Anti-establishment Anger Drives France Elections

April 18, 2017 02:33 PM
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Much like in the United States last November, voters in France's elections are driven largely by anti-establishment sentiments and public anger over corruption, cronyism and immigration policies. Many Parisians are opting for centrist candidates who will continue the path toward the globalism that is sustaining a new, prosperous way of life for young professionals in the city's wealthy urban districts. VOA Europe Correspondent Luis Ramirez reports from Paris.