France Wants Right-Wing Changes, Says Juvin

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Nov.21 -- A last-minute rush of support for former Prime Minister François Fillon in the center-right primary saw Nicolas Sarkozy knocked out of the French presidential race at the first hurdle. With more than 90 percent of polling stations reporting, Fillon, 62, had 44 percent of the vote with long-time front-runner Alain Juppe second on 28 percent, according to election officials. Sarkozy was third with 21 percent. Fillon and Juppe will now face each other in a run off next Sunday. European Parliament Member Philippe Juvin discusses the French election with Bloomberg's Caroline Connan on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."