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French town’s residents uncertain of election outcome

France is going ahead with Sunday's vote to choose a president. Since 1981, Donzy, a small town in the centre of the country, has always reflected the national vote. But this year, people in Donzy feel the picture is more uncertain.

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    France is going ahead with Sunday's vote to choose a president. Since 1981, Donzy, a small town in the centre of the country, has always reflected the national vote. But this year, people in Donzy feel the picture is more uncertain.

    Al Jazeera’s Jonah Hull reports from Donzy.


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