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Macron on track to be French president to win re-election in 20 years

Macron is expected to easily defeat his right-wing pro-Russian opponent Marine Le Pen in Sunday's (April 24) general election and become the first French president in 20 years to win re-election. policy. According to CNBC, Reuters and other foreign reports, according to exit polls and various forecasts, Macron, who founded the centrist liberal party in France, is expected to win 58% of the vote in the second and final round of voting, belonging to the far-right populist party "National League". Le Bon of the National Rally will lose with 42% of the vote. After the exit polls were released, Le Bon gave a speech to supporters in Paris on the 24th to accept the defeat, saying that the election was still a "victory" for the political movement she led, and that she will focus on the congressional re-election in June. Macron said in the evening that he would definitely try to address the angry issues of Le Bon supporters, saying that he was no longer the candidate of one camp, but the president of the whole nation, promising that no one would feel ignored.
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