French Presidential Elections 2017: What You Need To Know And Why It Matters
Vladimir PutinJean-Marie Le Pen
Friday, 21 April 2017 () France is about to choose a new president in its most contentious electoral race in living memory – the results could have far-reaching effects on the European Union (EU) and the rest of the world.
Never have international eyes watched a French election so closely. Post Trump and Brexit, the world is both fascinated and...
Far-right nationalist Marine Le Pen and political novice Emmanuel Macron have made it to the second round of the French presidential elections. With nearly 47 million ballots counted, Le Pen and Macron are set for a run-off vote on May 7. Le Pen's Front National party secured 21.6 percent of the...
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Never say cat before you have it in the bag ― the run-off still has to be won ― but we can sigh in relief after Emmanuel Macron beat Marine Le Pen 24.01% to... Huffington Post - WorldAlso reported by •Wall Street Journal