Republican doctor installed in the Hollow one, where it is known like the “doctor of the poor”, Jean-Alexis Moreau is elected the May 13rd 1849 second of the six representatives of Hollow to the |National Assembly by 18.247 votes out of 39.471 voters and 73.014 registered voters. Sitting on the benches of the Mountain, he decides against the Expédition of Rome, the law Falloux-Parein on teaching and the law of the May 31st 1850 restricting the Vote for all.
Protesting against the Coup d'etat of December 2nd, 1851, it is stopped and condemned to the deportation in Algérie; it remains with Mostaganem until the Amnistie of 1859. Of return into Hollow, it takes again its medical profession, looking after the poor free.
Very popular in its area, it is selected like the candidate of the radical republicans in the district of Guéret to the legislative elections of 1876. The March 5th, it is elected with the second turn by 12.718 votes out of 18.377 voters and 26.537 registered voters against the general Laveaucoupet, candidate royalist. It belongs to the 363 republican deputies of the Room.
Registered about the benches of the extreme-left, he comes to a conclusion for the complete amnesty of the Communards. The October 14th 1877, after the dissolution of the Room by Mac-Mahon, it is re-elected by 12.850 votes out of 18.254 voters and 26.839 registered voters against the general Laveaucoupet, the official candidate. Sitting in the advanced rows of the Republican majority, he asks with the radical the separation of the Church and the State, the absolute freedom of the press, meeting and association and is opposed to the Opportunistes.
He is not candidate, during the renewal of the August 21st 1881, but, between the polls, its name is registered: it is beaten, the September 14th, with 4.169 votes against 9.735 with Mr. Lacôte, another republican candidate.
Mandates of deputy
- 5/13/1849 - 12/2/1851: Dig
- 3/5/1876 - 6/25/1877: Dig
- 10/14/1877 - 10/27/1881: Dig
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