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Les femmes et le pouvoir exécutif en France : de l’exclusion… à l’adoubement présidentiel

Abstract : For the past 30 years, there have been far more French women in government than in parliament. This paradox can be explained by the specific nature of institutions in the Fifth Republic. After a reminder of the main stages in the development of this situation, the article points out key variables for the empowerment of women within the executive. It also concentrates on the main recruitment channels for female Ministers and the political resources they can rely on. Even within a presidential regime, the legitimacy of French women in politics can only be established through parity in numbers with male members of parliament.
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Mariette Sineau. Les femmes et le pouvoir exécutif en France : de l’exclusion… à l’adoubement présidentiel. Recherches féministes [revue interdisciplinaire francophone d'études féministes], Québec : GREMF, 2010, 23 (1), pp.81 - 97. ⟨hal-03415586⟩

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