President of the Regional Council (France)

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Political affiliation of officeholders:
  Regionalist parties

The President of the Regional Council (French: Président du conseil régional) is the elected official who heads the regional council of a region of France, a state-level territory.


Region President Affiliation In office since
Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Laurent Wauquiez BBB 2702 (31899199258) (cropped).jpg The Republicans 4 January 2016
Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Marie-Guite Dufay M-G Dufay.png Socialist Party 4 January 2016
Brittany Loïg Chesnais-Girard Loig chesnais-girard oct 2013 (cropped).jpg Socialist Party 22 June 2017
Centre-Val de Loire François Bonneau François Bonneau Orléans 7 septembre 2010.jpg Socialist Party 7 September 2007
Corsica Jean-Guy Talamoni Blank.png Corsica Libera 17 December 2015
Guadeloupe Ary Chalus DeputeXIVeLegVeRep-Ary Chalus2.jpg United Guadeloupe, Solidary and Responsible 18 December 2015
French Guiana Rodolphe Alexandre Blank.png Miscellaneous left 20 March 2010
Grand Est Jean Rottner Jean Rottner par Claude Truong-Ngoc avril 2015.jpg The Republicans 20 October 2017
Île-de-France Valérie Pécresse UMP regional elections Paris 2010-01-21 n11.jpg The Republicans 18 December 2015
Occitanie Carole Delga Carole DELGA SECACESS.jpg Socialist Party 4 January 2016
Martinique Claude Lise Blank.png Martinican Democratic Rally 18 December 2015
Mayotte Soibahadine Ibrahim Ramadani Blank.png The Republicans 2 April 2015
Hauts-de-France Xavier Bertrand Xavier Bertrand.jpg Miscellaneous right 4 January 2016
Normandy Hervé Morin Herve Morin (2010).jpg Union of Democrats and Independents 4 January 2016
Nouvelle-Aquitaine Alain Rousset Alain Rousset dans les Landes 2010.jpg Socialist Party 4 January 2016
Pays de la Loire Christelle Morançais Blank.png The Republicans 19 October 2017
Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur Renaud Muselier Renaud MUSELIER.jpg The Republicans 15 May 2017
Réunion Didier Robert Didier-Robert-1-2512.JPG Miscellaneous right 26 March 2010

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