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Louis Joxe (September 16, 1901, Bourg-la-Reine, Hauts-de-Seine - April 6, 1991, Paris) was a French statesman, judge and politician.

Career

  • Ambassador of France in the Federal Republic of Germany (-July 1956)
  • Secretary General
  • Minister of National Education (from January 15, 1960 to November 23, 1960 and from October 15, 1962 to November 28, 1962)
  • Minister for Algerian Affairs (1960-1962) - signed the Évian Accords
  • Minister of Administrative Reforms (1962-1966)
  • Minister of Justice (April 6, 1967 to May 30, 1968)
  • Deputy of Rhône (1967-1977)
  • Judge of the Constitutional Council of France

Family

He was the father of the politician Pierre Joxe.

Political offices
Preceded by
Michel Debré
Minister of National Education
1960
Succeeded by
Pierre Guillaumat
Preceded by
Pierre Sudreau
Minister of National Education
1962
Succeeded by
Christian Fouchet
Preceded by
Jean Foyer
Minister of Justice
1967–1968
Succeeded by
René Capitant







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