Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Socialist Martine Aubry announced his candidacy for the 2012 presidential

The French Socialist leader, Martine Aubry, announced Tuesday his intention to Lille to the 2012 presidential election against the current president, Nicolas Sarkozy.

He did it in a brief speech of 15 minutes without questions, in which the head of the Socialist Party called for a France "innovative," "competitive" and "green", through a speech with allusions to the workers, executives , artists and unions, among others. With many references to the economic situation, Aubry described his country as a disorder suffered "economic", "budget" and "social" and spoke of creating a France which do not undergo "the necessities of life to market rules ".

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