- Former prime ministers François Fillon and Alain Juppé got the most support in the first round of the French center-right’s presidential primary on Sunday.
- Of the two, Juppé is the more mainstream and pro-European candidate.
- Nicolas Sarkozy, the former president, placed third and was eliminated from the contest.
- The winner will be decided in a second voting round next week.
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