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What does France call its government leader?


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Answered 2011-01-12 18:10:33

The President.

France also has a Prime Minister, a member of the National Assembly who is in charge of the Cabinet. The President tends to deal with foreign relations while the Prime Minister tends to deal with the domestic agenda.

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