Iacobus Chirac

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Nativitas: 29 Novembris 1932; Lutetia
Obitus: 26 Septembris 2019; Lutetia
Patria: Francia
Nomen nativum: Jacques René Chirac

Officium

Officium: president of the French Republic, Prime Minister of France, Prime Minister of France, member of the French National Assembly, president of the general council, Coprinceps Andorrae, Mayor of Paris, member of the French National Assembly, member of the French National Assembly, member of the French National Assembly, member of the French National Assembly, member of the French National Assembly, member of the French National Assembly, member of the French National Assembly, member of the French National Assembly, Minister of the Interior, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, chairperson, Q51190349, legatus ad Parlamentum Europaeum, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Q59947266
Munus: Officialis, statesperson, politicus

Consociatio

Factio: Union for a Popular Movement, Rally for the Republic, Union of Democrats for the Republic, Union for the New Republic, The Republicans
Religio: Catholicismus

Familia

Genitores: Abel Franciscus Marius Chirac; Maria Ludovica Valette
Coniunx: Bernadetta Chirac
Proles: Claude Chirac, Laurentia Chirac

Memoria

Laurae: Grand Cross of the Legion of Honour, Grand Cross of the National Order of Merit, Ig Nobel Prize, Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath, Collar of the Order of Isabella the Catholic‎, Order of the White Eagle, Collar of the Order of the White Lion, Medal "In Commemoration of the 300th Anniversary of Saint Petersburg", Order "For Merit to the Fatherland" I class, Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St. Olav‎, Order of the Three Stars, 1st Class, Collar of the Order of Charles III, Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland, Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres, Grand Cross of the Order of Vytautas the Great, Grand Cross of the Order of Grand Duke Gediminas, Officer of the National Order of Quebec, Grand Cross of Royal Norwegian Order of Merit, Collar of the Order of the Star of Romania, Grand Collar of the Order of Prince Henry, Order of the Republic, Knight of the Order of Agricultural Merit, Grand Master of the Legion of Honour, Heydar Aliyev Order, Knight Grand Cross with Collar of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, doctor honoris causa of Keiō University, Grand Star of the Decoration for Services to the Republic of Austria, Knight of the Order of the Black Star, honorary doctor of the China Foreign Affairs University, honorary doctor of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations, honorary citizen of Sarajevo, Honorary member of the Athens Academy
Sepultura: Montparnasse Cemetery

Iacobus Chirac, vulgo plene Jacques René Chirac (natus Lutetiae die 29 Novembris 1932; ibidem mortuus die 26 Septembris 2019[1]) fuit praeses Franciae et coprinceps Andorrae a die 18 Maii 1995 usque ad diem 16 Maii 2007.

Antonius Blair (ad sinistram) et Iacobus Chirac Petropoli anno 2003 congressi

Alumnus est lyceorum Carnot et Ludovici Magni, mox Instituti Scientiarum Politicarum Parisiensis et Scholae Nationalis Administrationis eiusdem urbis. A die 20 Martii 1977 usque ad diem 18 Maii 1995 Chirac magister civium Lutetiae fuit.

Chirac Franciae praeses die 18 Maii 1995 electus est, atque iterum anno 2002.

Chirac Praeses[recensere | fontem recensere]

1995-2002[recensere | fontem recensere]

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2002-2007[recensere | fontem recensere]

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Stephen Jessel, "Jacques Chirac obituary" in The Guardian (26 Septembris 2019)
  • John T. S. Keeler, Martin A. Schain. edd., Chirac's Challenge: liberalization, Europeanization and malaise in France. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1996. ISBN 0-333-68027-8
  • Philippe Madelin, Jacques Chirac : une biographie. Lutetiae: Flammarion, 2002

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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  • "Jacques Chirac": vita apud CIDOB: Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (Hispanice)
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Ministri rerum internarum Francici 1959–
Praesides Conventionis pro re publica et Unionis pro motu populari
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Iacobus Chirac 1976 • Alanus Juppé 1994 • Philippus Séguin 1997 • Nicolaus Sarkozy 1999 • Michaela Alliot-Marie 1999 • Sergius Lepeltier 2002 • Alanus Juppé 2002 • Nicolaus Sarkozy 2004 • vacat 2007 • Ioannes Franciscus Copé 2012• vacat 2014 • Nicolaus Sarkozy 2014