French Vote on Europe's Constitution to Be Close

The French will vote on ratifying the EU Constitution on Sunday. Polls suggest that the vote will be close, but the opposition has a narrow lead, and nearly a third of voters are still undecided. The European Union is currently without a constitution. All 25 Union members need to ratify the constitution for it to take effect.

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John Thornhill, Financial Times Paris bureau chief

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