France's new political entity and the economy feature in today's papers..
French President François Hollande and fellow Socialists paid their respects to Pierre Mauroy, prime minister under François Mitterrand from 1981 to 1984 who died last Friday at the ...
France’s Socialist government is set to face opposition from some of its left-wing allies but win the support of the right-wing opposition when it asks parliament to ratify the European ...
As France prepares to vote in Sunday's second round of legislative elections, Modem, the party created by François Bayrou in 2007, is fighting to keep a voice in parliament.
No sooner have they elected a new president, than the French must return to the polls to elect a new National Assembly, the lower house of parliament.
French voters go to the polls in what is set to be a historic presidential election campaign.
On the eve of second round presidential elections here in France, the papers are all about the duel between President Nicolas Sarkozy and his Socialist challenger François Hollande.
Campaigning is over and there are no more public appearances before Sunday's presidential face-off between Socialist François Hollande, and incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy.
French centrist leader Francois Bayrou, delivered a blow to the re-election hopes of incumbent President Nicolas Sarkozy on Thursday by saying he will vote for his Socialist rival Francois ...
Campaigns for the second round of the presidential elections continue to fill the front pages of the newspapers.