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Aftermath of elections 1968

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Aftermath of June 1968 Elections 

 

After the parliamentary elections of June 1968 saw the very large victory of the Gaullists, the relationship between the two heads of power (De Gaulle and Pompidou) fell apart which led to the resignation of Pompidou and as a result, Maurice Couve de Murville took his position.

 

De Gaulle made a series of changes to the protesting groups. For example, an increase in wages and he passed an education bill to modernize higher education.

 

 

Photo taken by: Serge Hambourg

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