Raphaël Glucksmann, leader of the opposition Parti Socialiste (Socialist Party) and Place Publique (Public Place) list for the European parliament elections, attends a rally in Lyon, France, May 16, 2019.

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When he won a seat in the European Parliament last year, Raphaël Glucksmann promised something different. His goal was to become "the voice of the voiceless people.”

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Raphaël Glucksmann, leader of the opposition Parti Socialiste (Socialist Party) and Place Publique (Public Place) list for the European Parliament elections, attends a rally in Lyon, France, May 16, 2019.

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