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French PM to meet interior minister over daughters` parliament summer jobs from Ayman's blog

PARIS (Reuters) - French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve will meet Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux on Tuesday over accusations he employed his daughters for summer jobs while he was a member of parliament, a source in the prime minister`s office said.

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