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Ségolène Royal: Quiz


Question 1: In it, Besson accuses Royal of being a populist, an authoritarian and a ________ and says that he will not vote for her and hopes that she is not elected.
LudditeIndustrial RevolutionGeorge Gordon Byron, 6th Baron ByronCotton

Question 2: Each class year at the ENA receives a nickname to distinguish it: Royal tried to get her peers to name their class after ________, a revolutionary from the 1870s, but they chose the name "Voltaire" instead.
ParisParis CommuneLouise MichelAdolphe Thiers

Question 3: Royal's cousin Anne-Christine Royal followed the paternal side of the family and has been a candidate of the far-right Front National party at a local election in ________.
Barsac, GirondeBordeauxPessacSaint-Émilion

Question 4: She provided compensation for people adversely affected by ________ noise.
Airline hubAirport securityAir traffic controlAirport

Question 5: ("Sciences Po" at the time was 85% upper-class Parisian, mostly male.) In summer 1971, she was an au pair in ________.

Question 6: On 5 April 2007, when commenting on the kidnapping of two Frenchmen by the Taliban in ________, Royal called for sanctions to be imposed by the United Nations against regimes like the Taliban.
NATONon-Aligned MovementCentral Intelligence AgencyAfghanistan

Question 7: On 16 November, Royal defeated Laurent Fabius and ________ in the French Socialist Party primary, becoming the party's candidate for the 2007 presidential election.
Jacques ChiracNicolas SarkozyMichel RocardDominique Strauss-Kahn

Question 8: Royal is considered likely to seek a rematch with incumbent President ________ in 2012.
Angela MerkelJacques ChiracSilvio BerlusconiNicolas Sarkozy

Question 9: She also won in 101 of 104 of the Socialist Party's fédérations, losing only Haute-Corse, Mayotte and Seine-Maritime (the latter being the home region of ________).
Michel RocardLaurent FabiusPierre MauroyLionel Jospin

Question 10: [2] On 28 November 2008, Royal declared implicitly her candidacy for ________ in 2012.
Nicolas SarkozyPresident of FrancePresident of RomaniaPresident of Poland

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