French voters lash out at Hollande

One year into his presidency, many voters say Francois Hollande is not living up to promises.

Last Modified: 14 May 2013 19:35
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It is a year since Francois Hollande swept to power in the French presidential election. But now, his popularity has sunk to an all-time low for a president in his first 12 months.

Many voters accuse Hollande of making promises in his manifesto, which he has failed to fulfill.

Al Jazeera's Jacky Rowland reports from Paris.


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