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The President of the French Republic (French: Président de la République française) is the head of state and head of government of France. The office of President had been established in 1800 after the coup of the 20 Vendemiaire, that replaced the semi-autocratic French Directory.
The President of France is elected to serve four years in office, which can be renewd once. The system was based almost entirely on that of the American system, which was seen by many French citizens at the time to be the best way to ensure democracy in the recovering war-torn country.
This list is a work in progress and is subject to additions and changes.
|№||President||Term of office||Vice President|
|1|| Emmanuel Sieyès|
|December 16, 1800||December 14, 1808||Louis Desaix|
|2|| Louis Desaix|
|December 14, 1808||December 12, 1812||Charles Dumouriez|
|3|| Charles Dumouriez|
|December 12, 1812||December 8, 1820||TBA|
|4|| Charles Talleyrand|
|December 8, 1820||December 4, 1824||TBA|
|5|| Joseph Bonaparte|
|December 4, 1824||December 7, 1828||TBA|
|6|| Pierre François Tissot|
|December 7, 1828||December 2, 1836||TBA|
|7|| Jacques-Charles Dupont|
|December 2, 1836||December 14, 1844||TBA|