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The Regional Council of Martinique
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The Regional Council is composed of 41 seats whose members are elected by popular vote to serve six-year terms. The President of the Regional Council is Serge Letchimy as of 26 March 2010. The Regional Council is headquartered in the hotel district of Defferre Cluny, Fort-de-France.

Members of the Regional Council
Party Seats
Martinican Independence Movement 28
Martinican Progressive Party 9
Democratic Movement (FMP) 4
Presidents of the Regional Council
Party Party Entered Office Left Office
Camille Petit Union of Democrats for the Republic; from 1982 - Rally for the Republic 1974 1983
Aimé Césaire Martinican Progressive Party February 1983 June 1988
Camille Darsières Martinican Progressive Party June 1988 29 March 1992
Emilé Capgras Martinician Communist Party 29 March 1992 20 March 1998
Alfred Marie-Jeanne Martinican Independence Movement 20 March 1998 22 March 2010
Serge Letchimy Martinican Progressive Party 26 March 2010 Present
source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Politics_of_Martinique
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