Antoine Pinay

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Person.png Antoine Pinay   Alchetron IMDB PowerbaseRdf-icon.png
(politician, deep politician)
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Born 30 December 1891
Saint-Symphorien-sur-Coise, Rhône, France
Died 1994-12-13 (Age 102)
Saint-Chamond, Loire, France
Nationality French
Member of Le Cercle
Party Democratic Alliance,  Democratic and Radical Union,  Independent Radicals,  Independent,  CNIP,  Union for the New Republic
A French deep politician, eponymous head of the Pinay Cercle

Employment.png Chairman of Le Cercle

In office
1953 - 1971
Succeeded by Brian Crozier
These dates are pure conjecture, but fit with other data.

Employment.png Prime Minister of France Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
8 March 1952 - 8 January 1953
Preceded by Edgar Faure

Antoine Pinay was a French deep politician and former Prime Minister of France. He gave his name to (although did not set up) the Pinay Cercle, now just called "Le Cercle".

Trip to South Africa

Pinay travelled to South Africa in 1973, a visit which according to a leaked cable was not understood by the US at the time. He was described in the cable as "aging but still prominent".[1] Later Le Cercle would hold Le Cercle/Meetings in South Africa and received funding from the isolated government, whose diplomats were eager for close ties.

 

Events Participated in

EventDateLocation(s)
Bilderberg/195429 May 1954 - 31 May 1954Hotel Bilderberg
Oosterbeek
Netherlands
Bilderberg/1955 March18 March 1955 - 20 March 1955Barbizon
France
Bilderberg/195611 May 1956 - 13 May 1956Fredensborg
Denmark
Bilderberg/1957 February15 February 1957 - 17 February 1957St Simons Island
Georgia
US
Bilderberg/196329 March 1963 - 31 March 1963Hotel Martinez
Cannes
France
Bilderberg/196420 March 1964 - 22 March 1964Williamsburg
Virginia
US
Le Cercle/195818 August 1958Europe
Le Cercle/1970 (Washington)2 December 1970Rockefeller family mansion
Washington DC
US
Le Cercle/1977 (South Africa)13 May 1977 - 16 May 1977South Africa
Le Cercle/1978 (Tehran)3 September 1978Tehran
Iran


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