General councils (France)

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The general councils (French: conseil général (sing.), conseils généraux (plur.)) of France are assemblies of the departments. They are elected by universal suffrage.

List of the presidents of the general councils[edit]

Number Départment (or collectivity) Président Party Since
01 Ain Rachel Mazuir Socialist Party 2008
02 Aisne Yves Daudigny Socialist Party 2001
03 Allier Jean-Paul Dufregne French Communist Party 2008
04 Alpes-de-Haute-Provence Jean-Louis Bianco Socialist Party 1998
05 Hautes-Alpes Jean-Yves Dusserre Union for a Popular Movement 2008
06 Alpes-Maritimes Éric Ciotti Union for a Popular Movement 2008
07 Ardèche Pascal Terrasse Socialist Party 2006
08 Ardennes Benoît Huré Union for a Popular Movement 2004
09 Ariège Augustin Bonrepaux Socialist Party 2001
10 Aube Philippe Adnot Liberal and Moderate Movement 1990
11 Aude Marcel Rainaud Socialist Party 1998
12 Aveyron Jean-Claude Luche Union for a Popular Movement 2008
13 Bouches-du-Rhône Jean-Noël Guérini Socialist Party 1998
14 Calvados Anne d'Ornano Miscellaneous Right 1991
15 Cantal Vincent Descœur Union for a Popular Movement 2001
16 Charente Michel Boutant Socialist Party 2004
17 Charente-Maritime Dominique Bussereau Union for a Popular Movement 2008
18 Cher Alain Rafesthain Socialist Party 2004
19 Corrèze François Hollande Socialist Party 2008
2A Corse-du-Sud Jean-Jacques Panunzi Union for a Popular Movement 2006
2B Haute-Corse Joseph Castelli Left Radical Party 2010
21 Côte-d'Or François Sauvadet New Centre 2008
22 Côtes-d'Armor Claudy Lebreton Socialist Party 1997
23 Creuse Jean-Jacques Lozach Socialist Party 2001
24 Dordogne Bernard Cazeau Socialist Party 1994
25 Doubs Claude Jeannerot Socialist Party 2004
26 Drôme Didier Guillaume Socialist Party 2004
27 Eure Jean-Louis Destans Socialist Party 2001
28 Eure-et-Loir Albéric de Montgolfier Union for a Popular Movement 2001
29 Finistère Pierre Maille Socialist Party 1998
30 Gard Damien Alary Socialist Party 2001
31 Haute-Garonne Pierre Izard Socialist Party 1988
32 Gers Philippe Martin Socialist Party 1998
33 Gironde Philippe Madrelle Socialist Party 1988
34 Hérault André Vezinhet Socialist Party 1998
35 Ille-et-Vilaine Jean-Louis Tourenne Socialist Party 2004
36 Indre Louis Pinton Union for a Popular Movement 1998
37 Indre-et-Loire Claude Roiron Socialist Party 2008
38 Isère Alain Cottalorda Socialist Party 2014
39 Jura Jean Raquin Miscellaneous Right 2008
40 Landes Henri Emmanuelli Socialist Party 1982
41 Loir-et-Cher Maurice Leroy New Centre 2004
42 Loire Bernard Bonne Union for a Popular Movement 2008
43 Haute-Loire Gérard Roche Union for a Popular Movement 2004
44 Loire-Atlantique Patrick Mareschal Socialist Party 2004
45 Loiret Éric Doligé Union for a Popular Movement 1994
46 Lot Gérard Miquel Socialist Party 2004
47 Lot-et-Garonne Pierre Camani Socialist Party 2008
48 Lozère Jean-Paul Pourquier Union for a Popular Movement 2004
49 Maine-et-Loire Christophe Béchu Union for a Popular Movement 2004
50 Manche Jean-François Le Grand Union for a Popular Movement 1998
51 Marne René-Paul Savary Union for a Popular Movement 2003
52 Haute-Marne Bruno Sido Union for a Popular Movement 1998
53 Mayenne Jean Arthuis Miscellaneous Centre 1992
54 Meurthe-et-Moselle Michel Dinet Socialist Party 1998
55 Meuse Christian Namy Miscellaneous Right 2004
56 Morbihan Joseph-François Kerguéris Democratic Movement 2004
57 Moselle Philippe Leroy Union for a Popular Movement 1992
58 Nièvre Marcel Charmant Socialist Party 2001
59 Nord Patrick Kanner Socialist Party 1998
60 Oise Yves Rome Socialist Party 2004
61 Orne Alain Lambert Union for a Popular Movement 2007
62 Pas-de-Calais Dominique Dupilet Socialist Party 2004
63 Puy-de-Dôme Jean-Yves Gouttebel Socialist Party 2004
64 Pyrénées-Atlantiques Jean Castaings Union for a Popular Movement 2008
65 Hautes-Pyrénées Josette Durrieu Socialist Party 2008
66 Pyrénées-Orientales Christian Bourquin Socialist Party 1998
67 Bas-Rhin Guy-Dominique Kennel Union for a Popular Movement 2008
68 Haut-Rhin Charles Buttner Union for a Popular Movement 2004
69 Rhône Michel Mercier Miscellaneous Centre 1990
70 Haute-Saône Yves Krattinger Socialist Party 2002
71 Saône-et-Loire Arnaud Montebourg Socialist Party 2008
72 Sarthe Roland du Luart Union for a Popular Movement 1998
73 Savoie Hervé Gaymard Union for a Popular Movement 2008
74 Haute-Savoie Christian Monteil Miscellaneous Right 2008
75 Paris Bertrand Delanoë Socialist Party 2001
76 Seine-Maritime Didier Marie Socialist Party 2004
77 Seine-et-Marne Vincent Eblé Socialist Party 2004
78 Yvelines Pierre Bédier Union for a Popular Movement 2005
79 Deux-Sèvres Éric Gautier Socialist Party 2008
80 Somme Christian Manable Socialist Party 2008
81 Tarn Thierry Carcenac Socialist Party 1991
82 Tarn-et-Garonne Jean-Michel Baylet Left Radical Party 1986
83 Var Horace Lanfranchi Union for a Popular Movement 2002
84 Vaucluse Claude Haut Socialist Party 2001
85 Vendée Philippe de Villiers Movement for France 1988
86 Vienne Claude Bertaud Union for a Popular Movement 2008
87 Haute-Vienne Marie-Françoise Pérol-Dumont Socialist Party 2004
88 Vosges Christian Poncelet Union for a Popular Movement 1976
89 Yonne Jean-Marie Rolland Union for a Popular Movement 2008
90 Territoire de Belfort Yves Ackermann Socialist Party 2004
91 Essonne Michel Berson Socialist Party 1998
92 Hauts-de-Seine Patrick Devedjian Union for a Popular Movement 2007
93 Seine-Saint-Denis Claude Bartolone Socialist Party 2008
94 Val-de-Marne Christian Favier French Communist Party 2001
95 Val-d’Oise Arnaud Bazin Union for a Popular Movement 2011
971 Guadeloupe Jacques Gillot United Guadeloupe, Socialism and Realities 2001
972 Martinique Claude Lise Martinican Democratic Rally 1992
973 Guyane Alain Tien-Liong Miscellaneous Left 2008
974 Réunion Nassimah Dindar Union for a Popular Movement 2004
975 Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon (overseas collect.) Stéphane Artano Archipelago Tomorrow 2006
976 Mayotte Ahmed Attoumani Douchina Union for a Popular Movement 2008

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