France's right-wing opposition party accused of shady deals with events firm

Party boss Jean-François Copé, whose friends run the company, dismisses claims as politically motivated on eve of Euro elections.

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A French newspaper has accused the country's main opposition party, the UMP, of paying nearly 20 million euros to a communications company run by associates close to party president Jean-François Copé, reports RFI.