FILE - In this Friday, March, 31, 2017 file picture, French conservative presidential candidate Francois Fillon attends a campaign meeting in Toulon, southern France. (AP Photo/Claude Paris, File)
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French presidential candidate Francois Fillon, an outsider to win after involvement in financial scandal, said Monday he would order a parliamentary inquiry into allegations President Francois Hollande interfered in the justice system, if elected.Hollande's office has rejected Fillon's accusations and denied interference in the justice system.Fillon also said that Francois Baroin, a former finance minister, would be a "very good choice" for prime minister if he won election to the Elysee.The latest poll, by Opinionway, showed Le Pen, with 25 percent in the first round, one point ahead of Macron and six points ahead of Fillon.
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