Act II for France's Macron: getting the majority to govern

Act II for France's Macron: getting the majority to govern

Act II for France's Macron: getting the majority to govern

In early returns, Macron had won an estimated 65 percent of the vote to Le Pen's almost 35 percent, according to the French Interior Ministry. Addressing crowds outside the Pyramide du Louvre, Macron said: "We will not give in to fear, to division, to lies, to a love of decline or defeat" revealing he will do all he can for Le Pen voters to ensure they have no further reason to vote for extremism.

Following the victory, Hollywood reacted with an outpouring of positivity following a run of votes that have seen extremism favoured.

The France Le Pen described to supporters in her National Front party could not be more different. Melenchon has created a new grassroots movement, La France Insoumise (Untamed France), and his candidacy was backed last month by the Communist Party. The election, the most momentous in France's recent history, was about Europe as much as it was about France.

"I congratulate @EmmanuelMacron on his victory in the French presidential election". His improbable path to victory has been extraordinary in that it included dispatching France's two major political parties, the Socialists and the Republicans.

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They are looking to Germany and France, long the drivers of European integration, to find the answers.

President Donald Trump of the USA also said: "Ì look forward to working closely with President-elect Macron in the years ahead as we work together on a progressive agenda to promote global security, increase collaboration in science and technology, and create good, middle class jobs on both sides of the Atlantic".

Though Trump never endorsed Le Pen, in an interview to an American news agency he did say that he thought the attack would "probably help" her.His predecessor Barack Obama had released a video last week backing Macron. Macron had served as economy minister in the outgoing, deeply unpopular government of President Francois Hollande.

Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon and London Mayor Sadiq Khan also took to social media to celebrate Macron's win. Unlike in the United States, the spouses of French leaders have traditionally held more negligible roles in public affairs.

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With 12.1 million voters who did not cast ballots, there were more non-voters than Le Pen voters in Sunday's election.

Braud warned that a high score by his Unbowed rebels, who have vowed to block Macron's labour reforms, could make for an "ungovernable assembly".

In a congratulatory telegram, Mr Putin said he was ready to constructively work together on bilateral, regional and global issues as this was in the fundamental interests of both France and Russian Federation.

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