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"Foamed" is against

The right-hander, Nicolas Sarkozy, provokes the suburban people before the second round of the French presidential election.

[France] – Who should I vote for? You mean, like, saltines and their ilk, eh?

Siaka, 24, has nothing more to say. In the tired suburb of Clichy-sous-Bois northeast of Paris, the starting point for the riots that literally set French suburbs on fire in the autumn of 2005, there is little left for Nicolas Sarkozy, the right-wing candidate who is hardly the favorite to become France's next president. In the second and decisive election round on Sunday 6 May, he meets the socialist Ségolène Royal. In the first round on April 22, "Sarko" received 31 percent on a national basis. . .

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