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François Hollande: the decline of a ‘normal’ president


Unhappy electors forced the head of state to entrust his government to a potential rival more popular than he.

Unhappy electors forced the head of state to entrust his government to a potential rival more popular than he.

May 6, 2012: François Hollande is elected president of the French Republic with 51.64% of the vote, the only Socialist – besides François Mitterrand – to attain an office the French view as more of a monarchic than political position.

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