A search was launched Saturday after the disappearance disturbing in the night from Friday to Saturday, in the deux-Sèvres, Marie-France Garaud, figure in French politics of the 1970s, ex-advisor to presidents Pompidou and Chirac, according to several sources.
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The alert was given in the night by the staff of the residence of Marie-France Garaud, age 86, in Saint-Pompain, a-t-on learned from the force of the deux-Sèvres. His vehicle has also been reported, with a single senior on board, late Friday night in the forest of Mervent, about twenty miles, in the Vendée. The research continued actively on Saturday morning, said the police.
"Problems of orientation"
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The reporting by witnesses of the vehicle, a Toyota 4X4 compact light grey, the force had been made Friday night, as the car was travelling in straggling, has also noted a source close to the folder. According to this source, the entourage would have referred to "problems of orientation" of Marie-France Garaud.
Marie-France Garaud, who was the advisor of president Georges Pompidou and the gray eminence of Jacques Chirac, has exercised, often in the shade, an influence assumed in the political France of the 1970s. Gaullist history, the fierce opponent of the Europe of Maastricht, Marie-France Garaud was the presidential election of 2017 to provide support to Marine Le Pen before the second round.Updated Date: 13 June 2020, 05:33