French divided on DSK comeback

Linked on our blogs with Quo Vadis, les PS de l’Europe de l’Ouest … en Suisse … en France … .

Published on 9&10 news, July 3, 2011.

… PARIS (AP) — A new poll suggests France is divided over whether Dominique Strauss-Kahn should re-enter French politics. The former International Monetary Fund chief was freed from house arrest last week after prosecutors acknowledged problems in the sexual assault case against him. Forty-nine percent of those surveyed in a poll for the French newspaper Le Parisien responded ‘yes’ when asked if they wanted to see a Strauss-Kahn comeback, while 45 percent said ‘no’ … (full text).  

Links:

Strauss-Kahn faces Paris rape case, on AlJazeera, July 5, 2011;

DSK’s possible return sends election plans awry, on The Independent.ie, by Henry Samuel in Paris, July 2, 2011;

Obama, financial war and the elimination of DSK, on Global Research.ca, by Thierry Meyssan, may 28, 2011;

France: Socialist sunrise – In a Europe that has turned en bloc to the right, France is living up to its role as a land apart, on The Guardian, Editorial, June 29, 2011.

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