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The Problem With The French Elections

An old system that is exploding now that society is changing

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Elections are always a difficult time in any country. It’s a time with lies, false promises, and a whole lot of pointing fingers at everybody.

This is the nature of politics and it’s probably not the end of the world as long as the system supports the appearance and debates…




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Pierre Blanchet

Pierre Blanchet

A French soul with a European heart. We can all learn from each other. Let’s do that here.

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