Francois Hollande vs A. Jerrold Perenchio

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President, France
Founder & Owner, Chartwell Leisure
Net worth 2018
$2.8 Billion
President
Industry
Media
Paris, France
Residence
France
Country
United States
12/08/1954
BirthDay
4
Children
3
HEC Paris; Ecole Nationale d'Administration
Education
Bachelor of Arts / Science, University of California, Los Angeles
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2017

Hollande also signalled his intent to implement a 75% income tax rate on revenue earned above 1,000,000 euros per year, to generate the provision of development funds for deprived suburbs, and to return to a deficit of zero percent of GDP by 2017

2016

By November 2016, Hollande's approval rating was just 4%

2015

Manila: Freedom of the City of Manila (26 February 2015)

2014

In September 2014, Trierweiler published a book about her time with Hollande titled Merci pour ce moment (Thank You for This Moment)

2013

During his one-day visit to Bamako, Mali's capital, on 2 February 2013, he said that it was "the most important day in [his] political life"

2012

As President, Hollande promised an early withdrawal of French combat troops present in Afghanistan in 2012

2008

Hollande was next elected to replace Jean-Pierre Dupont as the president of the General Council of Corrèze in April 2008, and won re-election in 2011

2007

In November 2007, Trierweiler confirmed and openly discussed her relationship with Hollande in an interview with the French weekly Télé 7 Jours

2005

Although Hollande was re-elected as first secretary at the Le Mans Congress in 2005, his authority over the party began to decline

2004

After the triumph of the Left in the 2004 regional elections, Hollande was cited as a potential presidential candidate, but the Socialists were divided on the European Constitution, and Hollande's support for the ill-fated "Yes" position in the French referendum on the European constitution caused friction within the party

2003

In order to prepare for the 2003 party congress in Dijon, he obtained the support of many notable personalities of the party and was re-elected first secretary against opposition from left-wing factions

2002

The immediate resignation of Jospin from politics following his shock defeat by far-right candidate Jean-Marie Le Pen in the first round of the 2002 presidential election forced Hollande to become the public face of the party for the 2002 legislative election

2001

Hollande would go on to be elected mayor of Tulle in 2001, an office he would hold for the next seven years

1997

Hollande went on to contest Corrèze once again in 1997, successfully returning to the National Assembly

1995

He was the first Socialist Party president since François Mitterrand left office in 1995

1993

Hollande lost his bid for re-election to the Assembly in the so-called "blue wave" of the 1993 election, described as such due to the number of seats gained by the Right at the expense of the Socialist Party

1988

Hollande also served in the National Assembly of France twice for the department of Corrèze's 1st Constituency from 1988 to 1993, and again from 1997 to 2012

1984

For over thirty years, his partner was fellow Socialist politician Ségolène Royal, with whom he has four children: Thomas (1984), Clémence (1985), Julien (1987) and Flora (1992)

1983

After becoming a municipal councillor for Ussel in 1983, he contested Corrèze for a second time in 1988, this time being elected to the National Assembly

1981

He was quickly spotted by Jacques Attali, a senior adviser to Mitterrand, who arranged for Hollande to run in legislative election of 1981 in Corrèze against future President Jacques Chirac, who was then the leader of the Rally for the Republic, a Neo-Gaullist party

1980

He graduated from the ENA in 1980 and chose to enter the prestigious Cour des comptes

1977

He did his military service in the French Army in 1977

1975

Hollande studied at HEC Paris, graduated in 1975, and then attended the Institut d'études politiques de Paris and the École nationale d'administration (ENA)

1974

Five years after volunteering as a student to work for François Mitterrand's ultimately unsuccessful campaign in the 1974 presidential election, Hollande joined the Socialist Party

1972

He attended Saint-Jean-Baptiste-de-la-Salle boarding school, a private Catholic school in Rouen, the Lycée Pasteur, in Neuilly-sur-Seine, receiving his baccalaureut in 1972 then graduated with a bachelor's degree in Law from Panthéon-Assas University

1954

François Hollande was born on 12 August 1954 in Rouen

1927

His mother, Nicole Frédérique Marguerite Tribert (1927–2009), was a social worker, and his father, Georges Gustave Hollande (born 1923), is a retired ear, nose, and throat doctor who "ran for local election on a far right ticket in 1959

1569

The earliest known member of the Hollande family lived circa 1569 near Plouvain, working as a miller