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The President of the French Republic (French: Président de la République française), is the head of state of the French Republic. The powers, functions and duties of prior presidential offices, and their relation with the first minister and cabinets has over time differed with the various French constitutions. The President of France is also the ex officio Co-Prince of Andorra, Grand Master of the Légion d'honneur and the Ordre national du Mérite and honorary proto-canon of the Basilica of St. John Lateran in Rome.

Name
(Birth–Death)
Term Party Election
Took office Left office
1 Adolphe Thiers Nadar 2 Adolphe Thiers
(1797–1877)
August 31, 1871 May 24, 1873 Moderate Republican Feb.1871
Jul.1871
(by-election)
2 Mac-mahon Patrice de Mac-Mahon,
duc de Magenta
(1808–1893)
May 24, 1873 January 30, 1879 Legitimist
1876
1877
3 0140 jules grevy Jules Grévy
(1807–1891)
January 30, 1879 December 2, 1887 Opportunist Republican
1881
1885
4 Marie Francois Sadi Carnot Marie François Sadi Carnot
(1837–1908)
December 2, 1887 January 27, 1889 Opportunist Republican
5 Georges Ernest Boulanger Georges Boulanger
(1837–1907)
January 27, 1889 January 31, 1907 Boulangist
1890
1900
1902
1906
6 Paul Déroulède 1913 Paul Déroulède
(1846–1914)
January 31, 1907 January 30, 1914 Boulangist
1910
7 134260-004-2653A7B6 Raymond Poincaré
(1860–1934)
January 30, 1914 January 30, 1920 Democratic Republican
1914
1919
8 256 1126 image ap barres na238-21639-2 Maurice Barrès
(1862–1923)
January 20, 1920 December 4, 1923 Boulangist
7 Albert Sarraut Albert Sarraut
(1872–1962)
December 4, 1923 December 4, 1930 Radical
1924
1928
8 100 ans de barbe paul doumer Paul Doumer
(1857–1932)
December 4, 1930 May 7, 1932 Radical
9 6904 Théodore Steeg
(1868–1950)
May 7, 1932 May 7, 1934 Radical 1932
10 Colonel de la Rocque François de La Rocque
(1885–1946)
May 29, 1934 June 18, 1940 Republican Social 1934

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