supporters of President promises a "surprise" as Socialist rival Francois Hollande said he is sure of anything
Socialist voters face a nervous wait for the results of the second round of presidential elections today between Nicolas Sarkozy and François Hollande polls after the final televised debate Wednesday night fire showed an increase for the outgoing president, who has already lost his left rival throughout the race.
some surveys, Holland was still on track to win the second round run-off vote, but found that the gap between the two rival presidential fell by 10 percentage points a week ago to only four. A survey by the Ifop
shown in 52% and 48% Sarkozy.
Friday before the midnight deadline for the official campaign to end Holland warned his followers not to consider elections as in the bag. At its meeting last season at Périgueux, in the southwest of France, said that the battle was won.
"Yes, it is safe and wants to win. Sorry," he told the crowd. "I do not want to be a killjoy, but doing that could be the fatal mistake of thinking that the game is over ... it is not necessary to turn off. I must say that I am sure. This victory is not yet certain. "
At its last meeting in the Sables d'Olonne country on the Atlantic coast of France, Nicolas Sarkozy, who is the votes of the National Marine Le Pen of the extreme right Front, which has won nearly 18% in the first ballot, was still convinced that he could snatch victory and promised that result on Sunday would be a "surprise."
"Each of you has the country's future in their hands," he said. "Voting nothing more important than another. You have no idea how much is at stake in the edge of the razor. "
If the Socialist candidate was elected president of the French Republic 24, Holland and his supporters hoped that some of the Bastille, on his return to Paris.
His campaign declined to give details about the planned festivities for fear of appearing too confident and frighten the electorate. However, the site of the square, the famous former prison invaded and destroyed during the French Revolution, is considered the most likely place for a mass rally due to its strong association with the left.
As Sarkozy has discovered to its cost, the celebrations in the political field. His decision to savor his victory in 2007 in one of the most expensive restaurants Fouquet on the Champs Elysées - followed by a trip on the yacht of a billionaire businessman friend - must have seemed a good idea at the time. However, the situation has returned to haunt him as the beginning of the global economic crisis, and ultimately served to reinforce the impression of a lifestyle and the bling-bling sense that it acted as a "president of the rich ".Team Sarkozy's election is said to be planning a meeting in the Place de la Concorde equally symbolic -. When Louis XVI and his wife Marie Antoinette lost her head to the guillotine
Holland was circumspect about his choice of Prime Minister and Cabinet posts if he wins, insisting he has not established a shortlist.
speculation has focused on his old friend and collaborator Jean-Marc Ayrault, aged 62, Deputy Mayor of Nantes and the leader of the Socialist group in the National Assembly, and Martine Aubry, 61 years Netherlands rival for the presidential nomination of the party leader. It is committed to be an equal number of women in government and reintroduce a ministry of women's rights.
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