Pierre Schori

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Pierre Schori
Pierre Schori in August 2007
Born14 October 1938 Edit this on Wikidata (age 84)
Norrköping Matteus church parish Edit this on Wikidata
OccupationPolitician Edit this on Wikidata
Position heldmember of Parliament (1991–1994), member of Parliament (1994–1994), member of Parliament (1998–1998), member of the European Parliament (1999–2000) Edit this on Wikidata

Jean-Pierre Olov Schori (born 14 October 1938, in Norrköping) is a Swedish diplomat and politician. For many years he was international secretary in the Swedish Social Democratic Party and a close assistant to the Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme. He assisted Palme in the Socialist International Movement and took part in the struggle against the fascist rule in Greece, Portugal and Spain. Schori is among the editors-in-chief of Tiden, a theoretical journal of the Social Democratic Party.[1]

He graduated from Lund University in 1962 with an M.A degree.[2]

In April 2005 he was appointed Special Representative for

Social Democratic member of the European Parliament,[3] and Sweden's ambassador to the United Nations

Schori was appointed election supervisor in Zimbabwe 2002 by the European Union. He was also suggested as the United Nations' administrator for Kosovo, but never became one after protests from the United States. They objected to Schori's prior support for Fidel Castro and other socialist regimes. Schori responded by accusing the Bush administration of "McCarthyism".[4]

In March 2007 Schori was named as the general director of FRIDE, a defunct think-tank based in Madrid.

Schori is sympathetically portrayed as Peter Sorman in the fellow 1968-radical

China or the Soviet Union

In a TV interview on 22 February 2004 the

Swedish Foreign Minister Sten Andersson "professional anti-Israelis".[5]


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  2. ^ Riksdagsförvaltningen. "Pierre Schori (S) - Riksdagen". www.riksdagen.se (in Swedish). Retrieved 2023-05-20.
  3. ^ Harding, Gareth (7 July 1999). "Raft of political heavyweights and celebrities grace new crop of MEPs". Politico.
  4. ^ New Yorker
  5. ^ "Mazel till attack mot Andersson och Schori". Aftonbladet (in Swedish). 2004-02-23. Archived from the original on 2005-11-14. Retrieved 2022-05-20.

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Preceded by State Secretary for Foreign Affairs
Succeeded by
Diplomatic posts
Preceded by Permanent Representative to the United Nations
Succeeded by
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Preceded by Board Chair, International Alert
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