Gilbert Biessy, French politician, Mayor of Échirolles, Died at 81

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Biessy Gilbert was born on July 20, 1934, and died October 13, 2015.

He was a politician French.

Gilbert served with the group communist to the National Assembly from 1993 to 2007.

Gilbert was elected deputy for 1st time in 1993, and his predecessor was Jean-Pierre Luppi was eliminated in the 1st round; in the 2nd district Isère with 56.39% against 43.61% for the candidate FDU – UDF.

In 1997, for the second term and arrives at 1, which was 27.86%, the Socialist candidate is second with 20.88%.

On the second round, prevail Biessy receives 100% of the votes, the candidate for PS had withdrawn before the deadline.

Biessy was re-elected in the second round in 2002 facing the candidate UMP with 60.79%.

Biessy then decided not to run again in 2007 for a 4th term, instead he supports the dissident PCF Renzo Sulli, his successor in the town of Échirolles and General Council, which will face the candidate of the party, the mayor of Saint-Martin-d’Hères René Proby.

He was also the chairman of the joint association of public transport of Grenoble has twice, in 1977-1985 and 1995-2001.

Biessy Gilbert passed away at 81 yrs old on October 13, 2015.

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