French left pick socialist dissident as presidential candidate, leaving room for centrist Macron

Benoit Hamon won the socialist primary on Sunday evening with almost 60 percent of the vote, beating former Prime Minister Manuel Valls.


Benoit Hamon won the socialist primary on Sunday evening with almost 60 percent of the vote, beating former Prime Minister Manuel Valls.

French left pick socialist dissident as presidential candidate, leaving room for centrist Macron

Benoit Hamon won the socialist primary on Sunday evening with almost 60 percent of the vote, beating former Prime Minister Manuel Valls.


Benoit Hamon won the socialist primary on Sunday evening with almost 60 percent of the vote, beating former Prime Minister Manuel Valls.

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