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Friday, September 15, 2006

France goes to polls; no candidate seems to have a clear majority

With the campaign for 2007 Presidential elections in France just a few weeks away, the media is full of stories about colourful lives of prominent candidates, even as present incumbent Jacques Chirac’s career has taken a downward turn. Segolene Royal (left ) is the front-runner among Presidential candidates in the Socialist Party. But hilariously, she is facing sniping from her own party colleagues – six of whom, including most amusingly her own husband, have already thrown their hat in the ring. Not to mention her bikini-clad pictures, which have been splashed all over the media, increasing her visibility for all the wrong reasons.

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IIPM Editorial, 2006, Arindam Chaudhuri's Initiative

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