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He's back: Nicolas Sarkozy promises return to French politics

He is back. Or rather, some say, he never went away. Nicolas Sarkozy will announce on television this weekend that he is abandoning his gilded retirement and returning to politics to save France from economic and political calamity. 834 mots de plus


All About Nicolas Sarkozy

Sarkozy is the child of Pál István Ernő Sárközy de Nagy-Bócsa.(Hungarian: nagybócsai Sárközy Pál [ˈnɒɟboːt͡ʃɒi ˈʃaːrkøzi ˈpaːl] (About this sound tune in); in a few sources Nagy-Bócsay Sárközy Pál István Ernő), a Protestant Hungarian noble, and Andrée Jeanne « Dadu » Mallah (b. 687 mots de plus

Nicolas Sarkozy

One Year Ago -- Dead Man's Diary: Sarkozy's 2007 Presidential Election Campaign Funded by Gaddafi

« A further 3 million euros was purportedly transferred by a son of Gaddafi before the final 2 million was sent by Abdullah Sanussi, the then head of Libyan intelligence service.

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The Single-party French State

by Diana Johnstone, via Counterpunch

French legislative elections follow hard on the heels of the Presidential election.  The momentum virtually ensures a presidential majority.  So it was taken for granted that voters would give President Emmanuel Macron a docile parliament for his five-year mandate. 1 260 mots de plus


Nicolas Sarkozy din nou președintele Franței

Nicolas Sarkozy din nou președintele Franței Nicolas Sarkozy vrea să fie, din nou, președintele Franței. Fostul lider de la Elysee a anunțat că va candida la alegerile prezidențiale din 2017. 21 mots de plus


Sarkozy may face criminal probe over Qatar World Cup vote-buying: report

Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy – Valery Hache-AFP via Getty Images

The selection process for the 2018 and 2022 tournaments has been mired in allegations of widespread corruption and bribery. 414 mots de plus

One Year Ago -- Hillary's Email Reveals Truth about Libya Bombing: Oil and Golden Dinar

“We were dragged along by a French enthusiasm to intervene, and the mission then moved from protecting people in Benghazi, who arguably were not at the kind of threat that was then being presented… Indeed, on the basis of the evidence we took, the threat to the people of Benghazi was grossly overstated.”

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