May 28, 2022
The President of the French Republic (French: Président de la République française) is the highest elected executive branch of France. and served as head of state, commander-in-chief, constitutional endorser and co-ruler of Andorra. The presidency of France was established in 1848 (under the Second French Republic), which made France's presidency. It is one of the longest-standing regimes in Europe. until now There are a total of 25 people in this position, all of whom have resided in the Palais de Lelyse. constitution in that republic The powers and responsibilities of the President have been defined differently. Since 1959, France was in the fifth era of the French Republic in a semi-presidential regime. The current President of France is Emmanuel Macron, who took office on May 14, 2017.