Francois Mitterrand

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French statesman and president of France from 1981 to 1985 (1916-1996)

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Main features: of this consultation focuses on the benefits of implementing the work of a protective film and installation clay on the windows of the aisle Julien Cain for Miquel BarcelE installation on the Francois Mitterrand site of the Bibliotheque nationale de France.
Ce projet, la plus grande reforme societale depuis l'abolition de la peine de mort en 1981 par Francois Mitterrand, divise au-dela des clivages habituels, meme si une grande partie de la droite et les responsables religieux y sont hostiles.
Socialist President Francois Mitterrand was a minister of justice when he executed 45 Algerians, according to a book entitled "Francois Mitterrand and the Algerian War.
Mr Hollande has his work cut out to fulfil the hopes his victory has stirred on France's left, overjoyed to have one of their own in power for the first time since Socialist Francois Mitterrand was president from 1981 to 1995.
Paris, May 7 -- Francois Hollande swept to victory on Sunday, becoming the first Socialist to become president of France since Francois Mitterrand re-election in 1988.
Hollande is hoping to become the first socialist to win a French presidential election since Francois Mitterrand in 1988.
The last French leader to visit the former colony was then President Francois Mitterrand in 1993.
Chirac was the second-longest serving President of France (two full terms, first seven years and second five), behind Francois Mitterrand.
Los archivos diplomaticos que Francia abrio esta semana, tras una medida similar en Gran Bretana, muestran que Paris y Londres, dirigidos entonces por Francois Mitterrand y Margaret Thatcher, eran hostiles a la caida del Muro de Berlin y al surgimiento de una Alemania reunificada.
Danielle Mitterrand, 84, is the widow of former French President Francois Mitterrand.
President of the French Republic since May 2007, Nicolas Sarkozy was elected due to his desire to differentiate himself from his predecessors, Jacques Chirac and Francois Mitterrand, to push ahead, including in the European Union.
BRITAIN moved a little closer to mainland Europe on May 6, 1994, when the Queen and France's President Francois Mitterrand formally opened the Channel Tunnel.
In his political biography of Francois Mitterrand, the author sets out to demystify a man commonly depicted as inscrutable.
1 Jacques Chirac replaced Francois Mitterrand as French president.
Back to the same position under socialist President Francois Mitterrand, in an arrangement called "cohabitation" (when the president and the prime minister come from opposite camps), he pushed for privatization of the big French companies previously nationalized after Mitterrand's election in 1981.