Nicolas Sarkozy

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Nicolas Sarkozy
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Aare ile Fransi
In office
16 May 2007 – 15 May 2012
Prime Minister François Fillon
Preceded by Jacques Chirac
Succeeded by François Hollande
Co-Prince of Andorra
In office
16 May 2007 – 15 May 2012
Served with Joan Enric Vives Sicília
Prime Minister Albert Pintat
Jaume Bartumeu
Pere López Agràs (Acting)
Antoni Martí
Representative Philippe Massoni
Emmanuelle Mignon
Christian Frémont
Preceded by Jacques Chirac
Succeeded by François Hollande
Alakoso Oro Abele ile Fransi
In office
31 May 2005 – 26 March 2007
Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin
Preceded by Dominique de Villepin
Succeeded by François Baroin
In office
7 May 2002 – 31 March 2004
Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin
Preceded by Daniel Vaillant
Succeeded by Dominique de Villepin
Alakoso Okowo, Inawo ati Oro Ile-ise ero ile Fransi
In office
31 March 2004 – 28 November 2004
Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin
Preceded by Francis Mer
Succeeded by Hervé Gaymard
Alakoso Isuna
In office
29 March 1993 – 10 May 1995
Prime Minister Edouard Balladur
Preceded by Michel Charasse
Succeeded by None
Baale ilu Neuilly-sur-Seine
In office
Preceded by Achille Peretti
Succeeded by Louis-Charles Bary
Personal details
Born 28 Oṣù Kínní 1955 (1955-01-28) (ọmọ ọdún 62)
Paris, France
Political party RR (?–2002)
UMP (2002–)
Spouse(s) Marie-Dominique Culioli (div.)
Cécilia Ciganer-Albéniz (div.)
Carla Bruni
Children Pierre (by Culioli)
Jean (by Culioli)
Louis (by Ciganer-Albéniz)
Residence Élysée Palace
Alma mater University of Paris X: Nanterre
Occupation Lawyer

Nicolas Sarkozy, Abase Omoba ile Andorra (pronounced [nikɔla saʁkɔzi] Sarkozy.ogg , oruko abiso Nicolas Paul Stéphane Sarközy de Nagy-Bocsa ni 28 Osu kinni, 1955) ni Aare ile Fransi lati 2007 de 2012 ati nitorire Abase Omoba ile Andorra lati 2007 de 2012. O gun ori aga ni 16 Osu karun, 2007 leyin to bori candidate Ségolène Royal ti Egbe Sosialisti ni ojo 10 seyin.

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Sarkozy je ara Fransi aladalu eyan eniyan. Omo Pál István Ernő Sárközy de Nagy-Bócsa,[1] to oloye ara Hungari,[2] ati Andrée Jeanne "Dadu" Mallah (ojoibi 12 Osu kewa, 1925 ni Paris), to je ara Fransi elesin Katolik ati Ju Sefardik lati Ottoman.[3] Won fe ra won ni Saint-François-de-Sales, Paris XVII, ni 8 Osu keji, 1950 won su kora won sile ni 1959.[4]

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  1. Schmemann, Serge (15 May 2007). "The New French President's Roots Are Worth Remembering". The New York Times. Retrieved 28 September 2008. 
  2. It is the "westernised", or "internationalised", version of his Hungarian name, in which the given name is put first (whereas in Hungarian given names come last), and the French aristocratic particle "de" is used instead of the Hungarian aristocratic ending "-i". This "westernisation" of Hungarian names is frequent, particularly for people with an aristocratic name. Check for example the leader of Hungary from 1920 to 1944, whose Hungarian name is nagybányai Horthy Miklós, but who is known in English as Miklós Horthy de Nagybánya. The French name of Pál Sárközy de Nagy-Bócsa from 1948 is Paul Étienne Arnaud Sarközy de Nagy-Bocsa, where the given name Pál has been translated into Paul in French, and the acute accents on the "a" of Sarközy and the "o" of Bocsa were dropped as these letters never carry an acute accent (accent aigu) in French. The trema on the "o" of Sárközy was kept, probably because French typewriters allow this combination, whereas it is impossible to write "a" or "o" with an acute accent using a French typewriter.
  3. "Profile: Nicolas Sarkozy". BBC News. 26 July 2009. Retrieved 9 March 2010. 
  4. "Ancestry of Nicolas Sarkozy". William Addams Reitwiesner. Retrieved 9 March 2010.