France elections: Working class voters feel left out

In a week from now, France is voting to elect its next president. Many voters living in poor housing projects outside the big cities are angry. They say they've been forgotten in the election campaign.

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    In a week from now, France is voting to elect its next president.

    Many voters living in poor housing projects outside the big cities are angry.

    They say they've been forgotten in the election campaign.

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from Marseille.


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