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François Hollande : A "normal" president? (Part 1)


July 14th is upon us, time to take stock of the two months in office of socialist president François Hollande and his government. They have begun to try to make some reforms but also change the mindset from the previous presidency of Nicolas Sarkozy. François Hollande likes to describe himself as a "normal president". How does a normal president function ? How has it work until now?

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