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Ex-president may face legal questions sooner than he thinks After Nicolas Sarkozy’s presidential re-election campaign came a cropper, it seems that at least he has a back-up plan – law. Sarkozy is to swap the presidential cabinet for his former cabinet – law firm SELAS Arnaud Claude & Associés, which he co-founded with Arnaud Claude […]

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