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Ex-education minister Benoit Hamon on Sunday came top out of seven candidates in the first round of French Left primary to choose a presidential election, partial results showed.

First results based on 3,090 polling stations out of a total 7,534, Hamon was seen collecting 35.21 percent of the vote, making a lead to former French prime minister Manuel Valls’s 31.56 percent.

Ex-economy minister Arnaud Montebourg is out of the race with 18.78 percent of the vote. Enditem

Source: Xinhua/

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