1984 in France
- February 21st: burden with the road carriers.
- March 4th: demonstration of more than 500 000 people with Versailles for the defense of private education.
- March 8th: international Day of the Women.
- March 16th: the government makes known its reform projects of private education.
- April 13rd: demonstration with Paris of the Lorraine steelmakers, especially .
- April 27th: Inauguration of new the Bridge of arts in Paris by Jacques Chirac.
- May 24th: the National Assembly adopts the reform Savary on private education.
- June 17th: the European elections mark the opening of the National front (10 elected officials), and the historical retreat of the PCF (11,2%).
- June 24th: enormous demonstration (1 million participants) in Paris against the reform of private education. The government withdraws its project on private education.
- June 28th: setting in bankruptcy proceedings of the industry group Creusot-Loire.
- June 30th: the Left the new forces autodissout, the majority of its persons in charge joined the National front.
- July 17th: resignation of Alain Savary, Minister for state education, then of all the government Mauroy.
- July 17th: law on the residence permit 10 years for the foreigners.
- July 18th: the government of the Prime Minister Laurent Fabius does not comprise communist ministers.
- September 6th: PCF leaves the majority.
- October 16th: beginning of the business of “small Grégory”, assassination of child not elucidated who unchains passions and shows the deficiencies of Justice and excesses of the press.
- November 4th: birth of Canal+ and 1st Signal 50.
- November 16th: the number of unemployed exceeds 2,5 million.
- December 20th: the communist deputies vote against the budget.
- Jacques Chirac is re-elected president of the RPR.
- the Minister for Finance Pierre Bérégovoy (1984 - 1986 and 1988 - 1992) follows a policy of “competitive reduction of inflation”.
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