France's Sarkozy nixes any alliance with Socialists in election

By REUTERS
December 6, 2015 22:28

 
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PARIS - Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy on Sunday ruled out any alliance with President Francois Hollande's Socialist party to keep the far-right out of power in regional councils.

His conservative Republicans party came second nationally in the first round of regional elections on Sunday, behind the far-right National Front but ahead of the Socialists.

Run-offs will take place next Sunday.

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