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Chirac should stay if France says "no" in referendum: poll
www.chinaview.cn 2005-04-22 06:15:15

    PARIS, April 21 (Xinhuanet) -- Seventy-two percent of the French people agree that French President Jacques Chirac should not resign from his post if the "no" overweighs "yes" in the referendum over the European Constitution, a survey coming out Thursday shows.

    In the survey, conducted for the French newspaper Le Figaro andLCI news channel, 5 percent of the questioned people did not pronounce, and 23 percent voiced a opposite view.

    The same poll showed that 69 percent of respondents think that the first Secretary of the left-wing Socialist Party, Francois Hollande, should remain at his post if the "no" overrides, against24 percent.

    The survey telephoned 952 adults (over 18) on April 15 and 16 in whole France. Enditem 

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