Voters on French president's first year
It is exactly a year since Francois Hollande was elected as France's first socialist president in 17 years.
He marks the anniversary as the most unpopular French leader for more than five decades amidst fears the country is on the brink of a recession.
The BBC's Maddy Savage travelled to Paris to discuss Mr Hollande's impact with a supporter and a critic.
- From the section Europe