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13 March 2007 By Pierre Briancon

Francois Bayrou, the head of a tiny centrist party, is running neck and neck with the socialist and conservative presidential candidates. He now stands a chance of making it to the second round. But as the election nears, he will have to be more specific on his platform.

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