French Socialist Francois Hollande won the most votes in the first round of the country's presidential election, the BBC reports.
"He got about 28% of votes, according to projections based on partial results, against about 26% for centre-right incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy. The two men will face each other in a second-round run-off on 6 May."
Francois Hollande appeared Sunday to be the French Socialist choice to face President Nicolas Sarkozy in next year's presidential election. His opponent in Sunday's runoff election congratulated Hollande. "The Socialist primaries ha... Read Post
Socialist Francois Hollande and conservative President Nicolas Sarkozy are heading for a runoff in their race for France's presidency, according to partial official results in a vote that could alter the... Read Post