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ⓘ Martinique's 4th constituency




Martiniques 4th constituency
                                     

ⓘ Martiniques 4th constituency

The 4th constituency of Martinique is a French legislative constituency in the Martinique departement, currently represented by Jean-Philippe Nilor of the Martinican Independence Movement, which is part of the Regionalism in France grouping in the national assembly.

                                     
  • This article lists the deputies currently serving in the 14 th legislature of the French Fifth Republic, elected in the 2012 legislative elections, elected
  • 47 th Regiment of Foot in 1792, and quickly rose to field rank. He was promoted to lieutenant - colonel in 1807, serving in the Invasion of Martinique in
  • Dublin. In 1775 he was admitted to St John s College, Cambridge. In 1777, he was appointed a cornet in the 4th Regiment of Horse, which in 1779 he exchanged
  • became well known for his role in the capture of Martinique in 1762. Following the Peace of Paris, Rodney s financial situation stagnated. He spent large
  • Revolutionary Wars and commanded the naval support at the reduction of Martinique in February 1809 during the Napoleonic Wars. He also directed the capture
  • but not, however, as Middle Americans, which refers to a particular constituency in the United States. Geography portal Central America portal North America
  • one deputy from one of each of the first, second, third, and fourth constituencies to the National Assembly of France. Three senators are chosen for the
  • conservative who once ran unsuccessfully for Member of Parliament for the constituency of Fife. Oswald remained a popular figure in British society and politics

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