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Raoul Bernard Lucien Marie (17 June 1918 – 10 February 2015) was a French former international rugby referee,[1] former Deputy in the French National Assembly (1967–1981),[2][3][4][5] and former Mayor of Biarritz (1977–1991).[1] He is also the founder of the organization Fondation du Bénévolat and an grand officer of the Legion of Honour. His daughter is former cabinet minister Michèle Alliot-Marie (born 1946), who served as Defense Minister, Interior Minister, Justice Minister, and Foreign Affairs Minister.

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  1. ^ a b Planes, Emmanuel (17 February 2011). "Bernard Marie en première ligne (English: 'Bernard Marie in the forward line')". Sud-Ouest (English: 'South-West') (in French). Bordeaux, France. Groupe Sud-Ouest. Retrieved 1 August 2013.  Google Translate
  2. ^ "Liste alphabétique des députés de la IIIe législature 1967-1968 (groupe politique, département) (English: 'Alphabetical list of Members of the Third Legislature 1967-1968 (Political group, department)')". Assemblée nationale (in French). French National Assembly official website. Retrieved 1 August 2013.  Google Translate
  3. ^ "Liste alphabétique des députés de la IVe législature 1968-1973 (groupe politique, département) (English: 'Alphabetical list of Members of the Fourth Legislature 1968-1973 (Political group, department)')". Assemblée nationale (in French). French National Assembly official website. Retrieved 1 August 2013.  Google Translate
  4. ^ "Liste alphabétique des députés de la Ve législature 1973-1978 (groupe politique, département) (English: 'Alphabetical list of Members of the Fifth Legislature 1973-1978 (Political group, department)')". Assemblée nationale (in French). French National Assembly official website. Retrieved 1 August 2013.  Google Translate
  5. ^ "Liste alphabétique des députés de la VIe législature 1978-1981 (groupe politique, département) (English: 'Alphabetical list of Members of the Sixth Legislature 1978-1981 (Political group, department)')". Assemblée nationale (in French). French National Assembly official website. Retrieved 1 August 2013.  Google Translate

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