First Citizen of the Morivaine Republic </br>
|First Citizen of Morieux|
Assumed office |
01 June 2009
|Preceded by||François René Tanguay|
13 March, 1970|
|Political party||Parti Révolutionnaire|
|Residence||Palais de l'État|
|Alma mater||Université Moselle|
|Committees||Committee for Public Safety|
Monique Duclerc is a Morivaine politician that has served as the 11th First Citizen of the Third Morivaine Republic and has been in office since 2009. She represents Dauphin in the National Convention. Duclerc studied Law at Université Moselle graduating with a MA before going on to earn a DEA in Business Law. After receiving her degrees, she joined the Institute of Political Studies in Saint-Lô where she worked closely with many influential Morivaine politicians before joining the Parti Révolutionnaire and running for Mayor of Dauphin in 2001. In 2004 she resigned her position of Mayor in order to run for the Dauphin's seat in the National Convention, defeating the incumbent Mouvement solidaire representative.
In 2007 she supported Pierre Morizet in his election to the head of the Parti Révolutionnaire. After the 2008 corruption scandal that forced Moirzet to resign, Duclerc was named interim head of the Parti Révolutionnaire, which she lead to a sweeping electoral victory the following year. In doing so, Duclerc became the youngest First Citizen in the history of the Republic and the first female executive of Morieux.
Duclerc was born in Dauphin, Zinaire in Morieux on 13 March 1970, the second child of Jean François and Claire Duclerc. Jean François, a notable military commander in the First Intifada, had himself been the son of Auguste Duclerc, a renown member of the National Assembly, and his wife Clémence. Claire Beaufort was the daughter of George Beaufort, a former Questarian naval officer who moved to Sétif, Morieux in 1935, where his wife, Marie, gave birth to Duclerc's mother, Claire, at their family estate.
Duclerc has younger brother, Robert Duclerc, a wealthy businessman in Sévérac, and a younger sister, Diane. Duclerc spent the first 21 months of her life at the family estate in Dauphin outside the Sainte-Marie-Majeure area of Sévérac. During this period, her father worked as a security consultant whilst also studying for a law degree from the University of Sévérac. In the 1980s, her family spent eight and a half years in Vienne, Rochehaut, where her father was a lecturer in law at the Bélanger School of Law. The family returned to the Morieux in 1988, living for a time with Claire Duclerc's father and her mother at their home in Sétif. She spent the remainder of her childhood in Dauphin, where his father returned to lecture at the University of Sévérac.
After attending school in Dauphin and Rochehaut, Duclerc's parents hired a private tutor to live with the family as they stayed in Sétif. She reportedly scored very well in her university entrance exams, gaining acceptance to the prestigious University of Moselle. She enrolled at the Université de Moselle in 1988, where she graduated with an MA in both Public and Private law, and later with a DEA degree in Business law. Moselle had been the starting place for the Charasee-inspired anti-conflict movement and was still a stronghold of leftist students during Duclerc's time there. Described as a vocal student, Duclerc soon joined the right-wing student organization, in which she was very active. She completed her compulsory military service as a junior staff member of the Naval Judicial Directorate.
Member of the National Convention
First Term Intervention in Karaman 2014 Great Recession Peace with Pollona 2015 Karaman War Collapse of the Jesselton Pact
Second Term Post-Karaman Hervenbosch Economic Recovery