Le Pen & Francois Hollande

The Thinker (Le Penseur in French) is a bronze and marble sculpture by Auguste Rodin, whose first cast, of 1902, is now in the Musée Rodin in Paris; there are some 20 other original castings, as well as various other versions, studies, and posthumous castings. François Gérard Georges Hollande (born 12 August 1954) is a French politician who was the First Secretary of the French Socialist Party from 1997 to 2008. He has also been a Deputy of the National Assembly of France for Corrèze's 1st Constituency since 1997, and previously represented that seat from 1988 to 1993. He was the Mayor of Tulle from 2001 to 2008, and has been the President of the General Council of Corrèze since 2008. 3.0/5

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‘Front National is NOT finished’ Experts warn France has NOT seen the back of Le Pen
Le Pen blames Radical Islam... Francois Hollande tries to protect Islam from imaginary backlash. .
Francois Hollande and Le Pen in France's National Front sees town halls in its grasp
Marine Le Pen got about 4,5 million votes in France; French people must be desperate and dissatisfied if a far right party could be so unusually successful. This is the result of the failed policy of right-wing Sarkozy. People say France is doing reasonably well these days - they forget that it is because they have ANOTHER President, left-wing Francois Hollande. HE is the one doing well and NOT Le Pen. That woman (almost as bad as a European Ann Coulter) would be a disaster.
France election - Marine Le Pen refuses to endorse Nicolas Sarkozy or Francois Hollande - Europe,...
Eagerly waiting for the French presidential poll and the result of the same. The poll may impact on the coming European politics, may give an indication where the Europe is drifting. Hope of Sarkozy will depend upon how much first phase votes of far rightist Marine Le Pen, he is able to divert for himself. If mass of such voters prefer to abstain, then to vote for Sarkozy, which is very likely, will change the scenario in favour of Francois Hollande. But battle is too close --- neck to neck—Moderate RIGHT Vs Moderate LEFT , very interesting.
French presidential candidates Francois Hollande and Nicholas Sarkozy prepare for their last day of campaigning before Sunday's run-off election.
Is Sarkosy out? "SARKOZY STILL TRAILS HOLLANDE: Sarko’s still got his work cut out for him with the clock running out on the French incumbent. Polls heading into the final day of campaigning Friday showed that challenger Francois Hollande had a healthy 6 point lead on Nicolas Sarkozy. If the polls are accurate, Sarkozy may be the first French president to fail to win a second term since 1981. Right-wing politician Marine Le Pen, whose supporters Sarkozy hoped to attract as the final election drew closer, has said that she will support neither Sarkozy nor Hollande and told reporters Thursday that the incumbent was “beaten a long time ago.” -- LBN E-Lert
The French election is heading to a run-off between Nicolas Sarkozy and Francois Hollande. But the real winner was far-rightist Marine Le Pen, who grabbed 18% of the vote.
Nicolas Sarkozy and Francois Hollande are trying to seduce nearly a fifth of…
Marine Le Pen secured the highest score for the far-Right in French presidential election history on Sunday, in a third-place finish that will present a major challenge to the two mainstream candidates Nicolas Sarkozy and Francois Hollande, left in the race.
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