Simona Veil

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Nativitas: 13 Iulii 1927; Nicaea
Patria: Francia

Officium

Officium: President of the European Parliament, legatus ad Parlamentum Europaeum, minister, Minister of Health
Munus: Politicus, Iudex

Consociatio

Factio: Union for French Democracy
Religio: Religio Iudaica

Familia

Genitores: André Jacob;
Coniunx: Antoine Veil
Proles: Jean Veil

Memoria

Laurae: Grand Cross of the Legion of Honour, Knight of the National Order of Merit, Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire, Schiller Prize of Marbach, Praemium Caroli Magni, Princess of Asturias Award for International Cooperation, European Civil Rights Prize of the Sinti and Roma, North–South Prize, Monismanien Prize, Order of the Three Stars, 2nd Class, Honorary doctor of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Doctor honoris causa of the Université libre de Bruxelles, Grand Cross of the Order of Infante Dom Henri, Doctor honoris causa of the University of Edinburgh

Simona Veil (nata Simona Jacob familia Iudaica Nicaeae die 13 Iulii 1927) est politicorum perita Francica.

Supra custodiam soae Auschwitz ab anno 1944 ad 1945 vivet, pertia Ministeriorum de Salutis Franciae facta est, deinde prima praeses Parlamenti Europaei a comitia facta est.

Simona Veil, Academiae Francicae sodalis, in Academiam anno 2010 cooptata est.

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Ministri valetudinis Francici 1959–
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Bernardus Chenot 1959 • Iosephus Fontanet 1961 • Raimundus Marcellin 1962–1966 • Robertus Boulin 1969 • Ioannes Foyer 1972 • Michael Poniatowski 1973 • Simona Veil 1974 • Iacobus Barrot 1979 • Edmundus Hervé 1981 • Iacobus Ralite 1981–1983 • Claudius Évin 1988 • Bernardus Kouchner 1992–1993 • Ioannes Franciscus Mattei 2002 • Philippus Douste-Blazy 2004 • Xaverius Bertrand 2005 • Philippus Bas 2007 • Roselyne Bachelot 2007 • Xaverius Bertrand 2010 • Marisol Touraine 2012 • Agnes Buzyn 2017