France prepares for presidential ballot

Author : baignet2000
Publish Date : 2021-04-04


France prepares for presidential ballot

France prepared Saturday to vote in presidential elections that see incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy pitted against challengers including Socialist candidate Francois Hollande.

Voting started Saturday in France's overseas territories, including Guadeloupe, French Guyana, Martinique and French Polynesia.

Voters in mainland France will go to the polls Sunday.



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Under French law, no political campaigning of any kind is allowed on the day before the election and no opinion polls can be published.

Ten candidates are on the ballot in the first round of voting.

As well as Sarkozy and Hollande, they include Jean-Luc Melenchon on the extreme left, Marine Le Pen on the extreme right, Francois Bayrou, a centrist, and Eva Joly, for the Greens.

If no candidate wins an absolute majority, a runoff election between the two with the most votes will take place on May 6.

The economy and jobs have been key election issues, as France struggles to overcome low growth and a 10% unemployment rate.

Voting started Saturday in France's overseas territories, including Guadeloupe, French Guyana, Martinique and French Polynesia. Ten candidates are on the ballot in the first round of voting. As well as Sarkozy and Hollande, they include Jean-Luc Melenchon on the extreme left, Marine Le Pen on the extreme right, Francois Bayrou, a centrist, and Eva Joly, for the Greens. Voting started Saturday in France's overseas territories, including Guadeloupe, French Guyana, Martinique and French Polynesia. Under French law, no political campaigning of any kind is allowed on the day before the election and no opinion polls can be published. Ten candidates are on the ballot in the first round of voting. Ten candidates are on the ballot in the first round of voting. Ten candidates are on the ballot in the first round of voting. Ten candidates are on the ballot in the first round of voting. Voters in mainland France will go to the polls Sunday. As well as Sarkozy and Hollande, they include Jean-Luc Melenchon on the extreme left, Marine Le Pen on the extreme right, Francois Bayrou, a centrist, and Eva Joly, for the Greens. Voting started Saturday in France's overseas territories, including Guadeloupe, French Guyana, Martinique and French Polynesia. France prepared Saturday to vote in presidential elections that see incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy pitted against challengers including Socialist candidate Francois Hollande. Voting started Saturday in France's overseas territories, including Guadeloupe, French Guyana, Martinique and French Polynesia. France prepared Saturday to vote in presidential elections that see incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy pitted against challengers including Socialist candidate Francois Hollande. Voters in mainland France will go to the polls Sunday. Ten candidates are on the ballot in the first round of voting. France prepared Saturday to vote in presidential elections that see incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy pitted against challengers including Socialist candidate Francois Hollande. As well as Sarkozy and Hollande, they include Jean-Luc Melenchon on the extreme left, Marine Le Pen on the extreme right, Francois Bayrou, a centrist, and Eva Joly, for the Greens. Under French law, no political campaigning of any kind is allowed on the day before the election and no opinion polls can be published. As well as Sarkozy and Hollande, they include Jean-Luc Melenchon on the extreme left, Marine Le Pen on the extreme right, Francois Bayrou, a centrist, and Eva Joly, for the Greens. France prepared Saturday to vote in presidential elections that see incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy pitted against challengers including Socialist candidate Francois Hollande. If no candidate wins an absolute majority, a runoff election between the two with the most votes will take place on May 6. As well as Sarkozy and Hollande, they include Jean-Luc Melenchon on the extreme left, Marine Le Pen on the extreme right, Francois Bayrou, a centrist, and Eva Joly, for the Greens. The economy and jobs have been key election issues, as France struggles to overcome low growth and a 10% unemployment rate. The economy and jobs have been key election issues, as France struggles to overcome low growth and a 10% unemployment rate. Under French law, no political campaigning of any kind is allowed on the day before the election and no opinion polls can be published. The economy and jobs have been key election issues, as France struggles to overcome low growth and a 10% unemployment rate. The economy and jobs have been key election issues, as France struggles to overcome low growth and a 10% unemployment rate. Voters in mainland France will go to the polls Sunday. If no candidate wins an absolute majority, a runoff election between the two with the most votes will take place on May 6. Ten candidates are on the ballot in the first round of voting. Ten candidates are on the ballot in the first round of voting. As well as Sarkozy and Hollande, they include Jean-Luc Melenchon on the extreme left, Marine Le Pen on the extreme right, Francois Bayrou, a centrist, and Eva Joly, for the Greens. France prepared Saturday to vote in presidential elections that see incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy pitted against challengers including Socialist candidate Francois Hollande. As well as Sarkozy and Hollande, they include Jean-Luc Melenchon on the extreme left, Marine Le Pen on the extreme right, Francois Bayrou, a centrist, and Eva Joly, for the Greens.

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