Christiane Taubira, who served as justice minister in the last Socialist government, formally announced her intention to run for French president in an already crowded race.
“I am a candidate,” Taubira said in a speech in Lyon, weeks after first touting a possible plan to run. “I have been meeting with the French, with you, in your daily lives. We must reinvigorate our democracy.”
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