Secretary of State for the Civil Service Andre Santini of France

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Santini had been indicted, along with Charles Pasqua, for corruption concerning the creation of the art foundation Hamon.
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Back in the mid-1990s, when most other French politicians and business leaders were studiously ignoring the then largely Anglophone Internet, Santini was spearheading a campaign to turn Issy-les-Moulineaux into a "digital city" par excellence.
Six years later, the fruits of that vision are everywhere to be seen and Andr Santini is not shy in declaring Issy-les-Moulineaux the most advanced city in France in terms of information and communication technologies.
I think Santini found an ingenious way to make a name for himself.
Andr Santini has a section on his campaign site called "Your Weblogs" and Andr Santini points to blogging solutions to encourage his readers to start their own.
Andr Santini has a page where he asks for donations but there is no online payment, it has to be done by paper cheque which is far from being online donations of course, mainly due to French law.
Santini was defending a plan announced by Prime Minister Francois Fillon to cut 22,700 civil service jobs for 2008.
net) declares: "Andre Santini has roundedthe decisive cape of his sixtieth year.
Further down,after citing his senior ministerial achievements, the site notes thatSantini's record represents "A suitable legacy to satisfy his ego -immense!"Few politicians are brave enough to take a tongue-in-cheek approach totheir personal biographies, but Santini is at home using the informalmedium of the web, being one of Europe's leading e-democracypioneers.
Santini is also co-president of the internet, ICT and e-commerceworking group of the French Assemblee Nationale, and president ofthe Global Cities Dialogue.
In an exclusive interview with E-Government Bulletin ahead of theforum, Santini says the potential of new technologies to impact ondemocratic process has never been greater.
Ultimately, Santini is optimistic about the outcome for democracy.