Corse-du-Sud is a previous bureau of France comprising of the southern piece of the island of Corsica. It and the other Corsican division, Haute-Corse, chose to converge with one another and the single collectivity of Corsica compelling 1 January 2018, harmonizing with regional decisions The general population living in Corse-du-Sud are designated "Southerners". The division was shaped on 15 September 1975, when the single bureau of Corsica was separated into Haute-Corse and Corse-du-Sud.
Its limits compared to the previous division of Liamone, which existed from 1793 to 1811. On 6 February 1998, Corse-du-Sud's official Claude Erignac was killed in Ajaccio. The Corsican patriot Yvan Colonna was in the end sentenced for the wrongdoing. On 6 July 2003 a submission rejected expanded self-governance by a little dominant part, with 50.98 percent casting a ballot against and 49.02 percent for. This was a noteworthy mishap for the French Minister of the Interior, Nicolas Sarkozy, who had planned to utilize Corsica as the initial phase in his decentralization program.