François Fillon


People look at papier-mache figures, dressed up in wedding costumes,... News PhotoArts Culture and Entertainment,Carnival - Celebration Event,City,Clothing,Competition,Conflict,Former,Fort de France,France,François Fillon,French Overseas Territory,Holiday - Event,Horizontal,Jean-François Copé,Martinique,Opposition Party,Parade,People,Prime Minister,Representing,Right-Wing,Sneering,Street,Union for a Popular Movement,WeddingPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPPeople look at papier-mache figures, dressed up in wedding costumes, representing King Vaval and mocking France's right-wing opposition UMP leader Jean-Francois Cope and former prime minister Francois Fillon during the Carnival parade in the streets of Fort-de-France on the French Caribbean island of Martinique, on February 10, 2013. The Carnaval started on February 9, 2013 and will run until Ash Wednesday on February 13, 2013 when Vaval, a giant papier-mache figure symbolizing the king of the carnival, is burned. AFP PHOTO/ JEAN-MICHEL ANDRE (Photo credit should read JEAN-MICHEL ANDRE/AFP/Getty Images)