favorite to win the 2012 presidential elections in France may become more popular than ever if they are allowed to all charges
French Socialists were in chaos as key figures suggested that Dominique Strauss-Kahn could return to challenge Nicolas Sarkozy in the presidential election next year, we launched the game on a new cycle of instability and conflict within the ego.
Strauss-Kahn was the big favorite to win the 2012 presidential election before being arrested for attempting to rape a hotel maid in New York in May. It is no longer under house arrest, but still faces seven charges ranging from rape was a sexual assault. If you delete or dropped charges, supporters of the former Minister of Culture Jack Lang suggested that it might return to the most popular in France than ever before. Possible return
Strauss-Kahn, has launched the main race of the Socialist Party into chaos. The party had taken his presidential aspirations were dead and opened their selection of another candidate last week. Applicants must declare on July 13 for a vote in October, but the next hearing Strauss-Kahn is scheduled for July 18.favorite
Francois Hollande was the first to declare this weekend that he had "no problem" to postpone the date of the declaration at the end of August, that Strauss-Kahn, to return to New York if the charges were quickly removed. But the party's interim leader, Harlem Désir, dropped there appeared to be "no reason" to move the deadline. The line was weakened Martine Aubry, who declared his presidential candidacy last week, but there was a pact with Mr. Strauss-Kahn, and may be pressured to stay out of it.
all depends on whether the prosecution continues its case and proceeds to trial or descends rapidly charges against Mr. Strauss-Kahn, and if so, how the French public opinion polls and perception.
Although the charges still stand, some French supporters presented him as a hero innocent victim and martyr. Left philosopher Bernard-Henry Levy spoke of a nobleman who had been the victim of a "spiral of hate and slander." He said
Strauss-Kahn had been "lynched" by the "friends" of minorities in the United States. He said that because the victim was "poor immigrant" was the presumption of innocence, and that Strauss-Kahn was "powerful "who had been presumed guilty.But while many socialists felt DSK could return triumphant when fully clarified, others worry about the stain that the matter would be left in French politics and the damage revelations about his private life and his attitude toward women. Since his arrest, a French taboo has been broken and the behavior of Mr. Strauss-Kahn for women deemed "obscene" by his friends, tipped over. Anne Mansouret socialist, who said he was sorry to dissuade his daughter, journalist Tristane Banon, to charge for an alleged assault in 2002, Strauss-Kahn said he had a "problem" with women, which could be considered a disease.
Strauss-Kahn did not seem concerned about his political image on the evening of Friday, when he went for a pasta dish for $ 100 with friends, leaving aside the controversy in France that he should tone down his image of "champagne socialism".
Socialist MP Marisol Touraine, a key ally of DSK, said he hoped Strauss-Kahn for the "rehabilitation", but warned it would not be able to return to a "status quo "in France, as if nothing had happened. Gérard Collomb, Mayor of Lyon and disciple of Strauss-Kahn Strauss-Kahn warned that the first "rebuild" before a possible return to the presidential race, noting that no case left "free".
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