Rivals dispute leadership of France's conservatives
The result of a tightly fought two-way contest to choose the next leader of France's conservatives remained unclear early on Monday, with both sides claiming they had won.
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#1 Nov 19, 2012
Mutual accusations of vote rigging will affect the right-wing party, whoever is declared the winner.
That division comes at the right time for the left wing government that is loosing popularity, and is in disarray on the economic front.
The winner, Cope, looks close to the National Front ideology.
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