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France's right-wing UMP opposition militants talk to the press as... News PhotoAnger,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Bid,Campaigner,City,Competition,Conflict,Crisis,Demanding,Demonstration,Discovery,France,Headquarters,Horizontal,Making,Militant Groups,Night,Opposition Party,Paris - France,Political Party,Politics,Right-Wing,Solutions,Supporter,Talking,Union for a Popular MovementPhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPFrance's right-wing UMP opposition militants talk to the press as they stage a protest outside the party headquarters on November 22, 2012 demanding that their party heads 'enter into conclave', cease making press declarations and talk to each other in a bid to find a solution to the governance of the party. UMP was in disarray today as top officials wrangled over the results of a leadership vote that the party admitted may have been flawed. The UMP's top electoral committee said that the results would 'in all likelihood' be different if all the votes were taken into account and asked the party's appeals body to take a decision. AFP PHOTO / KENZO TRIBOUILLARD (Photo credit should read KENZO TRIBOUILLARD/AFP/Getty Images)