An overview of the French regional elections – when they happen, how they work and who is our regional President?
The first round of the 2020 French Municipal election will be held on Sunday 15th March, the second round, usually a week later, has been postponed until Sunday 28th June. Here is some vocabulary to help you to follow the French elections In the media..
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The four main candidates this year are Francois Fillon (Republicains), Benoit Hamon (Socialists), Marine Le Pen (Front National) and Emmanual Macron (Independent).
The first round of the 2017 French presidential election will be held on 23 April 2017. Following closely on the heels of Britain’s Brexit and the election of Donald Trump as US president, it will be interesting to see just what kind of politician France will choose for its new president. Here is some vocabulary to help you to follow the French Elections.
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Les Elections municipales in France If you are resident in France, and paying taxe foncière and taxe d’habitation, (whether you own or rent,) you have the right to vote in municipal elections and…
La Septimanie by Michael Brady Enter the masked donkey ‘Omnia Gallia in tres partes divisa est’, which Latin learners will know, begins Julius Caesar’s “Commentaries on the Gallic War” and means “All Gaul…
10th and 17th June 2012 François Hollande of the Socialist Party became the new president of France on May 6th, 2012. He must now chose his cabinet, and create the 14th Assemblée Nationale of the…