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France’s ruling Socialist Party held its congress last weekend in Poitiers.

After weeks of tensions, it managed to avoid a nasty split between supporters of the government and President Hollande, and those who criticise his perceived tilt towards the right of centre. But these disagreements are still simmering and could hurt Hollande’s re-election prospects in 2017.

Presented by Marc Perelman, with Jean-Marc Gonin, Senior Writer, Le Figaro Magazine end yours truly.

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