The former president of France, Jacques Chirac, has died, his family on Thursday announced. He is 86 years old.
The question was, from 1995 to 2007, the president of the country. Prior to that, he was mayor of Paris between 1977 and 1995) and twice prime minister (from 1974 to 1976 and from 1986 to 1988).
On march 11, 2007, decided that the Question is no longer eligible for re-election is to be set. This brought an end to his 45-year career in politics. Nicolas Sarkozy succeeded him as president.
The former head of state, received on december 15, 2011 for a conditional sentence of two years in prison because of the fraud which he committed during his time as mayor of the city of Paris, france. The question at that time was not present at the trial, it is loss and suffering.
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The cause of death is not yet announced
On Chiracs the cause of death is still not known. However, did it for years, rumours that he was in the Alzheimer’s disease would have to suffer. The rumours have been, he and his wife have always been dismissed as “lies”.
The former president was on november 29, 1932 and was born in Paris, france. Chiracs’s father was a banker and, later, director of the vliegtuigbedrijf Dassault. The question of married, in 1956, Bernadette Chodron de Courcel. Together they have two daughters: Laurence and Claude.
The Dutch prime minister, Mark Rutte, thank you jacques Chirac on Thursday for its efforts to, inter alia, the relationship between France and the Netherlands. “The question was a man of stature and grandeur,” he writes on Twitter.
President Chirac of france, in the picture
Jacques Chirac of france, was a man of stature and grandeur, ” who, in his long career, has meant a lot for France, and for the relationship to France, the Netherlands and in Europe. Un grand merci des Pays-Bas.
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