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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Jacques Foccart was French President Charles de Gaulle's and then Georges Pompidou's chief adviser for African policy, who founded in 1959 the Gaullist organization Service d'Action Civique with Charles Pasqua, which specialized in shady operations. From 1960 to 1974, he was the president's chief of staff for African and Malgache matters. Henceforth, he played a most important role in French policies in Africa, so much so that he has been said to have been, after de Gaulle, the most influential man of the Fifth Republic. He was considered to be the…mehr

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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Jacques Foccart was French President Charles de Gaulle's and then Georges Pompidou's chief adviser for African policy, who founded in 1959 the Gaullist organization Service d'Action Civique with Charles Pasqua, which specialized in shady operations. From 1960 to 1974, he was the president's chief of staff for African and Malgache matters. Henceforth, he played a most important role in French policies in Africa, so much so that he has been said to have been, after de Gaulle, the most influential man of the Fifth Republic. He was considered to be the instigator behind various coups d'état in Africa during the 1960s. He retained his functions during Georges Pompidou's presidency and was replaced by Valéry Giscard d'Estaing by a young deputy whom he had himself trained. He was then rehabilitated in 1986 by new Premier Chirac as an adviser on African affairs for the two years of "cohabitation" with socialist president François Mitterrand