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Post Date: 23rd Feb, 2011 - 6:11am / Post ID: #

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FRANCE: French diplomacy's ghastly new year
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France has long prided itself in mastering the art of diplomacy better than anyone else. But that assumption has been rattled by a series of blunders on the international stage.
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Post Date: 22nd Apr, 2012 - 10:10pm / Post ID: #

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Exit polls from the French presidential elections show Socialist candidate Francois Hollande with 28.4% of the vote and President Nicolas Sarkozy with 25.5%, French officials announced Sunday.

A presidential candidate must receive more than 50% of the vote to win office. If no one claims a majority in the first round of voting, the top two vote-getters advance to a second round of voting. The runoff would take place May 6.

In addition to Sarkozy and Hollande, candidates include Jean-Luc Melenchon on the extreme left with 11.7%, Marine Le Pen on the extreme right with 20%, and centrist Francois Bayrou with 8.5%. Ref. CNN

Post Date: 6th May, 2012 - 7:04pm / Post ID: #

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French President Nicolas Sarkozy has conceded the presidential election to Socialist challenger Francois Hollande.

Hollande is set to become the nation's first left-wing president since Francois Mitterrand left office in 1995.

With the loss, Sarkozy will become the latest -- and most significant -- of at least half a dozen European leaders swept from office during the eurozone economic crisis, including the Greek and Italian prime ministers.

Concerns over the economy, unemployment and immigration have been at the forefront of the French election. France is a key player in plans to lead the eurozone out of its debt crisis, making the election vital to the region. Ref. CNN

Post Date: 19th Jun, 2012 - 7:59pm / Post ID: #

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Hollande Bolstered as Socialists Win French Parliament Control:

French President Francois Hollande's Socialist Party and its allies won an absolute majority in the National Assembly, exit polls showed, paving the way for them to pass legislation without the aid of other members of parliament. Ref. Source 2

Post Date: 25th Aug, 2014 - 10:20am / Post ID: #

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French Prime Minister Manuel Valls offered up his Socialist government's resignation Monday. President Francois Hollande accepted the resignation and ordered a new government to be formed by Tuesday. Ref. USAToday

Post Date: 26th Aug, 2014 - 1:50am / Post ID: #

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France Loses Its Youthful Minister Of Culture

Aurelie Filippetti departs along with other members of the cabinet in crisis provoked by government austerity
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Post Date: 31st Mar, 2015 - 4:01am / Post ID: #

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Hollande's Socialist Party suffers setback in French local elections:

French President Fran├žois Hollande's Socialist Party suffered an electoral setback Sunday, March 22, as the center-right alliance of former President Nicolas Sarkozy came out on top in the first round of local elections and the far-right National Front took about a quarter of the vote, the Wall Street Journal reports. Ref. Source 8

Post Date: 1st Apr, 2015 - 12:18pm / Post ID: #

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French local elections: Conservatives triumph over left:

France's opposition conservative UMP Party has made big gains in local elections, at the expense of the ruling Socialists. The UMP, led by ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy, boosted the number of councils it controls from 40 to 67 in the vote. Ref. Source 4

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