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Michel d'Ornano

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Michel d'Ornano
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Minister of Culture
In office
1977–1978
PresidentValéry Giscard d'Estaing
Prime MinisterRaymond Barre
Preceded byFrançoise Giroud
Succeeded byJean-Philippe Lecat
President of the Regional council
of Lower Normandy
In office
1983–1986
Preceded byLéon Jozeau-Marigné
Succeeded byRené Garrec
President of the General council of Calvados
In office
1979–1991
Preceded byRobert Bisson
Succeeded byAnne d'Ornano
Personal details
Born(1924-07-12)12 July 1924
Paris, France
Died8 March 1991(1991-03-08) (aged 66)
Garches, France
NationalityFrench
Political partyUDF
Spouse(s)
(m. 1960)
Children2
EducationLycée Carnot

Michel d'Ornano (12 July 1924 – 8 March 1991) was a French politician. A descendant of both Marie Walewska and Philippe Antoine d'Ornano, he began his political career as mayor of Deauville in 1962. He served as president of the General Councils of both Calvados and Basse-Normandie before going on to represent the fourth district of Calvados in the Parliament of France; in that body he sat first as an Independent Republican and later with the Union for French Democracy. He served in numerous cabinet positions under Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, including as Secretary of State for Ecology, the Minister of Culture, and Minister of Industry.

D'Ornano was married to Anne d'Ornano, who he installed as mayor of Deauville; after his death, in 1991, she became president of the Regional Council of Calvados.

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