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Elisabeth Borne, appointed head of government on May 16.
Elisabeth Borne, appointed head of government on May 16.
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By Jean-Francois Kahn

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De Gaulle – Think, resist, govern

His name has become synonymous with a free and powerful France. De Gaulle, the man of the appeal of June 18, has established himself in history first as a rebel, a resistance fighter and then as a charismatic political leader, in France and abroad. Adored, hated during his presidency, he became after his death a myth, an ideal politician that on the right and on the left we begin to regret.









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