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6 April 2017

2017 promises to be a fascinating year for France, as the country goes to the polls in the forthcoming presidential elections.

At the time of writing there were three front-runners, and as none are likely to secure an outright majority, a run-off between two candidates is now expected on 7 May.

Somewhat alarmingly, for the first time in 15 years the far-right National Front has a realistic chance of winning the race under Marine Le Pen, with centrist Emmanuel Macron...


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