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French President: No Run for Second Term

VOA News Thursday, 1 December 2016
French President Francois Hollande has announced he does not plan to run for a second term, which would make him the first French incumbent in years to step down without running for re-election. Hollande announced his intention Thursday in a televised address, saying he does not have sufficient support to win a second term. Hollande has the lowest approval ratings of any French president on record. His announcement caps off weeks of speculation about whether the socialist leader would...
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