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Les femmes et le pouvoir exécutif depuis 1981 : la France au regard du monde

Abstract : Since 1981, due to the left-wing politics, the place of women in governments has increased, each time the leftist political parties had won the elections. The right-wing parties did not follow this trend, so France is to day in the « third group » (the countries with about 20 % women ministers), very far from Spain (47 %) or Chile (50 %). But, even when they are in countries who try to promote women, these one very rarely obtain the ministry of Interior, of Economy, or of Foreign Affairs. A movement is happening now with the election as president of the Republic or the nomination as head of Government: 12 women in the world are occupying these posts. In France, in 2007, the presidential election could add one woman more on this list.
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Janine Mossuz-Lavau. Les femmes et le pouvoir exécutif depuis 1981 : la France au regard du monde. Histoire@Politique : revue du Centre d'histoire de Sciences Po, Centre d'histoire de Sciences Po, 2007, pp.2 - 21. ⟨hal-03459601⟩



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