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Etienne Pinte , Politician French, was born the March 19th 1939 with Ixelles (Belgium). Deputy - Mayor of Versailles (Yvelines), member of the UMP. Bachelor of law, graduate of the Institute of political studies of Paris, he is Member of the Commission of the cultural affairs of the National Assembly.
Collaborator of Alain Peyrefitte, appointed Seine-et-Marne, it begins his political career in 1973 as substitute for this one. Alain Peyrefitte being appointed Minister for the cultural Affairs and the environment of the Government Pierre Messmer (3), it reaches the National Assembly then. It has been constantly re-elected there for this time.
Biographical elementsEtienne Pinte is the son of Gerard Pinte and Mrs., born Denise Brunschwig. The Pinte family includes/understands four generations of senior officers of cavalry than the service of the king of the Belgians, of which his/her father, which was annobli (concession of nobility) on June 15th, 1953.
At the beginning of the Second world war, Gerard and Denise Pinte flee Belgium for France and take part in the interior resistance. They are then booksellers in Versailles.
Former student of the institute of political studies of Paris, having chosen in years 1960 to settle in France, country of which it acquires nationality in 1963, Etienne Pinte becomes the collaborator of Alain Peyrefitte, integrating his cabinet when this one is named Secretary of State to the information of Georges Pompidou in 1962, then Secretary of State charged with the repatriates (1962), Ministre of Information (1962), responsible for the scientific research and the atomic and space questions (1966), and Minister for State education (1967). He is then member of the cabinet of Joel Theule, Secretary of State in charge of information (1968), then of that of Marcel Anthonioz, Secretary of State to Tourism (1969).
Of return in France, it joined Alain Peyrefitte, who chooses it like Suppléant with the delegation in his district of Seine-et-Marne at the time of the legislative elections of April 1973, giving him a few months later the occasion to enter to the National Assembly and to launch out in a political career.
At the time of the legislative elections of March 1978, Etienne Pinte is presented successfully in the department of Yvelines. It was constantly re-elected there since.
He was vice-president of the group RPR of the National Assembly, member of the political office and treasurer of RPR (1997).
Married with Mrs. Marie-Noëlle Vielliard, he is father of 4 children, of which:
- Delphine Hello, member of the general secretary of the world Movement of the mothers and vice-president of her French section, parliamentary assistant of her father;
- François Pint, assistant departmental secretary of the federation UMP of the Loire-Atlantique, regional adviser of the Country of the Loire.
Political positionsBeing posed like Catholic enthusiastic and implied, Etienne Pinte draws from this conviction of the positions which he wants to put in agreement with the “social doctrines” of the Église.
Faithful to its catholic convictions, he voted against the renewal of the Law on the IVG in 1979, against the assumption of responsibility of the IVG by the Social security in 1982, against the laws bioethics of 1992 and 1994, against the reform of the IVG and contraception in 2000. He also voted for the abolition of the Capital punishment in 1981, engaged against the “Double pain” and for setting-up of the numérus clausus in the prisons. This standpoint is worth to him critical sharp on behalf of the representatives of the right-hand side, including within its party and in its town of Versailles.
It appears among the signatories of the “call of the mayors against the marriage of the people of the same sex”.
Near to Philippe Séguin in 1981, Etienne Pinte decides in favor of the candidature of Edouard Balladur at the time of the presidential election of 1995. It was one of the deputies most critical UMP with regard to the Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin, seeing in Nicolas Sarkozy a much better right-wing candidate to the presidential election of 2007.
- City council man and mayor of Versailles (Yvelines):
- proclaimed appointed Seine-et-Marne on May 6th 1973 to replace Alain Peyrefitte, deputy named with the government.
- elected appointed First district of Yvelines in 1978, re-elected in 1981, 1986, 1988, 1993, 1997, 2002, 2007 (mandate in progress: XIIe legislature 2007 - 2012).
- President of the community of communes of the Large Park since 2003.
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