Attali commission

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FormationJune 2007
FounderJacques Attali
ExtinctionOctober 2010
Membership• Philippe Aghion
• Emmanuel Macron
• Franco Bassanini
• Claude Bébéar
• Jihade Belamri
• Christian de Boissieu
• Stéphane Boujnah
• Peter Brabeck-Letmathe
• René Carron
• Jean-Philippe Cotis
• Boris Cyrulnik
• Jean-Michel Darrois
• Michèle Debonneuil
• Jacques Delpla
• Pierre Ferracci
• Xavier Fontanet
• Evelyne Gebhardt
• Marion Guillou
• Pehr G. Gyllenhammar
• Nathalie Hanet
• Jean Kaspar
• Yves de Kerdrel
• Éric Labaye
• Jean-Pierre Landau
• Bruno Lasserre
• Anne Lauvergeon
• Éric Le Boucher
• Hervé Le Bras
• Reine-Claude Mader
• Mario Monti
• Pierre Nanterme
• Erik Orsenna
• Ana Palacio
• Geoffroy Roux de Bezieux
• Luc-François Salvador
• Pierre-Sébastien Thill
• Philippe Tillous-Borde
• Jean-Noël Tronc
• François Villeroy de Galhau
• Michel de Virville
• Serge Weinberg
• Dinah Weissmann
• Theodore Zeldin
• Patrick Combes
• Josseline de Clausade
• Mathilde Lemoine
Commission planning a drastic neoliberal change of France led by deep politician Jacques Attali. Emmanuel Macron's big break.

The Commission for the Liberation of French Growth, or, named after its president Jacques Attali, the "Attali Commission", was a commission charged by President Nicolas Sarkozy with drafting a report providing recommendations and proposals to to relaunch France's economic growth. It began its work in June 2007 and delivered its final report on January 23, 2008.

In February 2010, the president asked it to again "propose ways out of the crisis" by the summer. The second report entitled “A ten-year ambition” was submitted to the President in mid-October 2010.


 

Known Participants

9 of the 46 of the participants already have pages here:

ParticipantDescription
Peter Brabeck-LetmatheNestlé executive who attended the 2011 Bilderberg. Wants to privatize and charge for all water in the world.
Claude BébéarFrench insurance executive and organizer of the business lobby.
François Villeroy de GalhauGovernor of the Bank of France since 2015.
Pehr G. GyllenhammarSwedish CEO, European Round Table of Industrialists, Banque Rothschild, with deep state ties
Yves de KerdrelFrench journalist
Anne LauvergeonDouble Bilderberg French businesswoman. Many directorships
Emmanuel MacronFrench deep state operative banker, named a possible blackmail victim of Trump.
Mario MontiPrime Minister of Italy. Bilderberg Steering committee. 27 Bilderbergs from 1983 to 2015
Ana PalacioSpanish politician


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