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François Deluga

In office
1 December 2008[1] – Incumbent
Preceded by Marie-Hélène des Esgaulx
Constituency Gironde 8th

Mayor of Le Teich
Assumed office 
19th March 1989
Preceded by Claude Laymand

8th Vice President, Aquitaine Regional Council

Born November 18, 1956 (1956-11-18) (age 53)
Bordeaux, France
Political party PS
Residence France
Occupation Insurance agent

François Deluga (born 18 November 1956 in Cauderan, Bordeaux, Gironde) is a member of the National Assembly of France, representing the 8th constituency of Gironde.

An insurance agent by profession, Deluga was elected for the first time in 1989, when he was elected as Mayor of Le Teich, to which he was re-elected in 1995, 2001 and 2008[2].

In the 1997 election, he won the Gironde 8th for the first time, beating Robert Cazalet of the UDF. For the course of that Parliament, he was a member of the Commission on National Defence and the Armed Forces. He only served a single term, before being defeated in the 2002 election by Marie-Hélène des Esgaulx of the UMP[3]. In a re-match in 2007, des Esgaulx triumphed for a second time [4].

In the regional election of 2004, Deluga was elected to the Aquitaine Regional Council[5], where he was then chosen to be the 8th Vice President, with responsibility for tourism[6].

In 2008, des Esgaulx resigned following her election to the French Senate, and a by-election was held for her constituency. Standing again, Deluga won the election, beating Yves Foulon of the UMP, [1], and promised to stand down from his position on the Regional Council [7].


Blason département fr Gironde.svg Deputies of Gironde

Chantal Bourragué  · Michèle Delaunay  · Noël Mamère  · Conchita Lacuey  · Pascale Got  · Michel Sainte-Marie  · Alain Rousset  · François Deluga  · Martine Faure  · Jean-Paul Garraud  · Philippe Plisson



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