Christian Martin (Maine-et-Loire)
BiographyFor the legislative elections of 1993, it is indicated substitute for Edmond Alphandéry, the deputy elected since 1978 in the Third district of Maine-et-Loire. This one is re-elected the March 21st 1993, by obtaining 56,27% of the voices as of the first turn. It is named in the Gouvernement Edouard Balladur on April 2nd. Christian Martin thus became appointed in his place on May 2nd, 1993. He sat within the group UDF and was Member of the Commission of national defense and the armed forces.
Following the dissolution of the National Assembly decided by the president Jacques Chirac, of new elections are organized in 1997. Edmond Alphandéry then decides not to aspire to a sixth mandate and Christian Martin is invested to take his succession. He is elected on June 1st 1997 by beating the candidate PS, Pierre Guibert, with 51,53% of the voices to the second round. During the 11th legislature, it sat again within the UDF group and was again Member of the Commission of national defense and the armed forces. In 1998, it took part in the parliamentary board of inquiry on the activity and the operation of the bankruptcy courts.
It chooses not to be represented at the time of the legislative elections of 2002.
- 02/05/1993 - 21/04/1997: deputy of the Third district of Maine-et-Loire
- 01/06/1997 - 18/06/2002: deputy of the third district of Maine-et-Loire
- List of the deputies of the Maine-et-Loire
- Its card of identity on the site of the National Assembly
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