Nicholas Sarcozy, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner
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Sarkozy said he would put the policy plan to a vote of all party members in April.Some 48 percent of right-wing voters think Juppe would be LR's best candidate in 2017, versus only 20 percent for Sarkozy, a BVA poll published Saturday showed, confirming a string of similar polls in the past weeks.And while for long Sarkozy remained more popular with LR sympathizers, he has fallen behind there too, with 43 percent favoring Juppe while 30 percent prefer Sarkozy, the poll showed.Criticism -- sometimes veiled, sometimes open -- among senior officials was rife at the two-day meeting and French media said another official, Jean-Francois Cope, was set to announce he too will run in the party primaries in an evening news interview, at the same time as another channel interviews Sarkozy.
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