Mitterrand


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Mitterrand

Fran?ois Maurice Marie . 1916--96, French statesman; first secretary of the socialist party (1971--95); president (1981--95)
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Mitterrand, who died in 1996, fathered Hravn when he was well into his 70s.
The prostate cancer that ultimately killed Mitterrand was diagnosed just months after he was elected president in 1981 but was only made public in 1992, well into his second term.
Friedman again: "Had the Mitterrand policies succeeded, even if for only a year or so, Thatcher's opposition in Britain would have been enormously strengthened.
On May 17, Thatcher raised the issue with Mitterrand at a meeting in Downing Street and won an assurance from the president that the missiles would be delayed for "as long as necessary".
If elected, Mr Hollande would be France's first left-wing president since Francois Mitterrand, who completed two seven-year terms between 1981 and 1995.
I am pleased to pay tribute to eminent persons -- French and Emiratis alike -- who served the advancement of the French language and arts, and those committed to creating bridges between cultures," Mitterrand said at the ceremony that took place on Sunday during his visit.
Unlike his predecessor, Valery Giscard d'Estaing, who did everything he could to speak out against reunification, Mitterrand accepted it and mentioned ir regularly, from the very early 1980s, at times when his German counterparts could barely conceive it.
Many Facebook members from the Iraqi Kurdistan Region changed their profile pictures to that of Danielle Mitterrand on Nov.
French Culture Minister Frederic Mitterrand cited not only Minnelli's extensive career on the stage, but her work in fighting Aids.
The statement was made by French Culture and Communication Minister, FrA'dA'ric Mitterrand, who was speaking, on Monday in Marrakech, at a conference on the mythical Jamaa El Fnaa square.
In a ceremony in a gilded hall in the ministry, Frederic Mitterrand pinned a red and gold medal onto the celebrated author's jacket as a scrum of photographers snapped away.