Maxime Bono

Biography

Maxime Bono (given birth to 1 November 1947 in Algiers, Algeria) is a French politician and an associate from the Socialist party. He continues to be mayor of La Rochelle from Apr 1999 to Apr 2014, president from the Agglomeration community of La Rochelle from January 2000 to Apr 2014 and a MP from the Charente-Maritime’s 1st constituency from Apr 1999 until June 2012. During his two mandates, he was an associate from the Socialist, Radical, Resident and Miscellaneous Still left parliamentary group.

Legal studies and work

Maxime Bono studied general public law in regulations and Economics Faculty from the University or college of Toulouse, graduating having a licence in 1971. He is a taxes inspector between 1972 and 1982.In 1983, he became social councillor from the municipality of La Rochelle. In 1985, he became consultant in the cupboard of Michel Crépeau, after that mayor of La Rochelle. In 1986, he became main of the personnel of Michel Crépeau.

Political career (1975–2012)

Early period (1975–1999)

He is a person in the Socialist party since 1974.He is a initial deputy mayor of La Rochelle during a decade (1989–1999). He was responsible for cultural affairs during this time period. From 1993 to 1999, he is a vice chief executive of the city of towns of La Rochelle. He was responsible for economics during this time period. From 1992 to 1999, he offers displayed the La Rochelle 6th canton in the overall Council of Charente-Maritime.From 1995 to 1999, he is a president from the municipality-owned organization of the general public transportation of La Rochelle.

Mayor of La Rochelle (1999−2014) and MP (1999−2012)

A mayor of La Rochelle since 1971, a MP from the Charente-Maritime's 1st constituency (1973–1993, again from 1997), a previous Minister (1981–1986) through the initial presidential mandate of François Mitterrand, Michel Crépeau died in Paris on 30 March 1999, after a coronary attack which had arisen couple of days earlier throughout a parliamentary session from the Country wide Assembly.In Apr 1999, Maxime Bono succeeded him being a mayor of La Rochelle, a president of the city of cities of La Rochelle and a MP from the Charente-Maritime's 1st constituency (the 9 cantons of La Rochelle and both cantons from the Île de Ré). In January 2000, the city of cities converted into the Agglomeration community of La Rochelle, which presently groups jointly eighteen cities and villages of Aunis.On 27 Apr 1999, he resigned as an over-all councillor of La Rochelle-6 due to the law from the deposition of mandates ("Cumul des mandats").Nevertheless, he didn't look for another parliamentary mandate in 2012. In the Country wide Set up, he sat as an associate in the committee from the lasting advancement and spatial preparing. Olivier Falorni (Divers Gauche) been successful him being a MP from the Charente-Maritime's 1st constituency.In 2013, he didn't seek an additional mayoral mandate, hinting at his defeat on the 2012 parliamentary elections among the reasons motivating his decision. Following 2014 French municipal elections, Maxime Bono was been successful as mayor of La Rochelle and Leader from the La Rochelle Agglomeration Community by Jean-François Fountaine (Divers Gauche).

Elections (2001-2008)

Municipal elections

In the 2001 municipal elections, Maxime Bono's miscellaneous still left list generally overtook the absolute majority in the first around (67.36%, 15,190 votes). He also polled a lot more than his forerunner Michel Crépeau in 1995 (58.02%).In the 2008 municipal elections, his miscellaneous still left list again generally overtook the absolute majority in the first round. Regardless of the competition of six lists and a lesser percentage than in 2001, his municipal list polled 58.93% (15.400 votes) and got 41 from the 49 seats.

Parliamentary elections

The first constituency from the Charente-Maritime includes La Rochelle, a few of its surrounding towns and villages (Dompierre-sur-Mer, Esnandes, L'Houmeau, Lagord, Marsilly, Nieul-sur-Mer, Périgny, Puilboreau, Saint-Xandre) as well as the ten municipalities from the Île de Ré (Ars-en-Ré, La Couarde-sur-Mer, La Flotte, Le Bois-Plage-en-Ré, Les Portes-en-Ré, Loix, Rivedoux-Plage, Saint-Clément-des-Baleines, Saint-Martin-de-Ré, Sainte-Marie-de-Ré). La Rochelle in 2002Polling 37.12% (21,138 votes) in the initial circular, Maxime Bono largely overtook the UMP applicant Catherine Normandin (27.63%, 15,731 votes). In the run-off, he was elected as MP with 53.02% (28,725 votes).He attained his highest rating in La Rochelle in the initial circular (41.45%, 12,027 votes) and in the run-off (57.74%, 15,834 votes). Aside from Dompierre-sur-Mer where he was overtaken by four votes by Catherine Normandin, he going in the initial round in every the surrounding cities and villages of La Rochelle. Aside from Lagord and Marsilly, he got the overall bulk in the run-off in every the surrounding cities and villages of La Rochelle. In the initial round, he found its way to second placement in the ten municipalities from the Île de Ré; his minimum score is at La Couarde-sur-Mer (21.71%). In the next circular, he was defeated by Catherine Normandin in the ten municipalities from the Île de Ré; his minimum score is at Les Portes-en-Ré (32.08%). La Rochelle in 2007Polling 40.77% (23,928 votes) in the first round, Maxime Bono overtook the UMP candidate Dominique Morvant, then general councillor of La Rochelle-4 (35.95%, 21,099 votes). In the run-off, he was re-elected as MP with 55.05% (32,345 votes). In comparison to 2002, he somewhat elevated his parliamentary rating.He attained his highest rating in Esnandes in the initial circular (45.49%) and in the run-off (62.84%). In La Rochelle, he polled 45.14% (13.120 votes) in the initial circular and 60.69% (17.667 votes) in the run-off. Aside from Marsilly in the initial round as well as the run-off, he going in the initial circular and got the overall bulk in the run-off in every the surrounding cities and villages of La Rochelle. In the initial round, he found its way to second placement in the ten municipalities from the Île de Ré; like in 2002, his minimum score is at La Couarde-sur-Mer (23.11%). In the run-off, he was defeated by Dominique Morvant in the ten municipalities from the Île de Ré; his minimum score is at Loix (32.44%).

Former local mandates

President of the city of towns of La Rochelle: Apr 1999-January 2000 General councillor of La Rochelle-6 : 30 March 1992 – 27 Apr 1999 Mayor of La Rochelle : 19 Apr 1999 - 5 Apr 2014 President from the Agglomeration community of La Rochelle : January 2000 - Apr 2014

National mandate

MP from the Charente-Maritime's 1st constituency (30 March 1999−19 June 2012) : Socialist, Radical, Resident and Miscellaneous Still left parliamentary group, person in the committee from the sustainable advancement and spatial planning

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