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Soixante pour cent des Francais sont pour un remaniement ministeriel apres l'affaire Cahuzac, dont 42% des sympathisants de gauche, selon un sondage Ifop pour le Journal du Dimanche.
In an open letter to Le Journal du Dimanche, he said: "I leave after paying 85% of my revenue in 2012.
A letter, which the weekly Le Journal du Dimanche said was penned by Depardieu, quickly propelled him into the spotlight, not for his acclaimed acting skills but for raising the sensitive issue of tax exiles as France looks to fill state coffers with a stiff tax on the rich.
Contrasting with Noyer's nostalgia, an opinion poll also due to be published in Sunday's Journal du Dimanche showed 50 per cent of French people thought the single currency had been a bad idea, compared with 35 per cent who approved.
The IFOP-JDD poll, published in the weekly Journal du Dimanche newspaper, showed that 34 percent of respondents were satisfied with Sarkozy's policies, marking a 3 percent rise after three months of consecutive falls.
In the latest twist to a very public family feud told France's Journal du Dimanche.
The IFOP poll published in the weekly Journal du Dimanche showed Sarkozy winning 22 percent of first-round voting intentions, trailing behind the leading opposition Socialist contender Francois Hollande with 26 percent.
The affair may well be ridiculous compared with the destiny of the world, but it touches the heart of the culture of the American government and the IMF," said Claude Askolovitch, the editor of Le Journal du Dimanche at the time.