Anne Sinclair’s ‘woman of the year’ award is a repulsive deceit

Of all the achievements of Gallic womanhood in 2011, it would be difficult to beat Christine Lagarde becoming the first female head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Whatever you think about her rightwing economics, the 55-year-old academics’ daughter from Le Havre built her outstandingly successful career alone. She rarely mentions her current partner – an all but invisible Corsican businessman called Xavier Giocanti – while her divorced husband and two adult sons are similarly excluded from her public profile.

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One Comment on “Anne Sinclair’s ‘woman of the year’ award is a repulsive deceit”

  1. Rafiq A. Tschannen
    December 29, 2011 at 12:08 pm #

    Well, apparently the majority of the French did not agree! (that it is a deceit). And it seems that not only the French Men but many French women must have also voted for Ms. Sinclair. Let’s face it: She is extra-ordinary the way she ‘bears’ and ‘accepts’ the behavior of her husband… while Mrs. Lagarde is just ‘doing her job’ …

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