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Sarkozy's stumbling comeback

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy will have to convince voters that he represents a viable alternative.

France’s right-wing edges out far-right National Front in local elections

4 days agoNews : The Raw Story

France’s right-wing parties, led by former president Nicolas Sarkozy, edged out the far-right National Front to take first place in local elections, in a crucial test ahead of 2017 presidential elections. The conservative alliance, including Sarkozy’s opposition UMP, took 32.5 percent...

Sarkozy, allies won the first round of French local elections

Former President Nicolas Sarkozy’s conservative UMP party and their allies won the first round of French local elections on Sunday, denying Marine Le Pen’s far-right National Front (FN) first place. The result is an unaccustomed setback for Le Pen, who hoped her resurgent anti-immigrant, anti-euro party would emerge in the first round, boosting her goal […]

Sarkozy’s Union for Popular Movement Leads in France’s Regional Elections

CSA market research firm said that former French President Nicolas Sarkozy's conservative Union for a Popular Movement is leading in the first round of regional elections in the country.

Nicolas Sarkozy Is Pulling a Netanyahu Ahead of the French Elections

On the eve of the Israeli election, with polls showing him behind, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel unleashed the demons of race and religion. He asserted that there would never be an independent Palestinian state on his watch, then RELATED POST PROFILESHARE

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Yazmina Reza’s range is enormous: She’s followed Nicolas Sarkozy on the campaign trail,

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Better-known and more mainstream European politicians are also cozying up to Putin: French ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy, who was recently re-elected head of the powerful UMP, came out this week in support of the EU formally ceding Crimea to Russia, and had some kind words for the Kremlin. Another UMP figure, the mayor of Nice, has […]

Europe Fractures: France Pivots To Putin, Cyprus Offers Moscow Military Base, Germany-US Splinter On Ukraine

``... perhaps most significantly is France's continued apparent pivot towards Russia... Following Francois Hollande's calls for greater autonomy for Eastern Ukraine, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has come out in apparent support...Show More Summary

Charlie Hebdo would approve: Sarkozy mocked after pushing his way to front of Paris march

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is making his way to the front of the pack, but not in the political sense that he might have hoped for. During Sunday's huge unity rally in Paris, as 1.5 million people honored the victims ofShow More Summary

The Politics of Terrorism Lead Desperate Hollande to Embrace Sarkozy

(AP Photo) Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, left, poses with current President Francois Hollande prior to their meeting at the Elysee Palace in Paris, Thursday, January 8, 2015, in connection with a terrorist attack. Police hunted...Show More Summary

Terrorist Amedy Coulibaly met French prez Nicolas Sarkozy

Cop killer Amedy Coulibaly meet with then-French President Nicolas Sarkozy as a 27-year-old worker – years before he died a terrorist.

Paris supermarket suspect Amedy Coulibaly met with Nicolas Sarkozy in 2009

French media outlets have examined the police reports of Amedy Coulibaly, one of the suspects in Friday's hostage event at a Jewish supermarket. They discovered that he's spent time in prison for armed robbery — and that he's met with French then-President Nicolas Sarkozy. Show More Summary

Paris Attacker Met French President in 2009

Amedy Coulibaly said he got Nicolas Sarkozy's autograph for his nine sisters

Sony's Own Copyright Infringement Shows How Broken Our Copyright System Is Today

3 months agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

It almost always seems to come out that the most aggressive "anti-piracy" people, companies and organizations are engaged in some form of copyright infringement themselves. There was Nicolas Sarkozy, former President of France who initiated...Show More Summary

Sarkozy wins back party leadership, but road to French presidential election remains very long

Nicolas Sarkozy took a further step on the road to his political comeback over the weekend, as he won back the leadership of France’s centre-right UMP party. The former French President secured 64.5% of votes in an online survey of UMP...Show More Summary

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy Elected Opposition Party Leader

4 months agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy, who has made headlines recently for his call to repeal the country's same-sex marriage law that was passed last year, has been elected as leader of the UMP opposition party. BBC reports: More than 150,000...

Nicolas Sarkozy wins French opposition UMP party vote

``Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has been elected head of the opposition UMP, in what is being seen as the start of a new bid for the presidency.'' -- Sarko being dredged up to try to stop Le Pen and keep France in the Euro? (Note that Ghaddafi had to be eliminated for this to be possible... mission accomplished there!)

Former president Nicolas Sarkozy wins leadership of the centre-right UMP

Nicolas Sarkozy has won the leadership of the centre-right UMP party, in a victory widely seen as a first step in a plan to return to the French presidency in 2017. The 59-year-old former president, who announced his political comeback in September after two years in the wings, claimed 64.5 per cent of the votes […]

Ronaldo Hanging out with Nicolas Sarkozy at Paris St Germain Match with Nice

Two-time World Cup winner Ronaldo attended PSG 's game with Nice on Saturday. The Brazilian posted a picture on his Instagram account with former French President Nicolas Sarkozy and a subtle hint that there could be a role at the Parc...Show More Summary

Leadership Vote Shows French Right Dependent on Sarkozy

The fact that conservatives could find no one but Nicolas Sarkozy raises some long-term questions.

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