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Davos 2017: Business leaders confident despite 2016 turmoil

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A debate on the latest developments in French politics with two Paris-based journalists. Every Tuesday at 4.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2012-10-04

France's troubled suburbs: the same old story?

The escalating violence in France's suburbs is becoming a headache for the Socialist government. How can they tackle crime without mimicking what the previous conservative governments have done for the past 10 years? Also in the news: layoffs are continuing to pile up, mostly in French industry. The government is trying to limit the damage, but how much can it really do?

On the set:

  • Philip Turle, Jounalist, RFI;
  • Jean-Marc Gonin, Senior writer, Le Figaro Magazine.

By FRANCE 24

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2017-01-10 Socialist Party (France)

A 'Catholic' president? French conservative Fillon breaks with secularism

"I am a Gaullist and I am a Christian". This is how the conservative candidate for France's presidential election, François Fillon, defines himself. By wearing his religion on...

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2017-01-03 Socialist Party (France)

French Socialist primaries: Ruling party faces fight for survival

The sprint has already begun. In just three weeks' time, France’s Socialists will square off in round one of the primary to designate their candidate for the presidential...

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2016-12-20 Socialist Party (France)

2017 French presidential election: A wide-open race

In a little over four months, the mother of all elections in France - the presidential election - will take place. One thing is for sure: a new president will be voted in....

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2016-12-13 Manuel Valls

France's Socialist presidential primary: A crowded race

After French President François Hollande's shock announcement that he will not run for re-election, the battle on the left has begun in earnest. A Socialist primary election is...

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2016-12-06 Bernard Cazeneuve

2017 French presidential election: Can Valls unite the left?

After the surprise election of François Fillon as the conservative candidate for next year's French presidential elections, there was another surprise last Thursday with the...

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