WHO WAS FRANCK BIANCHERI?
|A more democratic Europe with more influence worldwide, such is the project Franck Biancheri has been relentlessly fighting30 years long, until he died. If this fight took on various forms along the years, Franck Biancheri always was careful that no specific interest group (institution, community, economic group, ideology…) has any hold over it. There lied all the difficulty of his political action, but also all its value. See for yourself…|
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ABOUT THE ASSOCIATION AAFB
|The Association «Les amis de Franck Biancheri» has been created in tribute to Franck Biancheri, a politician and pro-european
democrat who died the 30th of october in 2012. He was only 51 years old. This website is dedicated to the memory of him and
his conscientious and high-quality work, which is now handed down to coming generations.
Created at the initiative of Marie-Hélène Caillol, his companion and closest colleague, his daughter Carla, his friends, former or
newer fellow travellers, the association has several aims among them to keep his legacy alive, pass down and develop it.
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