France’s Les Républicains choose Pécresse as 2022 presidential candidate • FRANCE 24 English

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France’s conservative party on Saturday chose Valérie Pécresse, the moderate chief of the Paris region, to challenge President Emmanuel Macron next year, a choice that will likely have major influence on the shape of the campaign.

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