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Francois Hollande's tease over 2017 candidacy leaves left adrift

Will he or won't he? As France's Socialists fine-tune arrangements for their presidential election primary, their deeply unpopular standard bearer Francois Hollande is keeping everyone guessing about whether he will stand, leaving the left in disarray. The president, whose approval rating is languishing in the mid-teens largely because of a dismal economic record, will only decide after the right-wing Republicans party nominates its candidate in late November.
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