The UMP, the political party of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, last night chose a trio of former prime ministers to run the party and get to the bottom of a financial scandal.
On the night French President Nicolas Sarkozy lost his re-election bid in May 2012, he told crestfallen supporters he was quitting politics. About two years on, he’s having trouble keeping his promise.
The young man in a video posted on YouTube last July identified himself as Abu Abd Al-Rahman and told his French “brothers” it was their religious duty to join him in Syria to fight the Assad regime.
"Everything is being done to give a biased image of me."
- Nicolas Sarkozy on Jul 02, 2014
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