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French President Emmanuel Macron will win France’s presidential runoff Sunday, in keeping with French polling projections.
Macron confronted off in opposition to right-wing rival Marine Le Pen, who conceded quickly after projections have been launched.
Polling company Ipsos reveals Macron won 58.2% of the vote to Le Pen’s 41.8% of the vote.
Macron was first elected France’s president 2017, turning into the nation’s youngest president on the age of 39.
He’s the primary French president in 20 years to win a second time period, since Jacques Chirac in 2002.
Worldwide leaders despatched congratulatory messages on social media to Macron following the projections and Le Pen conceding, together with from UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Fee President Ursula von der Leyen.
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The Related Press contributed to this report.