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2017 presidential - French President Francois Hollande to run for 2017 presidential election

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French President Francois Hollande to run for 2017 presidential election

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Paris, July 13: French President Francois Hollande would be "ready" to seek a second five-year term in 2017 despite poor approval ratings and rising public discontent, a leading French daily reported Saturday."The determination of Francois Hollande and the risk he takes to get the country out of the economic crisis, to restore public finances and social dialogue will bear fruit," the daily Le Monde quoted the country's Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian as saying, Xinhua reported.

France's Hollande to run for 2017 presidential election: newspaper

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PARIS, July 12 (Xinhua) -- French President Francois Hollande would be "ready" to seek a second five-year term in 2017 despite poor approval ratings and rising public discontent, the daily Le Monde quoted the country's Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian as saying on Saturday.

French President Francois Hollande to run for 2017 presidential election

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French President Francois Hollande to run for 2017 presidential election

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Paris, July 13: French President Francois Hollande would be "ready" to seek a second five-year term in 2017 despite poor approval ratings and rising public discontent, a leading French daily reported Saturday."The determination of Francois Hollande and the risk he takes to get the country out of the economic crisis, to restore public finances and social dialogue will bear fruit," the daily Le Monde quoted the country's Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian as saying, Xinhua reported.

France's Former President Sarkozy Taken Into Custody

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France's Former President Sarkozy Taken Into Custody

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Just two years after leaving the presidency, former French leader Nicolas Sarkozy turned himself in to police this morning as part of an inquiry into a cover-up of suspected illegal campaign fundraising. Sarkozy, 59, is reportedly France's first former president to be taken into formal custody.

Nicolas Sarkozy detained for questioning in corruption probe

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Nicolas Sarkozy detained for questioning in corruption probe

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Mr Sarkozy’s detention will likely damage his hopes of making a political comeback in time for the next presidential campaign in 2017. He is rumoured to be gearing up for a return to the front line of French politics in September. Since his defeat by the Socialist François Hollande in 2012 presidential elections he has been the subject of several judicial enquiries although he has not been convicted of anything. His supporters say the probes are politically motivated.

Could Far-Right Parties Ever Actually End Up Governing European Countries?

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Could Far-Right Parties Ever Actually End Up Governing European Countries?

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Nigel Farage, the leader of the UK Independence Party.Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images The success of far-right parties in the recent European parliamentary elections was treated as a “political earthquake.” But there’s a countervailing view, which I largely agree with, that it’s a mistake to read too much into EU voting.

Park Won-soon, Nam Kyung-pil rising as presidential contenders

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Park Won-soon, Nam Kyung-pil rising as presidential contenders

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The June 4 local elections have determined the fates of the rival parties' potential presidential hopefuls.High-profile politicians ran in the local elections in unprecedented numbers, thus providing everyone a glimpse into how the 2017 presidential campaign might pan out.

Just three percent of French want Hollande to run in 2017

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Just three percent of French want Hollande to run in 2017

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PARIS Thu May 29, 2014 7:26pm BST PARIS (Reuters) - Only 3 percent of French people want President Francois Hollande to be the Socialist Party's candidate in the 2017 presidential elections, according to an opinion poll published by Le Figaro Magazine on Thursday. Prime Minister Manuel Valls is their favourite to represent the left's main party in the elections.

France UMP Party leader steps down amid funding scandal

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France UMP Party leader steps down amid funding scandal

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Jean-Francois Cope, head of France's main opposition UMP party, agreed to step down amid allegations of party funding fraud, party officials said, triggering a race to secure the conservative party's ticket for the 2017 presidential election.