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French Prime minister Francois Fillon (C) visits the project of the 'Cité du Cinéma' (City of the Cinema) with Seine-Saint-Denis deputy Patrick Braouzec (2ndL), Saint-Ouen mayor Jacqueline Rouillon (2ndR), Seine-Saint-Denis' prefect Christian Lambert (R) and publicist Christophe Lambert (L) as part of the 'Grand Paris' (the'Greater Paris') project on January 16, 2012 in Saint-Denis, outside Paris. The French National Assembly on December 1, 2009 passed a bill setting in motion a master plan to create a 'Greater Paris' with a new 40-station metro line connecting the capital to its gritty suburbs. The legislation outlining the 21-billion-euro (32-billion-dollar) infrastructure project was adopted by a vote of 299 to 216 and is due to go before the Senate for final approval in February. AFP PHOTO BERTRAND GUAY (Photo credit should read BERTRAND GUAY/AFP/Getty Images)
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French Prime minister Francois Fillon (C) visits the project of the 'Cité du Cinéma' (City of the Cinema) with Seine-Saint-Denis deputy Patrick Braouzec (2ndL), Saint-Ouen mayor Jacqueline Rouillon (2ndR), Seine-Saint-Denis' prefect Christian Lambert (R) and publicist Christophe Lambert (L) as part of the 'Grand Paris' (the'Greater Paris') project on January 16, 2012 in Saint-Denis, outside Paris. The French National Assembly on December 1, 2009 passed a bill setting in motion a master plan to create a 'Greater Paris' with a new 40-station metro line connecting the capital to its gritty suburbs. The legislation outlining the 21-billion-euro (32-billion-dollar) infrastructure project was adopted by a vote of 299 to 216 and is due to go before the Senate for final approval in February. AFP PHOTO BERTRAND GUAY (Photo credit should read BERTRAND GUAY/AFP/Getty Images)
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