Emmanuel Macron (born December 21, 1977) is the 25th President of France.
After graduating from the Paris Political University and the National School of Public Administration, he worked as a civil servant in the Ministry of Economic Affairs of the French government. After that, he served as the Minister of Economy, Industry and Digital Affairs, where he pursued the center-right policies of the Socialist Party government.
In 2016 he founded Party Forward! and became party leader, and was the first party candidate to run for president in France in 2017. On May 7, 2017, he was elected president by defeating candidate Marine Le Pen of the National Front in the 25th presidential election, becoming France's first youngest, fringe party president. His main policy is to seek a compromise between the welfare state and economic reform. On April 24, 2022, he was elected in the 26th presidential election, becoming the first successful president in 20 years.
He was born on December 21, 1977 in Amiens, Somme, France, the son of a couple of doctors. At the age of 12, he was baptized in the Roman Catholic Church as he wished, and attended La Providence High School, a private Jesuit-run school. He met and married Brigitte Macron, 24 years her senior, who was then a teacher at this school.
The Macron family's legacy comes from the village of Haute de France, France. One of his great-grandfathers, George William Robertson, was born in Bristol, England. His maternal grandfathers Jean and Jermaine Nogues were from the Pyrenees village of Bagnéres-de-Bigorre, Gascony. He often visited Vaner de Vigor to visit her grandmother Jermain, who he called "Manet". Macron's enjoyment of reading and his left-leaning political leanings led him to become a teacher after having a stationmaster father and a housekeeper, and principal in 2013. Macron was educated primarily at a Jesuit academy in Amiens, after which his parents raised him. Spent his final year at the elite Lycee Henri-IV in Paris, where he completed his high school and undergraduate studies with "Bac S, Mention Treesbien". At the same time, he was nominated for the French Literature Competition (the best national high school competition) and studied piano at the Conservatoire Amiens, where he received a diploma. His parents sent him to Paris out of uneasiness over his bond with Brigitte Auziere, a married teacher with three children from the Jésuites de la Providence, where he later became his wife. Macron also twice held the 'Ecole Normal Superior' in Paris. ' Failed to enter. Instead, he studied philosophy at the Paris-Austnantre La Defense University, where he earned his DEA degree. Macron worked around 1999 as an editorial assistant to the French Protestant philosopher Paul Ricour, who was writing his last major works at the time, La Memmoire, L'History, and L'Oubli. Macron studied mainly notes and bibliography. Macron became the editor of the literary magazine ESPRIT. Macron did not do national service while attending graduate school. Born in December 1977, he was in his last year of compulsory service. Before graduating in 2004, Macron served as a senior civil servant training at the National Administrative Agency (ENA), training at the Nigerian embassy and public guidance at the office in Oise. He majored in economics and earned a master's degree in public affairs from Science Four.
Public Service Experience
After graduating from the Paris Political University and the National School of Public Administration (ENA), he briefly worked as a civil servant in the Ministry of Economic Affairs. He later joined the Rothschilds