Politics of Aquitaine
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The politics of Aquitaine, France takes place in a framework of a presidential representative democracy, whereby the President of Regional Council is the head of government, and of a pluriform multi-party system. Legislative power is vested in the regional council.
The executive of the region is led by the President of the regional council.
- Alain Rousset (PS): President
- Jean-Louis Carrère (PS): 1st Vice President
- Françoise Cartron (PS): 2nd Vice President
- Georges Labazée (PS): 3rd Vice President
- Jean-Pierre Dufour (Green): 4th Vice President
- Michel Moyrand (PS): 5th Vice President
- Jean Guérard (PS): 6th Vice President
- Alain Anziani (PS): 7th Vice President
- François Deluga (PS): 8th Vice President
- Anne-Marie Cocula (DVG): 9th Vice President
- Rose-Marie Schmitt (Green): 10th Vice President
- Henri Houdebert (PS): 11th Vice President
- François Maïtia (PS): 12th Vice President
- Béatrice Gendreau (PS): 13th Vice President
- Jean Lissar (Green): 14th Vice President
- Stéphane Delpeyrat (PS): 15th Vice President
List of Presidents
|Presidents of Aquitaine|
The Regional Council of Aquitaine (Conseil régional d'Aquitaine) is composed of 85 councillors, elected by proportional representation in a two-round system. The winning list in the second round is automatically entitled to a quarter of the seats. The remainder of the seats are allocated through proportional representation with a 5% threshold.
The Council is elected for a six-year term.
|Union for a Popular Movement||12|
|Union for French Democracy||9|
|•||Left Radical Party||1|