Roland DUMAS

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French Minister and Secretary of state (Mitterrand Government)

FrenchBorn Roland DUMAS

French lawyer and politician, French Minister of Foreign Affairs, President of the Constitutional Council

Born on August 23, 1922 in Limoges, Haute-Vienne , France (99 years)

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Son of Georges Dumas, a civil servant in Limoges's region and Socialist resistant to the German Occupation during the Second World War, shot at by the Gestapo, he conveyed weapons for the Resistance. He was arrested after the boycott of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra by French students. After the war, he completed his law and political science studies in the Ecole libre des sciences politiques and the London School of Economics.

Journalist and lawyer, he defended Jean Mons, Secretary-General of the Defence Committee, from charges of negligence in a case where Mons's assistant was accused of passing secrets of national security to communists. In this, he became close to François Mitterrand, president of the Democratic and Socialist Union of the Resistance (UDSR) party, himself suspected in the same scandal.


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