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4 Reasons Why France's Presidential Election Is So Important

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Friday, 21 April 2017 ()

France’s presidential election race has been a volatile spectacle, as unexpected candidates have surged into the limelight while scandals involving some have made the outcome uncertain.

On Sunday, the country will finally hold its first of two rounds of voting. The two candidates with the highest percentage of the vote will...
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News video: France votes for first round of presidential elections

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Polls opened at 8 a.m. for France in the first round of the country's highly contested presidential election. Nearly 47 million voters are casting their ballots as the country remains in a state of emergency. Armed police and soldiers are guarding polling stations, following the attack by ISIS in...

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