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June 20, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Michel Rocard resigned as head of the French Socialist Party and was replaced by former National Assembly President Henri Emmanuelli, who took over as provisional party chief. Rocard, the party's likely presidential candidate, resigned after a no-confidence vote by the party's national council. The move followed the Socialists' disastrous results in last weekend's European Parliament elections when they received only 14.4% of the vote, their worst score in decades.
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June 20, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Michel Rocard resigned as head of the French Socialist Party and was replaced by former National Assembly President Henri Emmanuelli, who took over as provisional party chief. Rocard, the party's likely presidential candidate, resigned after a no-confidence vote by the party's national council. The move followed the Socialists' disastrous results in last weekend's European Parliament elections when they received only 14.4% of the vote, their worst score in decades.
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January 31, 1995
Francois Mitterrand's Socialist Party, up against its poorest electoral prospects in 14 years, meets this weekend to choose a party leader and candidate for national elections this spring to replace the retiring president. The choice, expected Sunday, appears to be between Lionel Jaspin, former minister of education, and the party's current leader, Henri Emmanuelli.
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February 5, 1995 | Associated Press
Former Socialist leader Lionel Jospin won an upset victory to become the party's candidate to succeed French President Francois Mitterrand in spring elections. Results from the primary race announced Saturday gave Jospin 66% of votes cast by party members, compared to 34% for Henri Emmanuelli, the first party secretary. Jospin, a 57-year-old former education minister, had been favored in public opinion polls.
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June 3, 1997 | JOHN-THOR DAHLBURG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rimless spectacles, white curls, dull-hued suits, professorial air and talk of ethics in politics: In style as well as substance, Lionel Jospin, the new prime minister of France, is the very opposite of the monarchical Francois Mitterrand, his onetime Socialist mentor. "Between the principles of morality that I used to see written on the blackboard of my classroom, and the principles that must impose themselves on the state, there must be a close relationship," Jospin has said.
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June 17, 2006 | Sebastian Rotella and Peter Pae, Times Staff Writers
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