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Aggressive TV-Debatte zwischen Sarkozy und Hollande

(02-05-2012 12:43) Für die einzige TV-Debatte in Frankreich am Mittwoch hatte sich der amtierende Präsident Nicolas Sarkozy ein Ziel gesetzt: 'Ich werde ihn zur Explosion bringen', sagte Sarkozy. Doch es kam anders.