Supporters of the French presidential candidate Francois Hollande gathered at a rally in Toulouse in southern France today.
The Socialist party leader is ahead of Nicolas Sarkozy in opinion polls by six to 10 points. Both leaders are battling for votes ahead of Sunday's decisive runoff election.
Nicolas Sarkozy and Francois Hollande go head-to-head in the only televised debate before Sunday's vote.Read the full story ›
French President and conservative candidate for re-election delivered a speech during a campaign rally in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
The conservative Sarkozy is hoping to win over the more than 6 million voters who supported far right leader Marine Le Pen in the first round of France's presidential elections April 22.
The current French president Nicolas Sarkozy has delivered a speech in Paris for an election rally, before the deciding vote on May 6.
Supporters of France's far-right National Front party are celebrating their traditional "Joan of Arc Day" rally in Paris. The party leader Marine Le Pen addressed the crowd telling supporters to make up their own minds about who to vote for in the May 6th election run off.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni cast their votes in Paris in the first round of France's presidential election today.
But as jobless claims hit a 12 year high in the country, economic despair looks likely to make Sarkozy the first president to lose a fight for re-election in more than 30 years.
Francois Hollande - 1/10
Nicolas Sarkozy - 9/2
Marine Le Pen - 33/1
Francois Bayrou - 100/1
Jean-Luc Mélenchon - 100/1
Odds from William Hill.