Garaud, Marie-Françoise (1934–)

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Garaud, Marie-Françoise (1934–)

French lawyer and politician. Name variations: Marie-Francoise Garaud; Marie-France Garaud. Born Mar 6, 1934, in Poitiers, France.

Practiced law in Poitiers (1954–57); served as technical adviser in the office of Jean Foyer, minister for Cooperation then minister of Justice (1961–67), special adviser in the office of Georges Pompidou, prime minister (1967–68), technical adviser to the president of the Republic (Georges Pompidou, 1969–74), commissioner of Audit (1974–98), then senior member of the Court of Auditors (1998–99); as an Independent or Non-attached (NI), elected to 5th European Parliament (1999–2004). Elected president of the International Geopolitical Institute (1982).