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French Presidential Election and Sortition (Research and Development Note. 8. 2017)

Lyn Carson
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Presidential campaign. Something rather unusual happened in France during the campaign for president in 2017. Although the world watched with interest as Emmanuel Macron and Martine Le Pen competed in the second round of presidential elections, some fascinating promises were made by candidates in the first round and were largely missed by observers. The presidential election in France precedes the general election for members of its parliament. France has two parliamentary chambers: the National Assembly and the Senate. The president appoints the prime minister to oversee the government. It is extremely unusual for aspiring world leaders, or even potential members of parliament, to advocate random selection. Yet, this happened in France in 2017. Some very unusual discourse occurred during the presidential campaign, prior to the first round. This R&D Note examines those unexpected campaign promises. (First paragraphs)
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hal-03773658 , version 1 (09-09-2022)

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Gil Delannoi, Lyn Carson. French Presidential Election and Sortition (Research and Development Note. 8. 2017). 2022. ⟨hal-03773658⟩
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