French President Macron for the second time

French President Macron for the second time

Macron has been re-elected for a second term as President of France. Macron won 80 percent of the vote in the final round. Right-wing leader Marine Le Pen received 40 percent of the vote. Our correspondent from Paris, France, Ullas Ashiq Ahmed, quoted local media as saying.

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Earlier in the day, the final round of the French presidential election was held on Sunday morning, local time. However, the local election office said that the voter turnout was relatively low in this election.

For the first time since 2002, President Macron has been elected twice in a row. Despite winning the first round, analysts said it would be difficult for incumbent President Macron to win the second round. But all the speculations proved false and he snatched the victory quite well.

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