France regional elections: National turnout at 5 p.m at only 26,72%

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    France went to the polls for the first round of regional elections on Sunday. Turnout by late afternoon was one of the lowest for a French election in history at just 26.7%, down from 43% in 2015. In Marseille, FRANCE 24’s Claire Paccalin tells us more.

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