988, 06.06.1997-27.03.2001 and 2004-2009).[1]


Contents

Affiliations

Parliamentary Affiliations

Vice-President:
20.07.1999 / 27.03.2001 : European Parliament
20.07.1999 / 27.03.2001 : Parliament's Bureau
Vice-Chair:
20.09.2004 / 31.12.2006 : Delegation to the EU-Romania Joint Parliamentary Committee
Member:
24.07.1984 / 25.06.1988 : Socialist Group
26.07.1984 / 20.01.1987 : Committee on Energy, Research and Technoly
12.02.1985 / 09.03.1986 : Delegation for relations with Switzerland
10.03.1986 / 20.01.1987 : Delegation for relations with Switzerland
21.01.1987 / 25.06.1988 : Committee on Energy, Research and Technology
06.06.1997 / 19.07.1999 : Group of the Party of European Socialists
18.07.1997 / 19.07.1999 : Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection
20.07.1999 / 07.03.2000 : Group of the Party of European Socialists
21.07.1999 / 27.03.2001 : Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Policy
08.03.2000 / 27.03.2001 : Group of the Party of European Socialists
20.07.2004 / 13.07.2009 : Socialist Group in the European Parliament
21.07.2004 / 14.01.2007 : Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
15.09.2004 / 19.09.2004 : Delegation to the EU-Romania Joint Parliamentary Committee
15.01.2007 / 30.01.2007 : Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
31.01.2007 / 13.07.2009 : Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
15.03.2007 / 13.07.2009 : Delegation for relations with the countries of Central America
10.05.2007 / 04.02.2009 : Temporary Committee on Climate Change
Substitute:
26.07.1984 / 20.01.1987 : Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection
21.01.1987 / 25.06.1988 : Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection
16.06.1997 / 16.07.1997 : Committee on Foreign Affairs, Security and Defence Policy
17.07.1997 / 19.07.1999 : Subcommittee on Monetary Affairs
17.07.1997 / 19.07.1999 : Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs and Industrial Policy
17.09.1997 / 13.10.1997 : Delegation for relations with Japan
17.09.1997 / 04.06.1998 : Delegation to the EU-Cyprus Joint Parliamentary Committee
14.10.1997 / 23.02.1999 : Delegation for relations with Japan
24.02.1999 / 19.07.1999 : Delegation for relations with Japan
22.07.1999 / 27.03.2001 : Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
21.07.2004 / 14.01.2007 : Committee on Industry, Research and Energy
15.01.2007 / 30.01.2007 : Committee on Industry, Research and Energy
31.01.2007 / 13.07.2009 : Committee on Industry, Research and Energy[2]

Record and Controversies

Declaration of Financial Interests

Professional Activities:

  • Vice president of the Regional Councel (Nord-Pas-de-Calais)
  • President of the Federation of cooperative housing (at low salary)[3]

Record of Parliamentary Votes

  • Voted in favour of the directive on "establishing a framework for Community action in the field of water policy" (A5-0027/2000). The directive covers all water management aspects in order to achieve a 'good status' of all waters by 2015.[4]
  • Voted against the directive on "national emission ceilings for certain atmospheric pollutants" (A5-0063/2000). The amendment allows setting less ambitious national emission ceilings for sulphur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), ammonia (NH3) and volatile organic compounds (VOC), which would result in more damage to human health and the environment.[5]

Personal Information

Curriculum Vitae

  • École normale supérieure for technical education (1971).
  • Postgraduate diploma (DEA) in chemistry and physics (1974).
  • CAPES qualification (secondary teacher's qualifying certificate) in chemistry and physics (1976).
  • Physics and chemistry teacher.
  • Member of the Socialist Party executive committee (1974).
  • Member of the Socialist Party national bureau (1981).
  • Socialist Party national secretary responsible for the environment (1984).
  • Member of the national bureau and Socialist Party national secretary with responsibility for businesses.
  • Deputy mayor of Massy (1976-1989).
  • Member of the Essonne Departmental Council (1978-1988).
  • Mayor of Athis-Mons (1989-2001).
  • First Deputy Mayor of Athis-Mons (2001-2004).
  • Vice-Chairwoman of the Nord-Pas-de-Calais Regional Council with responsibility for vocational training (since 2004).
  • Member of the National Assembly for Essonne (1988-1992).
  • Junior minister for housing and living conditions (1992-1993).
  • State Secretary for housing (2001-2002).
  • Member of the European Parliament (1984-1988 and 1997-2001).
  • Vice-President of the European Parliament (1999-2001).

Contact

Address:
Phone:
Fax
Email:
mn.lienemann AT nordpasdecalais.fr
mn-lienemann AT wanadoo.fr
Website:
http://www.marie-noelle-lienemann.fr
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Resources

Notes

  1. European Parliament, MEP Directory: Marie-Noëlle Lienemann, accessed 30 November 2010.
  2. European Parliament, MEP Directory: Marie-Noëlle Lienemann, accessed 30 November 2010.
  3. European Parliament, Déclaration des Intérêts financiers des députés: Marie-Noëlle Lienemann, 07 January 2009, accessed 01 April 2009.
  4. Friends of the Earth, EU Vote Watch, accessed 02 February 2009.
  5. Friends of the Earth, EU Vote Watch, accessed 02 February 2009.
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