Philippe de Villiers

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Philippe de Villiers, MEP

Philippe de Villiers (born 25 March 1949, Boulogne, Vendée) is an MEP from France, currently from the political party Movement for France of which he is also the leader (1994-1997 Union pour la Démocratie Française; 20.07.1999-16.12.1999 Rassemblement pour la France; 2004- Mouvement pour la France).[1]


Contents

Affiliations

Parliamentary Affiliations

Vice-Chair:
20.07.1999 / 16.12.1999 : Union for Europe of the Nations Group
22.07.2004 / 14.01.2007 : Committee on Fisheries
15.01.2007 / 30.01.2007 : Committee on Fisheries
14.07.2009 / 15.02.2010 : Europe of freedom and democracy Group
Vice-Chair/Member of the Bureau:
16.02.2010 / ... : Europe of freedom and democracy Group
Member:
19.07.1994 / 10.11.1996 : Europe of Nations Group (Coordination Group)
21.07.1994 / 15.01.1997 : Committee on Civil Liberties and Internal Affairs
17.11.1994 / 11.07.1995 : Delegation for relations with Central Asia and Mongolia
12.07.1995 / 15.01.1997 : Delegation for relations with Central Asia and Mongolia
11.11.1996 / 12.01.1997 : Non-attached
13.01.1997 / 15.06.1997 : Group of Independents for a Europe of Nations
16.01.1997 / 15.06.1997 : Committee on Civil Liberties and Internal Affairs
21.07.1999 / 16.12.1999 : Committee on Legal Affairs and the Internal Market
30.09.1999 / 16.12.1999 : Delegation for relations with Japan
20.07.2004 / 13.07.2009 : Independence/Democracy Group
21.07.2004 / 21.07.2004 : Committee on Fisheries
21.07.2004 / 14.01.2007 : Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
15.09.2004 / 13.07.2009 : Delegation to the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly
15.01.2007 / 30.01.2007 : Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
31.01.2007 / 13.07.2009 : Committee on Regional Development
31.01.2007 / 13.07.2009 : Committee on Fisheries
16.07.2009 / ... : Committee on Development
16.09.2009 / ... : Delegation for relations with South Africa
16.09.2009 / ... : Delegation for relations with Switzerland and Norway and to the EU-Iceland Joint Parliamentary Committee and the European Economic Area (EEA) Joint Parliamentary Committee
Substitute:
21.07.1994 / 14.05.1996 : Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection
21.07.1999 / 16.12.1999 : Committee on Citizens' Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs
21.07.2004 / 14.01.2007 : Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development
15.01.2007 / 30.01.2007 : Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development
31.01.2007 / 13.07.2009 : Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety
31.01.2007 / 13.07.2009 : Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development
16.07.2009 / ... : Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development[2]

Record and Controversies

Declaration of Financial Interests

Paid Functions or Activities:

  • Chairman of the Vendée Departmental Council
  • Member of the European Parliament[3]

Record of Parliamentary Votes

Election Campaign.jpg

Election Campaign 2009

Philippe de Villiers has not pledged to any of the four issues presented by the Election Campaign.[4]


Personal Information

Curriculum Vitae

  • Master's degree in law (1971).
  • Graduate of the Paris Institute of Political Studies (1973).
  • Graduate of ENA (National School of Administration) (1978).
  • Senior administrator, Ministry for Home Affairs (1978).
  • Head of the office of the Prefect of La Rochelle (1978).
  • Sub-Prefect of Vendôme (1979).
  • President of the Movement for France.
  • Chairman of the Vendée Departmental Council (since 1988).
  • Member of the National Assembly (1987-1994 and 1997-2004).
  • State Secretary attached to the Minister for Culture and the Media (1986-1987).
  • Member of the European Parliament (1994-1997 and 1999).

Contact

Address:
Parlement européen
Bât. Willy Brandt
03M099
60, rue Wiertz / Wiertzstraat 60
B-1047 Bruxelles/Brussel
Phone:
+32 (0)2 28 45895
Fax
+32 (0)2 28 49895
Email:
philippe.devilliers AT europarl.europa.eu
Website:
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Resources

Notes

  1. European Parliament, MEP Directory: Philippe de Villiers, accessed 05 December 2010.
  2. European Parliament, MEP Directory: Philippe de Villiers, accessed 05 December 2010.
  3. European Parliament, Déclaration des Intérêts financiers des députés: Philippe de Villiers, 17 December 2008, accessed 02 April 2009.
  4. Election Campaign, Philippe de Villiers, accessed 05 June 2009.
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