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The least convincing 'technical error' of all time?

The website of the French government - the Matignon - managed to list three individuals as part of the government, the fellows concerned all being portfolio-less at the moment. All have been speculatively linked to posts by the press. The 'error' having been spotted the names - Poniatowski, Giacobbi and more traditionally French surnamed Lefebvre - were removed.

Even our lot manage to avoid foul ups of that level of technical idiocy.

Elsewhere, just half of all Gauls polled think it possible that a Leftist candidate could beat Sarko in 2012. Even among the left itself, only 72% of PS voters think they could win. How about that for positive thinking?

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Blogger James Higham said... 12:11 pm

As a Sarko watcher myself, despite his appalling pro-EUness, he got over the Carla biz and has not being doing too bad at this stage of his tenure.  



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