Fillon v Juppe: how French right's presidential hopefuls shape up

Alain Juppe (L) and Francois Fillon will go head-to-head in a run-off of France's rightwing presidential primaryFrancois Fillon and Alain Juppe, the two men duelling for the presidential nomination of the French right, both advocate deep economic reforms, including scrapping the 35-hour work week, a sacred cow of the French left. Would allow municipal police to carry guns and increase prison capacity by 16,000.

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