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Socialist Group (French Senate)

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The Socialist Group (French: Groupe socialiste, SOC) is a social-democratic parliamentary group representing the Socialist tradition in the French Senate.

History of the group under the Fifth Republic

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Years Workforce +/−  % Rank Presidents of the group Group status
2011 131 [1] 11px10 38 % 2nd François Rebsamen
(2011-present)
Majority Group
141 11px25 41 % 1st
2008 116 11px19 34 % 2nd Jean-Pierre Bel
(2004-2011)
Opposition Group
2004 97 11px14 29 % 2nd
2001 83 11px5 26 % 2nd Claude Estier
(1988-2004)
1998 78 11px3 24 % 2nd
1995 75 11px5 23 % 2nd
1992 70 11px4 22 % 2nd
1989 66 11px2 21 % 3rd
1986 64 11px6 20 % 3rd André Méric
(1980-1988)
1983 70 11px1 22 % 2nd
1980 69 11px7 23 % 1st
1977 62 11px11 21 % 1st Marcel Champeix
(1974-1980)
1974 51 11px2 18 % 3rd
1971 49 11px3 17 % 2nd Antoine Courrière
(1959-1974)
1968 52 11px0 18 % 2nd
1965 52 11px0 19 % 2nd
1962 52 11px9 23 % 2nd
1959 61 20 % 3rd
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References

  1. ^ The 10 senators Europe Ecology - The Greens left the group.

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