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Hollande Wins French Presidential Run-off Elections According to Pollsters
A tip of the hat to Lance S
The Wall Street Journal reported that Socialist leader Francois Hollande has apparently won today's Presidential run-off election.
Given what we posted earlier today in commentary from Nidra Poller and Michel Gurfinkiel, is France's future, especially that of the Jewish community there uncertain, considering Hollande's "nouveau France" platform? We will shortly see what evolves when M. Hollande takes over the Elysee Palace as France's new President. Perhaps there will be a return to rampant muliculturalism and deepening Muslim intimidation in France with the largest Muslim population of any EU member country.
Here is The Wall Street Journal Europe election report from France, "Hollande Wins French Vote, Pollsters Say"::
PARIS—French Socialist candidate François Hollande won Sunday's presidential runoff, defeating incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy after a hard-fought campaign that pitted two radically different personalities against each other, according to estimates of preliminary results seen by The Wall Street Journal.
The ballot was set to continue until 8 p.m. local time in some large French cities, but the samples of preliminary results show Mr. Hollande, 57 years old, had garnered between 52% and 53.3% of the vote. The center-right Mr. Sarkozy, also 57, collected an estimatedMr. Sarkozy collected an estimated 46.7% to 48%, according to the sample of results.