Michel Fanget
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Michel Fanget

Michel Fanget (born 3 May 1950 in Clermont-Ferrand) is a French politician[1] and a member of the MoDem.

A member of the old Union for French Democracy (UDF), Fanget, an opposition councillor in Clermont-Ferrand was elected deputy for the Puy-de-Dôme's first constituency in the 'blue wave' of the 1993 election. However, he was defeated by the Socialist Odile Saugues in 1997. Fanget also represented the canton of Clermont-Ferrand-Centre from 1994 until he was defeated in 2001.

He joined the MoDem in 2007 and was the party's candidate in Clermont-Ferrand during the 2008 municipal elections.

In 2010, he was selected to be the MoDem's candidate in Auvergne for the 2010 regional elections.


  1. ^ Revue française de droit constitutionnel. Presses universitaires de France. 1997. p. 541.

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