Paul Bladt

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Paul Bladt
General Councilor of the Canton of Behren-lès-Forbach [fr]
In office
2 October 1988 – 16 March 2008
Preceded byCharles Stirnweiss
Succeeded byJean-Bernard Martin
Member of the French National Assembly
In office
21 June 1981 – 1 April 1986
Preceded byJean-Éric Bousch [fr]
Succeeded byCharles Metzinger [fr]
ConstituencyMoselle's 6th constituency
Mayor of Cocheren
In office
20 March 1977 – 22 December 1997
Preceded byAdrien Landfrid
Succeeded byJean-Bernard Martin
Personal details
Born1 June 1931
Metz, France
Died10 May 2022(2022-05-10) (aged 90)
Saint-Avold, France
NationalityFrench
Political partyPS
OccupationTrade unionist

Paul Bladt (1 June 1931 – 10 May 2022) was a French politician and trade unionist.

Biography

While working as an apprentice fitter, Bladt discovered the Young Christian Workers, which he joined at the age of 17. After leaving the organization in 1957, he began working as a fitter in Lorraine coal mines. He was an activist in the French Confederation of Christian Workers before working at the national office of the French Democratic Confederation of Labour for mineworkers.

In 1972, Bladt joined the Socialist Party (PS) and was elected mayor of Cocheren in 1977. He was consistently re-elected to this position until his resignation in 1997. In 1981, he was elected to represent Moselle's 6th constituency in the National Assembly, but did not seek re-election in 1986.[1] He represented the Canton of Behren-lès-Forbach [fr] in the General Council of Moselle [fr] from 1988 to 2008, when he retired from politics and moved to Cité Belle-Roche.

Paul Bladt died in Saint-Avold on 10 May 2022 at the age of 90.[2]

References

  1. ^ "Paul Bladt". Assemblée nationale (in French).
  2. ^ Mazzucotelli, Stéphane (10 May 2022). "Disparition de Paul Bladt, ancien député de la Moselle et ancien maire de Cocheren". Le Républicain Lorrain (in French). Moselle. Retrieved 12 May 2022.
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