Presidential election in France Not a pen, Makhoi won

Presidential election in France Not a pen, Makhoi won

The first round of voting was held on April 10 in France. Makho got 26.35 percent of the 97 percent votes counted for the service. Long Penn, on the other hand, had 23.98 percent of the vote. In the first round, there were 12 candidates for the presidency. As a rule, the top two candidates in the first round of voting take part in the second round of voting.

Voting begins at 8 a.m. local time yesterday. It ends at 8 pm (12 noon Bangladesh time). The 2016 presidential election saw the lowest turnout in nearly 50 years. This time, the election agency feared that the record might be broken.

This election was important for the French. Because, Marine Lom Penn is considered to be close to Russian President Putin. If he won, France would be a big shock to the whole world; As was the case with Trump’s victory in the US presidential election or the UK’s vote for Brexit.

Hugo Winter is one of those who do not have to worry about voting in this election. According to this salesman in the capital Paris, politicians do not represent the common man.

However, Andre Lallet, a resident of the northern French city of Duai, voted for Makho. His comment, ‘He (Makho) has some faults but also has virtues.’ He also voted for Makhon on April 10.

On the other hand, Pascal Poloin chose Lom Penn out of frustration with Makho. “I am really disappointed,” said a resident of the village of Suele, near the town of Lon Manas in northwestern France. Nothing good is happening in France year after year. Makho did nothing for the middle class. The gap between the rich and the rich is widening. ‘

Analysts believe that Makho’s performance in the second term will not be happy at all. Protests may start due to various pro-business plans taken by him. Apart from this, the first big challenge in the coming days will be to win the parliamentary elections next June to retain the majority of one’s own party.

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