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Cazeneuve, Bernard (1993). Première manche : chronique politique et littéraire. Cherbourg: Isoète. ISBN   978-2-905385-49-9. OCLC   30948346.
  • Cazeneuve, Bernard (1994). La Politique retrouvée. Cherbourg: Isoète. ISBN   978-2-905385-57-4. OCLC   32919541.
  • Cazeneuve, Bernard (2005). La responsabilité du fait des produits : en France et en Europe. Paris: Dunod. ISBN   978-2-10-048354-9. OCLC   420584348.
  • Cazeneuve, Bernard (2011). Karachi, l'enquête impossible. Paris: Calmann-Lévy. ISBN   978-2-7021-4219-6. OCLC   721821135.
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    Bernard Cazeneuve
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    Cazeneuve in 2018
    Prime Minister of France
    In office
    6 December 2016 15 May 2017
    Political offices
    Preceded by Minister delegate for European Affairs
    2012–2013
    Succeeded by
    Preceded by Minister delegate for the Budget
    2013–2014
    Succeeded by
    Preceded by Minister of the Interior
    2014–2016
    Succeeded by
    Prime Minister of France
    2016–2017
    Succeeded by
    Order of precedence
    Preceded byas Former Prime Minister Order of precedence of France
    Former Prime Minister
    Succeeded by
    Édouard Philippe
    as Former Prime Minister