Didier Julia

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Didier Julia (born February 18, 1934 in Paris) is a French politician. He is currently (as of 2007) representing the Union for a Popular Movement (UMP) from Seine-et-Marne in the French National Assembly, a post he has held from 1967. He is mainly known for his interference in liberation operations of French hostages detained in Iraq following the US invasion in 2003.

Didier Julia is doctor of State in Literature, agrégé in philosophy and university professor. He is in the Gaullist political family, currently a member of the UMP. He has been elected deputy for Fontainebleau since 1967.

In 1998, he supported accepting the votes of the Front National in the regional Council of the Île-de-France region.

He is a member of the commission of Foreign Affairs. A long-time friend of the government of Saddam Hussein, especially of Tariq Aziz, he was the leader of the pro-Iraqi lobby in the National Assembly until the 2003 invasion of Iraq by the United States of America and their allies. He is also a member of groups promoting friendship toward Saudi Arabia, Cameroon, the United States of America, Iran, Palestine, Syria, Zambia.

The Iraq hostage affairs

From the 14 to 17 September 2002, in a context of growing tensions in the region, he went to Iraq with two other deputies of the UMP, Thierry Mariani and Éric Diard. The journey irritated President Jacques Chirac and Foreign affairs minister Dominique de Villepin, who called them "pieds nickelés" (a derogatory and mocking...
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