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Illustration picture shows a street peddler (or street hawker, "vendeurs a la sauvette" in French) selling miniature Eiffel towers in front of the Eiffel Tower (Tour Eiffel) at the place of Trocadero in Paris, France on January 13, 2022. France took over the rotating presidency of the European Union on Saturday January 1, affording President Emmanuel Macron the chance to pose as the EU's de facto leader in the run-up to national elections in April. Photo by Victor Joly/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Illustration picture shows a street peddler (or street hawker, "vendeurs a la sauvette" in French) selling miniature Eiffel towers in front of the Eiffel Tower (Tour Eiffel) at the place of Trocadero in Paris, France on January 13, 2022. France took over the rotating presidency of the European Union on Saturday January 1, affording President Emmanuel Macron the chance to pose as the EU's de facto leader in the run-up to national elections in April. Photo by Victor Joly/ABACAPRESS.COM

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Illustration picture shows a street peddler (or street hawker, "vendeurs a la sauvette" in French) selling miniature Eiffel towers in front of the Eiffel Tower (Tour Eiffel) at the place of Trocadero in Paris, France on January 13, 2022. France took over the rotating presidency of the European Union on Saturday January 1, affording President Emmanuel Macron the chance to pose as the EU's de facto leader in the run-up to national elections in April. Photo by Victor Joly/ABACAPRESS.COM

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The Eiffel Tower (Tour Eiffel) is lit up in blue and displays the symbol of the 12 stars of the European flag to celebrate the start of the French presidency of the European Union (EU) in Paris, France, on January 13, 2022. France took over the rotating presidency of the European Union on Saturday January 1, affording President Emmanuel Macron the chance to pose as the EU's de facto leader in the run-up to national elections in April. Photo by Victor Joly/ABACAPRESS.COM

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The Eiffel Tower (Tour Eiffel) is lit up in blue and displays the symbol of the 12 stars of the European flag to celebrate the start of the French presidency of the European Union (EU) in Paris, France, on January 13, 2022. France took over the rotating presidency of the European Union on Saturday January 1, affording President Emmanuel Macron the chance to pose as the EU's de facto leader in the run-up to national elections in April. Photo by Victor Joly/ABACAPRESS.COM

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The Eiffel Tower (Tour Eiffel) is lit up in blue and displays the symbol of the 12 stars of the European flag to celebrate the start of the French presidency of the European Union (EU) in Paris, France, on January 13, 2022. France took over the rotating presidency of the European Union on Saturday January 1, affording President Emmanuel Macron the chance to pose as the EU's de facto leader in the run-up to national elections in April. Photo by Victor Joly/ABACAPRESS.COM

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The Eiffel Tower (Tour Eiffel) is lit up in blue and displays the symbol of the 12 stars of the European flag to celebrate the start of the French presidency of the European Union (EU) in Paris, France, on January 13, 2022. France took over the rotating presidency of the European Union on Saturday January 1, affording President Emmanuel Macron the chance to pose as the EU's de facto leader in the run-up to national elections in April. Photo by Victor Joly/ABACAPRESS.COM

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The Eiffel Tower (Tour Eiffel) is lit up in blue and displays the symbol of the 12 stars of the European flag to celebrate the start of the French presidency of the European Union (EU) in Paris, France, on January 13, 2022. France took over the rotating presidency of the European Union on Saturday January 1, affording President Emmanuel Macron the chance to pose as the EU's de facto leader in the run-up to national elections in April. Photo by Victor Joly/ABACAPRESS.COM