Jacques Chirac

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Jacques Chirac
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President of France
In office
17 May 1995 – 16 May 2007
Prime Minister Alain Juppé
Lionel Jospin
Jean-Pierre Raffarin
Dominique de Villepin
Preceded by François Mitterrand
Succeeded by Nicolas Sarkozy
French Co-Prince of Andorra
In office
17 May 1995 – 16 May 2007
Serving with Joan Martí Alanis
Joan Enric Vives Sicília
Prime Minister Marc Forné Molné
Albert Pintat
Preceded by François Mitterrand
Succeeded by Nicolas Sarkozy
Prime Minister of France
In office
20 March 1986 – 10 May 1988
President François Mitterrand
Preceded by Laurent Fabius
Succeeded by Michel Rocard
In office
27 May 1974 – 26 August 1976
President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing
Preceded by Pierre Messmer
Succeeded by Raymond Barre
Mayor of Paris
In office
20 March 1977 – 16 May 1995
Preceded by Office established
Succeeded by Jean Tiberi
Minister of the Interior
In office
27 February 1974 – 28 May 1974
Prime Minister Pierre Messmer
Preceded by Raymond Marcellin
Succeeded by Michel Poniatowski
Personal details
Born 29 Oṣù Kọkànlá 1932 (1932-11-29) (ọmọ ọdún 84)
Paris, France
Political party Union for a Popular Movement (2002–present)
Other political
affiliations
Communist Party (Before 1971)
Union of Democrats for the Republic (1971–1976)
Rally for the Republic (1976–2002)
Spouse(s) Bernadette de Courcel
Alma mater Paris Institute of Political Studies
Harvard University
National School of the Administration
Profession Civil servant
Signature

Jacques René Chirac (pípè ní Faransé: [ʒak ʃiʁak]; born 29 November 1932) je Aare ile Furansi tele.


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