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Panazol : France | May 07, 2012 at 11:24 PM PDT
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French Presidential Election Underway
According to the news today from the france internet Bullettin. The leaders of Europe and the rest of the world have sent their best wishes to president-elect. The reactions to the election of Francois Holland didn't have long to wait Sunday evening among the political leaders of the world. In Belgium the Belgian socialist prime minister, Elio di Rupo, paid tribute to "a friend who becomes president of the Republic" by celebrating in Paris the victory of François Holland, whose economic proposals will according to him having a "positive impact" in Europe. "This is a moment of celebration, it is a friend who becomes president of the Republic", said Elio di Rupo, invited by Martine Aubry at Solferino at the headquarters of the PS and then place de la Bastille. "The proposals of François Holland in terms of revitalization of the economy ( .... ) will have a positive impact on the whole of Europe and in the European institutions", he said, denying the fact that France and Belgium be alone in dealing with conservative governments. "It is a vision that is completely wrong. There is a movement of intellectuals, economists", he said. "We must amplify the movement and the arrival of a French president who has this desire is a very important fact". In Spain The Spanish conservative Prime minister Mariano Rajoy has welcomed sunday the victory of the socialist, saying he was convinced that Madrid and Paris will have a fruitful relationship policy on the bilateral level and European. Mariano Rajoy "congratulate François Holland for his victory in the French presidential election with the belief that they will confer a fruitful bilateral relationship and european", indicates a communiqué issued by the office of the Prime Minister. The leader of the Spanish government and the elected president have scheduled a call monday, ( ... )read the result on Liberation.fr
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Francois Hollande, France's Socialist Party candidate for the 2012 French presidential election, works in Tulle
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