FRENCHIES: Shervin Janani-Amouzgar, UMP Militant, Supports Nicholas Sarkozy's Re Election


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FRENCHIES: Shervin Janani-Amouzgar, UMP Militant, Supports Nicholas Sarkozy's Re Election
by Darius Kadivar
30-Apr-2012
 

Shervin Janani-Amouzgar of Persian Heritage is the French deputy delegate of the UMP (Union Pour Un Mouvement Populaire) the 13th district of Paris. (See Related Link)


 (Source: persianrealm.com)


Shervin Janani-Amouzgar Délégué jeunes Adjoint de la 13ème circonscription pour L’UMP Chargé de mission · Sep 15, 2011 to present · Paris, France (See Related Link)


(Note: Below Photo in composition is Copyright Shervin Janani-Amouzgar)

 

Shervin Janani-Amouzgar is from the southern city of Montpellier but lives in Paris and studied at the Université Paris 5 Descartes. 


He supports Presidential Candidate Nicholas Sarkozy. The French President is seriously challenged by Socialist Candidate François Hollande currently favored by most polls as the potential winner in the final runoff which will determine the next President Sunday 6th of May.

 

Sarkozy’s Speech at Villepinte which launched his official campaign:


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UMP YOUTH

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Gathering of UMP youth activists with Nicholas Sarkozy:


Young UMP activists mobilize in support for Candidate Nicholas Sarkozy (BFM TV):


(NOTE : To Watch Double Click Here)    

 

 

Nathalis Kosciusko Morizet with UMP youth:

Minister and member of Sarkozy’s Campaign team for 2012 Presidential elections

 

 

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