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  1. The president of France, officially the President of the French Republic, is the executive head of state of France, and the commander-in-chief of the French Armed Forces. As the presidency is the supreme magistracy of the country, the officeholder is the holder of the highest office in France. The powers, functions and duties of prior presidential offices, in addition to their relation with the prime minister and Government of France, have over time differed with the various ...

    • Five years, renewable once consecutively
    • Élysée Palace
  2. The president of France is the head of state of France. The first officeholder is considered to be Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte, who was elected in 1848 and provoked the 1851 self-coup to later proclaim himself emperor as Napoleon III.

  3. The President of the French Republic is the head of state of France. The current President is Emmanuel Macron since 14 May 2017 defeating Marine Le Pen in the second round of the presidential election on 7 May 2017. Contents 1 List of French presidents (Fifth Republic) 2 Living former presidents of France 3 Notes 4 References 5 Other websites

    Name [a] (birth–death)
    Term Of Office And ...(previous Office)
    Term Of Office And ...(previous Office)
    Emmanuel Macron GCLH GCM (born 1977)
    14 May 2017
    François Hollande GCLH GCM (born 1954)
    15 May 2012
    14 May 2017
    Nicolas Sarkozy GCLH GCM (born 1955)
    16 May 2007
    15 May 2012
    Jacques Chirac GCLH GCM CVM COMA COAL MA ...
    17 May 1995
    16 May 2007
  4. This is a list of presidents of France . Contents 1 List of presidents 1.1 French First Republic (1792–1804) 1.2 French Second Republic (1848–1852) 1.3 French Third Republic (1870–1940) 1.4 French Fourth Republic (1946–1958) 1.5 French Fifth Republic (1958–present) 2 References List of presidents [ change | change source]

  5. La IVe République connaît deux présidents de la République : Vincent Auriol (1947-1954, premier socialiste à accéder à cette fonction) et René Coty (1954-1958). Son instabilité ministérielle la réduit rapidement à l'impuissance. La crise de mai 1958 fit finalement tomber ce régime. Vincent Auriol (1947-1954) René Coty (1954-1959)