Jean-Claude Guysot sings the Portuguese Jo Dassin in France’s Bleu Herault

Jean-Claude Guysot sings the Portuguese Jo Dassin in France’s Bleu Herault

During the Christmas break, the characters confide in France Bleu l’Hérault. This is an opportunity to discover it differently. This is the case of the communist on Wednesday morning Jean-Claude Guysot, former Minister of Transport and Housing Lionel Jospin, under Chirac district. The former failed candidate for mayor of Béziers in 2001 settled in the city center, near the department of Piteroise. The 78-year-old former deputy and mayor of Drancy, originally from Puissalicon near Béziers, was still president of the port of Sete a few months ago.

The son of this farm worker, father of three, is known for his passion for rugby and bullfighting. But not only. The retiree, who is still very active, does not hesitate with his family to raise his voice as he used to do during his ministerial trips. While we were visiting his house, Jean-Claude Gaissot penned a song by France Bleu Herault one of Jo Dassin’s (Portuguese) songs. Author of the eponymous law against Holocaust denial, slum-destroyer and representative of the Millau Bridge Today he lives between Béziers and Lauser where he owns a house. As fast as he can, the ex-minister gives up his moorings to go fishing on his boat off Serenan.

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