Mitterrand


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 (mē′tə-ränd′, -räN′), François Maurice 1916-1996.
French politician who served as president of France (1981-1995). He was a strong advocate of the European Union.

Mitterrand

(French mitɛrɑ̃)
n
(Biography) François Maurice Marie (frɑ̃swa mɔris mari). 1916–96, French statesman; first secretary of the socialist party (1971–95); president (1981–95)

Mit•ter•rand

(ˌmi təˈrɑ̃, ˈmi təˌrɑ̃, -ˌrænd)

n.
François (Maurice Marie), 1916–96, president of France 1981–95.
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Address : Numro National D~identification : Sivu Tut, 1 Rue Franois Mitterrand, 63 300 Thiers, 1 Rue Franois Mitterrand, 63300, Thiers, F
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Bulgaria is marking on January 18th, 19th, and 20th, the 25th anniversary of the historic visit of French President Francois Mitterrand and the famous breakfast with him.
Paris, France - France's deeply unpopular President Francois Hollande appears to have found inspiration from his hero Francois Mitterrand, announcing an abrupt pro-business lurch in tax policy that echoes moves by his Socialist predecessor 30 years ago.
As prime minister from 1981 to 1984 under president Francois Mitterrand, Mauroy oversaw reforms to trim the work week to 39 hours from 40, lower the retirement age to 60, give workers a fifth week of paid vacation and raise welfare benefits.
He rapidly rose within the party and became the second most powerful person in the Socialist Party in 1971 after Mitterrand.
Mitterrand reacted to economic malaise with a nationalization rampage, gobbling up formerly private banks, French multinationals, and strategically "sensitive" industrial giants.
And so the story rewinds to the past where chef Hortense Laborie (Catherine Frot), locally renowned in the Perigord region, is astonished when President Mitterrand summons her to the Elysee Palace in Paris to be his private cook.