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François Fillon Wins France's Conservative Primary

Wall Street Journal Sunday, 27 November 2016
François Fillon, a free market social conservative, won France’s center-right primary by a landslide, positioning him as the leading mainstream candidate to take on National Front leader Marine Le Pen in presidential elections this spring.
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French conservatives are choosing their nominee for next year's vital presidential election from among two former prime ministers. (Nov. 27)

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