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Macron and Le Pen advance to the second round of the French electionND


The Economist, 23rd of April 2017

The French first round vote resulted in Emmanuel Macron (pro-EU centrist) and Marine Le Pen (far right member (or not) of the National Front) continuing to the final round of the French election. Macron is seen as pro-establishment serving the economy minister under Francois Hollande, but running as an independent, gaining 23.7 per cent of the vote while Marine Le Pen, the daughter of Jean-Marie Le Pen who previously made it to the final vote against Jacques Chirac and anti-immigration proponent gained 21.9 per cent of the ballot.

Macron goes into the second vote as a ‘firm favourite’ with polls predicting he will beat Le Pen by 20 points in a head-to-head contest. Although recent results (Brexit, Trump) show polls should not be trusted as an absolute.

For more information see: www.economist.com

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