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Who are the deputies of the Fifth Republic? Some figures

Abstract : This research note describes the population of the French members of the Assemblée Nationale (deputies) from the beginning of the Fifth Republic. Through a statistical analysis of the makeup of 13 legislatures (from 1958 to 2007), it, on the one hand, provides a portrait of the deputies, and, on the other hand, describes the evolution over time of the deputies. At first glance, it appears that the presence of women in the Assemblée Nationale is quite recent and, second, that the generational effects are more or less linked to political alternations. Third, despite the progressive disappearance of certain professions, the socio professional structure is particularly stable, and, fourth, the renewal of deputies is very circumstantial. Finally, they rarely abandon office during their term in legislature.
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Abel François, Emiliano Grossman. Who are the deputies of the Fifth Republic? Some figures. French Politics, Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, 9 (4), pp.364 - 380. ⟨hal-02186608⟩

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