Nicolas Sarkozy: A Man of Words Birthday (January 28th)

Nicolas Sarkozy: A Man of Words Birthday (January 28th)

Nicolas Sarkozy, ex officio Co-Prince of Andorra and the President of France was born on 28th January, 1955 in Budapest in the 17th arrondissement of Paris. Nicolas unspecified office on 16th May, 2007 after crushing the Socialist Party nominee Ségolène Royal before ten days.

Earlier his presidency, Nicolas Sarkozy became the head of the Union for a Popular Movement (UMP) centre-right gathering. In Jacques Chirac's presidency, He provided as Minister of the Interior in Jean-Pierre Raffarin's (UMP) and primary two govt (from May 2002 to March 2004), then He was selected Minister of Finances in the last government of Raffarin (March 2004 May 2005), and another time Minister of the Interior in Dominique de Villepin's govt (2005-2007).

Nicolas Sarkozy was the president of the General council of the Hauts-de-Seine section from 2004 to 2007 and the mayor of Neuilly-sur-Seine, one of the wealthiest communes of France from 1983 to 2002. Nicolas was also a Minister of the Budget in Eduardo Balladur (RPR, precursor of the UMP)'s govt throughout the last term of François Mitterrand.

Nicolas Sarkozy is well known for his brawny posture on law and order subjects and his craving to invigorate the French economy. And in foreign affairs, He has assured closer collaboration with US and the escalation of entente cordiale. He is generally known with his pet name “Sarko” through both opponents and supporters.

Biography of Nicolas Sarkozy

Nicolas Sarkozy Family background

Nicolas Sarkozy’s father Pál Sárközy de Nagy- Bócsa is a Hungarian colonist, and a mother of Greek Jewish and French Catholic dive, Andrée Mallah. And his Greek-born grandfather, Benico Mallah (ex- Aaron Mallah), was a surgeon from Thessalonica. Benico went away for France to turn out to be a doctor. Benico was the organizer of the Rabbinical Academy of Thessalonica.

Nicolas Sarkozy belonged to the inferior dignity of Hungary. His father and grandfather detained voluntary offices in the village of Szolnok. Though Nicolas de Nagy-Bócsa’s family unit was Protestant. His mother and grandmother were from a Catholic titled family.

During Nicolas Sarkozy's early days, his father rejected his wife’s family to give any economic help, even although He had established his own promotion agency. And he had become affluent. And the family passed their lives in small house of Sarkozy's grandfather, Mallah, in 17th Arrondissement. Later the family shifted to Neuilly-sur-Seine, which is the wealthiest commune of the Île-de-France region instantly west of the 17th Arrondissement presently outer of Paris. He was lifted in the Catholic assurance of his family. Nicolas , like his family, is a professing Catholic and baptized.

Nicolas Sarkozy Education

Nicolas Sarkozy was admitted in the Lycée Chaptal, a state-funded (public) middle and high school in Paris's 8th arrondissement, where Nicolas botched his sixième. Then His family shifted him to Cours Saint-Louis de Monceau a classified Catholic academy in the 17th arrondissement. He was allegedly an average student, but where He acquired his baccalaureate in 1973. Nicolas admitted at the University Paris X Nanterre, where Nicolas got a Master Degree in Private law, later, He got a DEA degree in Industry law. Soon He attached with right-wing pupil organization where Nicolas was very energetic. After completing his graduation, Nicolas joined the Institute d'Études Politiques de Paris (1979-1981) but botched to graduate because of an inadequate command of the English speech. After completing the bas, He turned out to be a lawyer focusing in family law and business law.

Nicolas Sarkozy Career

Nicolas Sarkozy has been the Gaullist since youth. During Gaullist Party, Nicolas Sarkozy has always followed his political job. Even Nicolas Sarkozy was the young party confrontational when Nicolas Sarkozy was chosen town councilor in Neuilly, in 1977. After six years, He was selected for Mayor and reelected for this position for nineteen years. 

Nicolas Sarkozy entered the govt. for the initial time in 1993 as a Minister for the financial plan and orator of the Prime Minister, Eduardo Balladur. In two positions, Nicolas Sarkozy endeavored to explain that, with purpose, that which appeared out of reach, was in reality possible. Nicolas amplified police existence on the ways of France, for reducing crime. When UMP party activist selected him to the chief of the revelry in November 2004, Nicolas left the govt. then he came back in May 2005 at the request of the President Jacques Chirac, as the escritoire of State for the Regional and Interior Planning.

Nicolas Sarkozy Private Life

Nicolas Sarkozy wedded his former wife Marie-Dominique Culioli on 23 September 1982; they had two kids, Jean and Pierre. And they separated in 1996. 

As a mayor of the Neuilly-sur-Seine, Nicolas Sarkozy met public relations supervisory and ex-fashion model Cecilia Ciganer-Albéniz. Nicolas presided at her marriage to television anchor Jacques Martin. In 1988, she left her husband for Sarkozy, and divorced Martin one year later. And in 1988, Cecilia left him for Nicolas , and after one year she separated Martin. Then he wedded Cecilia in October 1996. They have one child.

Amid 2002 and 2005, they often emerged together on public occurrence. And on 25th May, 2005 the Swiss paper Le Matin exposed that Cecilia had left Nicolas for French-Moroccan state Richard Attias , the leader of Publics in New York. And finally Cecilia and Nicolas separated in 15th October of 2007.

The French broadcast publication L'Express published the snaps of Nicolas in Disneyland Paris with vocalist and previous-model Carla Bruni in December of 2007, flashing international awareness. Later they dotted spending Christmas vacations jointly in Egypt. And they wedded on 2nd February 2008 at Elysee Palace in Paris.