A month before the first round of France's presidential election, polls suggest 43 percent of voters have still not made up their minds about who to vote for.
France's first of three televised presidential debates. Who said what, to whom and which of the five candidates performed the best
The 2017 presidential campaign will demonstrate, once again, that emotional appeals have become a necessary and accepted way to convince French voters.
French presidential candidate Francois Fillon is refusing to pull out of the race despite being placed under formal investigation on suspicion of embezzling public…
€5,000 jackets, €2,500 trousers; but Francois Fillon’s bank account might not support his rich tastes
Scandal-hit French presidential candidate Francois Fillon is facing further scrutiny over an anonymous benefactor paying for his designer suits.
Embattled French conservative, Francois Fillon continues to be dogged by financial scandal despite friends and foe in the Republican party deciding earlier this week to stick with…
Embattled French presidential hopeful Francois Fillon has fought off a rebellion to secure the unanimous support of his conservative party, The Republicans.
If the French media are not as powerful as one might imagine or fear and if they are not conspiring for or against particular candidates, are they at least performing one of their basic functions in informing voters of the stakes involved in this election? The answer is ‘not enough, at least not yet