The president of the French Republic is the ex officio co-prince of Andorra, grand master of the Legion of Honour and of the National Order of Merit. The officeholder is also honorary proto-canon of the Archbasilica of Saint John Lateran in Rome, although some have rejected the title in the past.
- €182,000 per annum
- Popular vote
- Five years, renewable once consecutively
- Élysée Palace
7-8 Vincent Auriol served as the constituent head of state of France as President of the National Assembly from 31 January 1946 until 21 January 1947, but the title was superseded in its executive authority by that of Léon Blum as President of the Provisional Government on 16 December 1946.NºName (birth–death)Term Of OfficeTerm Of Office2Adolphe Thiers (1797–1877)31 August 187124 May 18733Patrice de MacMahon (1808–1893)24 May 187330 January 18794Jules Grévy (1807–1891)30 January 18792 December 18875Sadi Carnot (1837–1894)3 December 188725 June 1894†
El actual Presidente de Francia es, desde el 14 de mayo de 2017, Emmanuel Macron . El presidente es elegido mediante el sufragio directo con posibilidad de una segunda vuelta electoral, cuando no obtiene mayoría absoluta en la primera vuelta, para un mandato de cinco años.
President of France (since 2017) Macron formally became President on 14 May. On 15 May, he appointed Édouard Philippe of the Republicans as Prime Minister. On the same day, he met Angela Merkel, the Chancellor of Germany, as part of his first official foreign visit.
- Emmanuel Jean-Michel Frédéric Macron, 21 December 1977 (age 44), Amiens, France
- Édouard Philippe, Jean Castex, Élisabeth Borne
Hace 2 días · Emmanuel Macron, (born December 21, 1977, Amiens, France), French banker and politician who was elected president of France in 2017. Macron was the first person in the history of the Fifth Republic to win the presidency without the backing of either the Socialists or the Gaullists, and he was France’s youngest head of state since Napoleon I.
Elected first President of the French Republic, in the 1848 election against Louis-Eugène Cavaignac. He provoked the French coup of 1851, and proclaimed himself Emperor in 1852. Henri Georges Boulay de la Meurthe, the sole person to hold the office, was vice president.