François Hollande

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Person.png François Hollande   Powerbase Website WikiquoteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
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BornFrançois Gérard Georges Nicolas Hollande
Rouen, France
Alma materHEC Paris, Sciences Po, École nationale d'administration
Children • Thomas Clémence
• Julien Flora
Member ofFrench-American Foundation/Young Leaders/1996, Le Siècle
PartySocialist Party
French President 2012-2017

Employment.png President of France Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
15 May 2012 - 14 May 2017
Succeeded byEmmanuel Macron

Employment.png Co-Prince of Andorra Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
15 May 2012 - 14 May 2017
Preceded byNicolas Sarkozy
Succeeded byEmmanuel Macron
Serving with Joan Enric Vives Sicília

Employment.png President of the Corrèze General Council

In office
20 March 2008 - 15 May 2012

Employment.png First Secretary of the Socialist Party Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
27 November 1997 - 27 November 2008
Preceded byLionel Jospin

Employment.png Mayor of Tulle

In office
17 March 2001 - 17 March 2008

Employment.png Member of the European Parliament for France

In office
20 July 1999 - 17 December 1999

Employment.png Member of the European Parliament

In office
20 July 1999 - 17 December 1999

François Hollande is a former French President who was very unpopular.[1]

Election rhetoric

“I’m going to tell you who my adversary is. My real adversary has no name, no face, no party, he will never run for office and will never be elected — and still he will rule. This adversary is the world of finance.”
François Hollande (January 22, 2012) [citation needed]
Candidature speech for the French presidency


The Washington Post reported on July 5th, 2016, that "nearly 90 percent of the French disapprove of their president, a poll has revealed. Only 12 percent of those surveyed by polling institute TNS Sofres said they thought Hollande was doing a good job. It is the worst score of any French president since such surveys were first conducted more than three decades ago."[1]


In late July 2016 Hollande announced, after a lot of suspicious "terrorist" activity, that France would have a 'new National Guard' "to protect its citizens".[2]


Event Participated in

WEF/Annual Meeting/201521 January 201524 January 2015SwitzerlandAttended by a lot of people. This page lists only the 261 "Public Figures".