Fal'ero Arman (Fallires Armand)( Prime Minister and the President of France.)
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Biography Fal'ero Arman (Fallires Armand)
Born November 6, 1841 in Maisin (department of Lot-et-Garonne). He studied law and was legally practice in Nerake. In 1876-1880 - deputy of the Law and Garonne, in 1890-1906 - Senator. He has held positions of Minister of Internal Affairs (1882-1883 and 1887), Prime Minister (1883), Minister of Education (1883-1885 and 1889-1890), Minister of Justice (1887-1888 and 1890-1892). Since 1899 - Chairman of the Senate. In 1906, with the support of the Left became president of the republic. Under him the country flared up controversy about the law on the separation of church and state, the foreign policy any friction between France and Germany, in particular on the question of Morocco. Faliero resigned in 1913. Died in Faliero Lupiyone near Mezena June 22, 1931.