|Born||June 7, 1920, La Hoguette, Calvados, France|
|Died||November 16, 1997, Paris, France|
|Preceded by||Waldeck Rochet|
|Succeeded by||Robert Hue|
This French politician was the General Secretary of the Communist Party of France from 1972 to 1994. In 1981, he ran for President of France, but only obtained little more than 15% of the vote.
He worked as a mechanic in the years leading up to World War II. He held an official post with the Metal Workers' Union of France's Seine department a few years later.
Démocratie (Democracy) and Les Communistes et les Paysans are two of his political works (The Communists and the Peasants).
He was raised in the Roman Catholic faith in the northern French commune of La Hoguette.
Novelist Albert Camus, the great philosopher and author, was a member of the French Communist Party, just like Marchais.
Candidates for President of France. Members of the General Confederation of Labour (France). Politicians from Normandy. French Communist Party politicians
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