Elections in France. Macron first won 58.2% of the vote Elections in France

Emmanuel Macron is the big winner of this Sunday’s French election. Despite the growth of the far right, represented in this second round by Marine Le Pen, the newest president in French history is renewing his mandate, according to initial predictions, with 58.2 per cent of the vote. The far right will reach historic value in the presidential election when Marine Le Pen won 41.8 percent of the vote in the second round.

The first forecasts point to Emmanuel Macron’s profit of 58.2 percent. Le Pen earns 41.8 percent of the French television station France Télévisions, Radio France and France24, according to Ipsos-Sopra Steria, writes Le Monde, who also speaks of a “blast of joy” for Macron supporters. focused on Champ-de-Mars.

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