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Martinique/Guadeloupe/Guyane: Voting One Day Early

Le [Blog de Moi] announces (Fr) that Martiniquans, Guadeloupeans and other overseas French departments will vote one day early in the upcoming French presidential election taking place June 10 and 17, 2007 in mainland France. Explains the blogger “The point is to take into account the time difference and to make sure we don't vote after the results are known.. … To those who are complaining because ‘they have things to do on Saturdays': no comment”

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