French President Francois Hollande is hinting that he could seek a second term in elections next year, even though he is the least popular French leader in modern times.
The Socialist Hollande gave a sweeping speech Thursday laying out his vision of democracy and repeatedly suggesting that he is eyeing a re-election bid. "I will not let the image of France be spoiled ... in the coming months or the coming years," he said.
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