• M. Epstein
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)


Since the overthrow of Napoleon III on September 4, 1870, France has been under a Republican form of government, confirmed on February 25, and July 16, 1875, by a constitutional law, which has been partially modified in June, 1879, August, 1884, June, 1885, and July, 1889. It vests the legislative power in the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, and the executive in the President of the Republic and the Ministry.


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France.: Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning France.: 1. Official Publication

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