Born to North African parents, Rachida Dati has risen to become one of the most high profile, yet controversial, female politicians in France. The former presidential advisor served as justice minister under Nicolas Sarkozy, before becoming a Parisian MEP.
As part of the BBC’s 100 Women season, she spoke to Yalda Hakim about women’s rights, the migrant crisis, and why she has no sympathy for Hillary Clinton.
Produced by Kirsty Mackenzie.

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