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  Lamour, Jean-François
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NameJean-François Lamour
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Born February 02, 1956
Died Still Living (59 years)
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May 27, 2006 04:49pm
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InfoJean-François Lamour (born February 2, 1956) is a French former fencer and current politician and cabinet minister. A top fencer he was a gold medallist at the 1984 Olympics and 1988 Olympics and a bronze medal winner at the 1992 Olympics in the men's individual sabre. He was also world champion in 1987. Retiring he entered politics serving as the sports and youth counselor to the Mayor of Paris from 1993 to 1995. In 2002 he became the minister of sport and in 2004 he was given responsibility for youth in addition to this.

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  06/17/2012 French National Assembly - Paris - 13th circonscription Won 54.60% (+9.20%)
  06/10/2012 French National Assembly - Paris - 13th circonscription Counting 54.60% (+0.00%)
  06/17/2007 French National Assembly - Paris - 13th Circonscription Won 56.74% (+13.49%)
  06/10/2007 French National Assembly - Paris - 13th Circonscription Counting 56.74% (+0.00%)
  05/07/2002 French Sport Minister Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
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UMP President - Nov 18, 2012 UMP François Fillon