Dominicus de Villepin

(Redirectum de Dominicus Villepinensis)
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Dominicus de Villepin: imago
Nativitas: 14 Novembris 1953; Rabat
Patria: Francia
Nomen nativum: Dominique Marie François René Galouzeau de Villepin

Officium

Officium: Prime Minister of France, Minister of Foreign Affairs, General secretary of the Presidency of the Republic, Minister of the Interior, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Munus: politicus, legatus, scriptor, Causidicus
Patronus: Institutum Scientiarum Politicarum Parisiense

Consociatio

Factio: Union for a Popular Movement, Rally for the Republic
Religio: Ecclesia Catholica Romana

Familia

Genitores: Xavier de Villepin;
Coniunx: Marie-Laure de Villepin
Proles: Marie de Villepin

Memoria

Laurae: Grand Cross of the National Order of Merit, Commander's Grand Crosses of the Order of the Lithuanian Grand Duke Gediminas, Grand Cross of Royal Norwegian Order of Merit, Order of the Three Stars, 2nd Class, Prix de la langue française, Grand Cross of the Order of Prince Henry, Q20857555, Order for Merits to Lithuania, Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland, prix Premier-Empire, Prix d'Académie, Order of Work Merit, Pierre Lafue Prize, Commander with Star of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland, Grand Cross of the Order of Civil Merit

Dominicus de Villepin (Francogallice plene Dominique Galouzeau de Villepin; Rabati die 14 Novembris 1953 natus) est politicus Franciae.

Dominicus de Villepin anno 2010 motús Rei publicae solidariae conditor

Filius Xaverii de Villepin ingeniario ultra mare operam dante, ipse in Maroco, Venetiola, Civitatibus Foederatis, Italia educatus est. Alumnus est autem Scholae Nationalis Administrationis Parisiensis, ubi studia sua absolvit eodem anno 1980 quo et Franciscus Hollande, Michael Sapin, Segolena Royal et Rainaldus Donnedieu de Vabres. Secretarius generalis a praesidatu fuit a die 17 Maii 1995 usque ad 6 Maii 2002, praeside Iacobo Chirac. Minister rerum internarum a die 7 Maii 2002, rerum externarum a die 31 Martii 2004 meruit, primo ministro Ioanne Petro Raffarin, eodem praeside. Sub eodem ipse a die 31 Maii 2005 usque ad diem 17 Maii 2007 fuit primus minister Franciae.

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Benoît Yvert, ed., Premiers ministres et présidents du Conseil. Histoire et dictionnaire raisonné des chefs du gouvernements en France (1815-2007). Lutetiae: Perrin, 2007

Nexus externiRecensere

  Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad Dominicum de Villepin spectant.
  • "Dominique de Villepin": vita apud CIDOB: Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (Hispanice)
Ministri rerum internarum Francici 1959–