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A village votes and holds it breath — ensemble

If you think village politics must be incredibly dull, you’ve not been in Daglan over the past few weeks. Today (Sunday) is voting day in France for municipal officials, and we have two full teams of candidates who have been … Continue reading

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Election efficiency

The French political scene is rarely covered in Radio Free Daglan, since (quite frankly) I know nothing about it that isn’t already covered in the mass media. However, I did mention the current presidential election in a posting of April 22, … Continue reading

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The people have spoken: Daglan’s election

Like so many things in our village, politics bubbles along beneath the surface, generally hidden from public view. There are whispers, private meetings, nods and winks. But yesterday, for our municipal elections, the people spoke out clearly and dramatically. It … Continue reading

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