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Former French prime minister Francois Fillon and candidate to head the conservative UMP party, cast his vote at a polling station in Paris, Sunday Nov. 18, 2012. France’s conservative UMP party votes Sunday to pick a new leader in an internal election that members hope will mark a turning point after a string of painful defeats that have left it in the opposition. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)

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Former French prime minister Francois Fillon and candidate to head the conservative UMP party, cast his vote at a polling station in Paris, Sunday Nov. 18, 2012. France’s conservative UMP party votes Sunday to pick a new leader in an internal election that members hope will mark a turning point after a string of painful defeats that have left it in the opposition. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)
Former French prime minister Francois Fillon and candidate to head the conservative UMP party, cast his vote at a polling station in Paris, Sunday Nov. 18, 2012. France’s conservative UMP party votes Sunday to pick a new leader in an internal election that members hope will mark a turning point after a string of painful defeats that have left it in the opposition. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)
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