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April 01, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a political rally... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a political rally... 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a political rally in Paris, April 1, 2007. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-ELECTION/SCHIVARDI
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April 01, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi (L) of the far-left Workers' Party shakes hands with supporters... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Schivardi of the far left Workers' Party shakes hands with supporters before... 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi (L) of the far-left Workers' Party shakes hands with supporters before a political rally in Paris, April 1, 2007. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE) 
FRANCE/
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April 01, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a political rally... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a political rally... 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a political rally in Paris, April 1, 2007. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-ELECTION/SCHIVARDI
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April 01, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far left Workers' Party shakes hands with supporters... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Schivardi of the far left Workers' Party shakes hands with supporters before... 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far left Workers' Party shakes hands with supporters before a political rally in Paris, April 1, 2007. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE) 
FRANCE/
RTR1O6ZM 
April 01, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a political rally... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a political rally... 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a political rally in Paris, April 1, 2007. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE) 
FRANCE/
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April 01, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party waves to supporters before... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party waves to supporters before... 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party waves to supporters before a political rally in Paris, April 1, 2007. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE) 
FRANCE/
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April 01, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party waves to supporters before... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party waves to supporters before... 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party waves to supporters before a political rally in Paris, April 1, 2007. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE) 
FRANCE/
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April 01, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party waves to supporters before... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party waves to supporters before... 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party waves to supporters before a political rally in Paris April 1, 2007. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE) 
FRANCE/
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April 01, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi (L) of the far-left Workers' Party greets a supporter... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party greets supporter before... 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi (L) of the far-left Workers' Party greets a supporter before a political rally in Paris, April 1, 2007. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE) 
FRANCE/
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April 01, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi wipes tears from his eyes before a political rally in... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi wipes tears from his eyes before a political rally in... 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi wipes tears from his eyes before a political rally in Paris April 1, 2007. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE) 
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April 01, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi wipes tears from his eyes before a political rally in... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi wipes tears from his eyes before a political rally in... 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi wipes tears from his eyes before a political rally in Paris April 1, 2007. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-ELECTION/
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March 27, 2007 
France's Constitutional Council announced in Paris March 19, 2007 that twelve candidates will contest... 
Paris, France 
Combo photo of twelve candidates who stand in France's first round presidential election vote on April... 
France's Constitutional Council announced in Paris March 19, 2007 that twelve candidates will contest next month's first round presidential election vote on April 22 during a news conference. Candidates include, from L-R, top row: Revolutionary Communist League (LCR) leader Olivier Besancenot, Communist (PCF) Party's Marie-George Buffet, far-left Workers' Party Gerard Schivardi, UDF centrist party's Francois Bayrou. Second row : radical farmer Jose Bove, Green Party's Dominique Voynet, French Movement For France Party (MPF) Philippe de Villiers, Socialist Party's (PS) Segolene Royal. Bottom row : CPNT Frederic Nihous, far-right National Front's (FN) Jean-Marie Le Pen, extreme-left workers party Lutte Ouvriere's (LO) Arlette Laguiller, and Conservative UMP party's Nicolas Sarkozy. REUTERS/Files (FRANCE). EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. 
FRANCE-ELECTIONS/SCHIVARDI
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March 23, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party answers questions in Paris... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Schivardi answers questions in Paris 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party answers questions in Paris March 23, 2007. Schivardi, 56, a builder and mayor of the southern town of Mailhac, has called for the defence of public services in rural areas and wants France to pull out of the European Union. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-ELECTIONS/SCHIVARDI
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March 23, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party leaves a news conference... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Schivardi leaves a news conference in Paris 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party leaves a news conference in Paris March 23, 2007. Schivardi, 56, a builder and mayor of the southern town of Mailhac, has called for the defence of public services in rural areas and wants France to pull out of the European Union. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-ELECTIONS/SCHIVARDI
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March 23, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidateSchivardi attends a news conference in Paris 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference in Paris March 23, 2007. Schivardi, 56, a builder and mayor of the southern town of Mailhac, has called for the defence of public services in rural areas and wants France to pull out of the European Union. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-ELECTIONS/SCHIVARDI
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March 23, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Schivardi attends news conference in Paris 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference in Paris March 23, 2007. Schivardi, 56, a builder and mayor of the southern town of Mailhac, has called for the defence of public services in rural areas and wants France to pull out of the European Union. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-ELECTIONS/SCHIVARDI
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March 23, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Schivardi attends a news conference in Paris 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference in Paris March 23, 2007. Schivardi, 56, a builder and mayor of the southern town of Mailhac, has called for the defence of public services in rural areas and wants France to pull out of the European Union. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-ELECTIONS/SCHIVARDI
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March 23, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party answers questions in Paris... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Schivardi answers questions in Paris 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party answers questions in Paris March 23, 2007. Schivardi, 56, a builder and mayor of the southern town of Mailhac, has called for the defence of public services in rural areas and wants France to pull out of the European Union. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-ELECTIONS/SCHIVARDI
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March 23, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi attends a news conference in Paris 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference in Paris March 23, 2007. Schivardi, 56, a builder and mayor of the southern town of Mailhac, calls for the defence of public services in rural areas and wants France to pull out of the European Union. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-ELECTIONS/SCHIVARDI
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March 23, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi (L) of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi attends a news conference in Paris 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi (L) of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference in Paris March 23, 2007. Schivardi, 56, a builder and mayor of the southern town of Mailhac, calls for the defence of public services in rural areas and wants France to pull out of the European Union. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-ELECTIONS/SCHIVARDI
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March 23, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi attends a news conference in Paris 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference in Paris March 23, 2007. Schivardi, 56, a builder and mayor of the southern town of Mailhac, calls for the defence of public services in rural areas and wants France to pull out of the European Union. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-ELECTIONS/SCHIVARDI
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March 23, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi attends a news conference in Paris 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference in Paris March 23, 2007. Schivardi, 56, a builder and mayor of the southern town of Mailhac, calls for the defence of public services in rural areas and wants France to pull out of the European Union. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-ELECTIONS/SCHIVARDI
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March 23, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party answers newsmen in Paris... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi answers newsmen in Paris 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party answers newsmen in Paris March 23, 2007. Schivardi, 56, a builder and mayor of the southern town of Mailhac, calls for the defence of public services in rural areas and wants France to pull out of the European Union. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-ELECTIONS/SCHIVARDI
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March 23, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi attends a news conference in Paris 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference in Paris March 23, 2007. Schivardi, 56, a builder and mayor of the southern town of Mailhac, calls for the defence of public services in rural areas and wants France to pull out of the European Union. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-ELECTIONS/SCHIVARDI
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March 23, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi attends a news conference in Paris 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party attends a news conference in Paris March 23, 2007. Schivardi, 56, a builder and mayor of the southern town of Mailhac, calls for the defence of public services in rural areas and wants France to pull out of the European Union. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
FRANCE-ELECTIONS/SCHIVARDI
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March 23, 2007 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party answers newsmen in Paris... 
Paris, France 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi answers newsmen in Paris 
French presidential candidate Gerard Schivardi of the far-left Workers' Party answers newsmen in Paris March 23, 2007. Schivardi, 56, a builder and mayor of the southern town of Mailhac, calls for the defence of public services in rural areas and wants France to pull out of the European Union. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
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