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Why do left-wing voters want to ‘crash’ France’s right-wing primary?

Thousands of left-wing voters in France are considering casting ballots in November’s primary to choose the conservative presidential nominee in an effort to derail a comeback by ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy.
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