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Michael Sapin

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Nativitas: 9 Aprilis 1952; Bononia ad Sequanam
Patria: Francia

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Officium: member of the French National Assembly, Q62584596, member of the regional council of Île-de-France, member of the general council, Minister of the Economy, Finances and Industry, Minister of Labour, Minister of the Civil Service, 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
Munus: Politicus

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Michael Sapin

Michael Sapin, Bononiae ad Sequanam natus die 25 Aprilis 1947, est politicus Franciae qui minister sub primis ministris quinque meruit.

Est alumnus lycei Henrici IV Lutetiae, mox Scholae Normalis Superioris et Scholae Nationalis Administrationis eiusdem urbis. Legatus est ad Conventum Nationalem pro circulo I Andrae annis 1981-1986 rursusque annis 2007-2012, sed pro circulo Altorum Sequanae annis 1986-1991. Minister delegatus est ad Custodem Sigillorum annis 1991-1992, primo ministro Editha Cresson. Minister oeconomiae et vectigalium meruit 1992-1993, primo ministro Petrus Bérégovoy, deinde minister functionis publicae et reconstitutionis annis 2000-2002, primo ministro Leonillo Jospin, a die 16 Maii 2012 minister laboris, primo ministro Ioanne Marco Ayrault, et a die 2 Aprilis 2014 rursus minister vectigalium, primo ministro Manuele Valls.

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Ministri principales rectionis Francicae Leonilli Jospin 1997–2002 (praeside Iacobo Chirac)
Ministri principales rectionis Francicae Manuelis Valls et Bernardi Cazeneuve 2014–2017 (praeside Francisco Hollande)
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Ioannes Marcus Ayrault (2016–2017) • Audrey Azoulay (2016–2017) • Ioannes Michael Baylet (2016–2017) • Bernardus Cazeneuve • Emmanuela Cosse (2016–2017) • Myriam El Khomri (2015–2017) • Laurentius Fabius (2014–2016) • Matthias Fekl (2017) • Aurelia Filippetti (2014) • Annick Girardin (2016–2017) • Benedictus Hamon (2014) • Patricius Kanner (2014–2017) • Marylise Lebranchu (2014–2016) • Ioannes Ivo Le Drian • Stephanus Le Foll • Bruno Le Roux (2016–2017) • Emmanuel Macron (2014–2016) • Arnaldus Montebourg (2014) • Georgia Pau-Langevin • Flora Pellerin (2014–2016) • Sylvia Pinel • Franciscus Rebsamen (2014–2015) • Laurentia Rossignol (2016–2017) • Segolena Royal • Michael Sapin • Christiana Taubira (2014–2016) • Marisol Touraine • Ioannes Iacobus Urvoas (2016–2017) • Najat Vallaud-Belkacem • Manuel Valls (2014–2016)