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Sarkozy and Oland will fight for presidency in the second round
10:21 23.04.2012
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Socialist Francois Aland receives 28-29% of votes and is ahead of French President Nicolas Sarkozy, who has received 25-26 % of votes in the elections held yesterday. 

These are data spread by public opinion survey institutions. 

Oland’s staff is satisfied with the initial data, while Sarkozy’s headquarters do not make any comment yet. According to French press, Nicolas Sarkozy is the first president, who has not won the first round of a second ballot.

The surprise of the election marathon has become National Front, Marin le Pen’s third place. He has obtained 18,2% of votes, when maximum 16 % was predicted for him. 

Due to the fact, that none of the candidates managed to get more than 50 percent of votes, the second round is scheduled on May 6 and the identity of France next president will be finally revealed there. 

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