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100 Women: The Interviews



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Born into an impoverished French/Moroccan Muslim family, the rise of Rachida Dati to high office has been remarkable. A former French minister of justice, she's now a member of the European Parliament. And yet Rachida Dati is never far from controversy. She's made a career of challenging the comfortable ways of the French establishment, and she remains a tough right-wing voice in politics. Single motherhood has kept this politician in the public eye and pitched her against the values of her family. For this special edition of the BBC's 100 Women season, Rachida Dati speaks in depth to Yalda Hakim.


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