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Wikidata-logo.svg Petrus Bérégovoy
Res apud Vicidata repertae:
Petrus Bérégovoy: imago
Nativitas: 23 Decembris 1925; Déville-lès-Rouen
Obitus: 1 Maii 1993; Lutetia
Patria: Francia

Officium

Officium: Prime Minister of France, member of the French National Assembly, Mayor of Nevers, member of the general council, Secretary general of the Presidency of the Republic, Praeses, Minister of the Economy, Finances and Industry, Minister of the Economy, Finances and Industry, Minister of the Economy, Finances and Industry, Minister of the Economy, Finances and Industry, member of the French National Assembly, member of the French National Assembly, Representative of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Representative of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
Munus: Politicus, French Resistance fighter

Consociatio

Factio: Factio Socialistica, French Section of the Workers' International, Unified Socialist Party

Familia

Coniunx: Gilberte Bérégovoy

Memoria

Laurae: Grand Cross of the National Order of Merit, Grand Officer of the Order of Prince Henry

Petrus Bérégovoy (Francogallice Pierre Bérégovoy; natus die 23 Decembris 1925 in Déville-lès-Rouen praefecturae Sequanae Maritimae; Niverni mortem sibi conscivit die 1 Maii 1993) fuit politicus Francicus factionis Socialisticae ac Primus Minister a die 2 Aprilis 1992 usque ad diem 28 Martii 1993.

Niverni magister civium ab anno 1983 ad annum 1988 et a Martio 1993 usque ad mortem suam fuit.

BibliographiaRecensere

Ministri munitionis Francici 1959–
Petrus Guillaumat 1959 • Petrus Messmer 1960 • Michael Debré 1969 • Robertus Galley 1973 • Iacobus Soufflet 1974 • Ivo Bourges 1975 • Ioël Le Theule 1980 • Robertus Galley 1980 • Carolus Hernu 1981 • Paulus Quilès 1985 • Andreas Giraud 1986 • Ioannes Petrus Chevènement 1988 • Petrus Joxe 1991 • Petrus Bérégovoy 1993 • Franciscus Léotard 1993 • Carolus Millon 1995 • Alanus Richard 1997 • Michaela Alliot-Marie 2002 • Herveus Morin 2007 • Alanus Juppé 2010 • Gerardus Longuet 2011 • Ioannes Ivo Le Drian 2012 • Sylvia Goulard 2017 • Florentia Parly 2017