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organised by the Committee on December 18. The same day the far Left also held a separate rally demanding the release of the arrested activists. The agitation of the French soldiers has led to deep fissures in the national political spectrum bringing into sharper relief the shades of differences among the far Left, traditional Left, Centre, Right and the ultra-Right positions. The new 'pragmatic' orientation of the French Communist Party's policies can pay the desired electoral dividends in future only if it helps the party consolidate its left base and gain grounds among the centrists. The army agitation, however, is acting as a centrifugal force and, thus, tending to queer the Communist Party's pitch

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