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LDuring a visit to Cergy-Pontoise in the northwest of the Ile-de-France region, President Emmanuel Macron was the target of shells before being taken away safely by his security team.
Emmanuel Macron was re-elected president on Sunday, garnering 57.6 to 58.5% of the vote against Marine Le Pen (41.5-42.4%), according to preliminary estimates, offset a clear victory by a significant margin between the far right and the far right. High abstinence (28%). Marine Le Pen hailed a “brilliant victory” over failure. The National Rally candidate confirmed that he would continue his “commitment to France.”
Emmanuel Macron became the first outgoing president at the age of 44, since he was elected by direct universal suffrage in 1962. Still chanted by crises, from the “yellow underwear” to the Govt, it puts the country in a continuum of its key economic orientations, its role in the EU and international relations.
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