Francois Hollande Monthly Income – Net Worth – Total Earnings

François Gérard Georges Nicolas Hollande (born 12 August 1954) is a French politician who is the current President of France and Co-Prince of Andorra. He was previously the First Secretary of the French Socialist Party from 1997 to 2008, and a Deputy of the National Assembly of France for Corrèze’s 1st Constituency from 1988 to 1993 and again from 1997 to 2012. He also served as the Mayor of Tulle from 2001 to 2008 and the President of the General Council of Corrèze from 2008 to 2012. He was elected President of France on 6 May 2012, defeating incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy, and was sworn in on 15 May.[1] He is the second Socialist Party president of the French Fifth Republic, after François Mitterrand.French politician who is the President of France. He also served as the First Secretary of the French Socialist Party from 1997 to 2008 and as a Deputy of the National Assembly of France for Corrèze’s 1st Constituency since 1997, and previously represented that seat from 1988 to 1993. He was the Mayor of Tulle from 2001 to 2008, and was the President of the Corrèze General Council from 2008 to 2012. He was elected as President of France on 6 May 2012, defeating the incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy.

French President-elect Francois Hollande, who portrayed himself as a “normal man” during the election campaign, owns properties worth 1.17 million euros ($1.51 million), according to a government publication.Hollande has a 130-square-meter house in Mougins, a town in southern France, which is worth 800,000 euros, according to the document, published yesterday by the Journal Officiel de la Republique Francaise and available online. He also partially owns two apartments in Cannes, on the French Riviera, shows the document, based on declarations Hollande made on March 15.The President-elect declared 8,260 euros on three different bank accounts, two of them with Societe Generale SA (GLE), the country’s second-biggest bank, and one with La Banque Postale. The Socialist also declared owning furniture worth 15,000 euros. He has five loans, three of them with banks, and must repay more than 255,000 euros to his creditors, according to the document. The President-elect declared owning no stocks and no works of art or jewels, the document shows.Hollande beat President Nicolas Sarkozy in the second round of elections that took place May 6. The Socialist candidate sought to portray himself as the anti-Sarkozy leader, calling himself “normal” in contrast with the incumbent, portrayed in the media as “President bling-bling.”

NO CAR, no stocks, no shares, no valuables – just a house and two flats on the Riviera make up the sum total of president-elect François Hollande’s estate as he prepares to take over at the Elysée. Each presidential candidate has to provide a list of their patrimoine but only the new president has it published. This “déclaration de situation patrimoniale” is published today in the Journal Officiel after the official election results were declared yesterday. Hollande, who promised complete transparency over his finances when he entered the presidential race, has estate worth around €1.17 million; almost entirely made up of the value of the three properties he owns.
He has a house in Mougins (Alpes-Maritimes) worth €800,000 which he has owned since 1986 and two flats in nearby Cannes of €230,000 and €140,000. While he has three current bank accounts, none is outside France. They contain under €8,000 between them and he also holds an assurance vie of a value of €3,550. His bank accounts are at the Banque Postale and Société Générale. He has no stocks or shares. Hollande has no art or jewellery collection, no car and declares only “various items of furniture” valued at €15,000. Nicolas Sarkozy, the president sortant declared his outgoing estate at around €2.7m, mostly made up of contracts. He declared valuables worth €100,000, made up of an autograph collection, watches and sculptures. His declaration at the start of his presidency, in 2007, was around €2.1m.
Francois Hollande Monthly Income - Net Worth - Total Earnings
Francois Hollande Monthly Income – Net Worth – Total Earnings
President of France
Incumbent
Assumed office
15 May 2012
Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault
Preceded by Nicolas Sarkozy
Co-Prince of Andorra.
Incumbent
Assumed office
15 May 2012
Serving with Joan Enric Vives Sicília
Prime Minister Antoni Martí
Representative Sylvie Hubac
Preceded by Nicolas Sarkozy
President of the General Council of Corrèze
In office
20 March 2008 – 15 May 2012
Preceded by Jean-Pierre Dupont
Succeeded by Gérard Bonnet
First Secretary of the Socialist Party
In office
27 November 1997 – 27 November 2008
Preceded by Lionel Jospin
Succeeded by Martine Aubry
Mayor of Tulle
In office
17 March 2001 – 17 March 2008
Preceded by Raymond-Max Aubert
Succeeded by Bernard Combes
Deputy of the National Assembly
for Corrèze’s 1st Constituency
In office
12 June 1997 – 15 May 2012
Preceded by Raymond-Max Aubert
Succeeded by Sophie Dessus
In office
12 June 1988 – 17 May 1993
Preceded by proportional representation
Succeeded by Raymond-Max Aubert
Personal details
Born François Gérard Georges Nicolas Hollande
12 August 1954 (age 59)
Rouen, France
Political party Socialist Party
Domestic partner Valérie Trierweiler
(2007–present)
Ségolène Royal (1978–2007)
Children Thomas
Clémence
Julien
Flora
Alma mater HEC Paris
Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris
École nationale d’administration
Religion  (Agnosticism)
prev. Roman Catholicism

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