France presidential election: Conservative rivals clash

France presidential election: Conservative rivals clash
 

The two rivals for the centre-right French presidential nomination have clashed over the level of change they promise to bring, in a TV debate.
Surprise frontrunner Francois Fillon said his project was "more radical", and vowed to implement sweeping changes in the first three months of his term.
Alain Juppe insisted his proposals were "deep and credible" but lacked the "brutality" of Mr Fillon's plans.
It was the final Republicans party debate before Sunday's concluding vote.
The Republicans candidate is widely expected to face far-right National Front (FN)... read more

 
25 November 2016 in World News, Views: 40
Source: BBC
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