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French Deputy Jean-Marie Le Guen, a doctor and the health specialist for the PS Socialist Party, called on Sunday for a parliamentary inquiry into the "fiasco" of the swine flu vaccination campaign and "vaccination politics," according to Le Parisien. 

The demand comes among growing criticism of the French government's handling of the swine flu vaccination campaign. 

Professor Bernard Debré, UMP deputy, said that the "principle of precaution has been pushed to extreme stupidity" during the campaign. 
He estimated that France had bought 50 to 70 million swine flu jabs too many as well as a third of world's reserves of Tamiflu, and the total cost of the swine flu campaign could come to 2 billion euros. 

Professor Marc Gentilini, specialist for infectious diseases and former president of the Red Cross criticised the way the government had not been willing to enter into a real "dialogue" about the low risk of the swine flu virus.

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