'Marseille is cut in two': France’s election identity crisis

Iman Amrani visits France’s second biggest city to meet the inhabitants of two housing estates with opposing cultural and political identities. Disillusioned voters have turned to the far left and the far right for answers in the most divisive election in a generation. Rising resentment towards the political class has resulted in non-traditional candidates dominating the election. With the faultlines in French society revealed, how should such a divided country be represented?

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