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  Exit polls show Sarkozy 2nd in French vote  Socialist candidate Francois Hollande declared victory in the first round of presidential election, setting up a showdown with incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy Sarkozy announces re-election bid   Hollande elected to face Sarkozy  Francois Hollande has been elected the Socialist Party's candidate for the 2012 presidential vote when he is expected to challenge Sarkozy Sarkozy's party loses regional election Sarkozy party trails in French vote Socialists in run-off vote   Sarkozy's party suffers at polls  President's right-wing UMP party has suffered some serious setbacks in the second round of the French local elections Sarkozy braces for election bruising   French voters send warning to Sarkozy  The oters are favoring leftists in the first round of local elections that were seen as a test for his presidency and his reform agenda Sarkozy's allies won majority in elections  President's allies fell short of the predicted landslide after a row over a sales tax hike appeared to cost them votes French voters back Sarkozy mandate   Nicolas Sarkozy wins presidential election
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2017-04-23 Macron and Le Pen 'through to run-off' Paris
C. 2016-12-01 Francois Hollande decides not to run again Paris
D. 2016-11-26 France presidential race: Fillon and Juppe face off in poll Paris
4. 2015-12-05 France votes in first election since Paris attacks France
5. 2015-03-22 Sarkozy staves off surging National Front, exit polls suggest Paris
G. 2014-09-28 French far-right National Front wins first Senate seats Paris
7. 2014-03-30 'Big defeat' for French Socialists Paris
I. 2014-02-19 French police quiz tycoon Dassault Corbeil-Essonnes, Paris

  Francois Hollande decides not to run again  In a surprise move Francois Hollande has announced he will not seek a second term as president of France France presidential race: Fillon and Juppe face off in poll  Voters in France are choosing between Francois Fillon and Alain Juppe to be their centre-right presidential candidate in next year's electio...   France votes in first election since Paris attacks  France is set to vote in the first round of regional elections, the first electoral challenge since the Paris attacks Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders debate after Paris attacks. Iowa   Sarkozy staves off surging National Front, exit polls suggest  Ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy's conservative UMP and its allies led voting in the first round of French local elections, exit polls suggest French far-right National Front wins first Senate seats 'Big defeat' for French Socialists French police quiz tycoon Dassault Sarkozy placed under investigation French vote marred by fraud claim   Hollande's party wins majority  French President's Socialist Party has won enough seats in parliamentary elections to form an absolute majority, according to projections French Socialists 'set for win'  President Francois Hollande's Socialists and their allies are set for a majority following the first round of voting in French legislative e...   Sarkozy concedes to Hollande
Macron and Le Pen 'through to run-off'

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  The centrist Emmanuel Macron will face far-right leader Marine Le Pen in a run-off for the French presidency, multiple projections indicate
 A poll puts Mr Macron on 23.7% in first-round voting with Ms Le Pen on 21.7%. The two fought off a strong challenge from centre-right François Fillon and hard-left Jean-Luc Mélenchon

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  Francois Hollande defeated President Nicolas Sarkozy in a runoff, signaling a shift to the left as the country and Europe fight to dig out of a weak economy.    Hollande - who polled just under 52% of votes in Sund...


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  He won a clear victory over Segolene Royal, gaining 53% of the vote. President-elect has called for unity after a bitterly-contested campaign
 European leaders congratulated Sarkozy and hoped his triumph would help unblock reforms stalled by the rejection of the EU constitution. Bush telephoned and said he expected good relations with Sarkozy
May.4 Sarkozy 'dangerous,' warns Royal May.3 Rivals dispute TV honours   Both presidential candidates have claimed victory in at-times fiery debate ahead of second election round May.2 Sarkozy, Royal spar in TV debate   Socialist presidential candidate and her rightist rival exchanged verbal jabs during an ill-tempered televised debate Apr.22 Sarkozy, Royal in presidential runoff   Right-wing candidate earned 30.46 percent of the votes, while Socialist rival won 24.41 percent. They will face a run-off on May 6 Jan.14 Sarkozy nod for presidential run

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Nov.16 Socialists vote for Royal

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May.29 French voters reject EU charter
  By 56% voters have overwhelmingly rejected the European Union's proposed constitution in a key referendum

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Jun.9 Centre-right 'heading for victory'
May.5   Chirac wins elections by a landslide  Voters surged to the polls to keep out far-right leader Jean-Marie Le Pen. The incumbent has won about 80% of the vote Apr.21   Shock success for Le Pen
  Early results suggest Jean Marie Le Pen is through to the second round to face the incumbent President Chirac on 5 May

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Mar.18 Socialists claim victory in Paris  Early results showed Delanoe had taken Paris, a bastion of the right. The left also took Lyon Dec. 21, 1958 Charles De Gaulle elected President of Fifth French Republic
  De Gaulle oversaw tough economic measures to revitalise the country and rebuffed both the United States and the Soviet Union
Dec. 11, 1848 Louis Napoleon elected President of Second Republic of France
  Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte was the first President of the French Second Republic and, as Napoleon III, the Emperor of the Second French Empire

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