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Le Pen leads with 27.07% of votes after 60% of ballots counted


Marine Le Pen after the announcement of the preliminary results of the first round of the French presidential electionPARIS, Apr 10The leader of the right-wing National Rally party, Marine Le Pen, according to the results of counting more than 60% of the votes, is leading in the first round of the presidential election, maintaining a minimal lead over the incumbent President Emmanuel Macron, according to data from the French Ministry of the Interior. Le Pen is gaining 27.07% of the vote, Macron – 26 .93%. In third place is Jean-Luc Mélenchon, head of the leftist France Insubordinate party (18.72%), in fourth place is the far-right candidate, founder of the Reconquest party, Eric Zemmour (6.71), in fifth is the candidate from the center-right party ” Republicans” Valerie Pekress (4.68%). The first round of presidential elections in France

On Sunday, the first round of presidential elections is held in France, 12 candidates apply for the highest state post.

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On Sunday, the first round of presidential elections is held in France, 12 candidates are running for the highest state post.

The French will have to elect a head of state for a five-year term.

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The French will have to elect a head of state for a five-year term.

The right to be elected President of France is open to capable citizens who have reached the age of 18 and exercise their civil and political rights.

The right to be elected President of France is for capable citizens who have reached the age of 18, enjoying their civil and political rights.

If in the first round none of the candidates receives an absolute majority of votes, there will be a second. In the history of the Fifth Republic, not a single presidential election was held in one round.

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If no candidate wins an absolute majority in the first round, a second one will be held. In the history of the Fifth Republic, not a single presidential election was held in one round.

According to polls, Emmanuel Macron and the leader of the far-right party "National Rally&# 34; Marine Le Pen.

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According to polls, Emmanuel Macron and the leader of the far-right party "National Rally" Marine Le Pen.

At the same time, a number of experts believe that the outcome of the first round is not at all predetermined, given that, according to polls, 29% of the French said a few days before the elections that they would go to vote , but have not yet decided who they will support.

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At the same time, a number of experts believe that the outcome of the first round is not at all predetermined, given that, according to polls, 29% of the French said a few days before the elections that they would go to vote, but had not yet decided who they would support.

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Turnout may also affect the results of the first round. Political scientists fear that it could be a record low.

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Turnout may also affect the results of the first round. Political scientists fear that it could be a record low.

The candidate from the "Socialists" Anne Hidalgo.

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The "Socialists&#34 candidate cast her first vote in Paris ; Anne Hidalgo.

Far-left leader "Unruly France" Jean-Luc Mélenchon stood in line among other voters to cast his vote and had a brief chat with the French who were at the polling station at the time.

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Leader of the extreme left party "Unruly France" Jean-Luc Mélenchon stood in line among the other voters to cast his vote and had a brief conversation with the French who were at the polling station at the time.

French far-right presidential candidate Eric Zemmour's vote passed with a large crowd of journalists.

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French far-right presidential candidate Eric Zemmour voted in front of a large crowd of journalists.

Toward noon, large queues of those wishing to vote lined up at various polling stations.

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Closer to at noon, large queues of those wishing to vote lined up at different polling stations.

Marine Le Pen, after casting her vote in the French presidential election, took pictures and interacted with voters for some time.

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Marine Le Pen, having cast her vote in the presidential elections in France, took pictures and talked with voters for some time.

Macron was the last of the candidates to vote in the first round.

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Macron was the last candidate to vote in the first round.

Polling stations will be open throughout France from 8.00 to 19.00, some municipalities may close them later at 20.00.

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Polling stations will be open throughout France from 8.00 to 19.00, some municipalities may close them later at 20.00.

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On Sunday, the first round of presidential elections is held in France, 12 candidates are running for the highest state post.

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The French will have to elect a head of state for a five-year term.

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The right to be elected president of France is for capable citizens who have reached the age of 18, enjoy their civil and political rights.

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If none of the candidates receives an absolute majority of votes in the first round, a second one will be held. In the history of the Fifth Republic, not a single presidential election was held in one round.

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According to polls, Emmanuel Macron and the leader of the extreme right party "National Rally" Marine Le Pen.

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At the same time, a number of experts believe that the outcome of the first round is not at all predetermined, given that, according to polls, 29% of the French said a few days before the elections, that they will go to vote, but have not yet decided who they will support.

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Turnout may also affect the results of the first round. Political scientists fear that it could be a record low.

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The candidate from the "Socialists" Anne Hidalgo.

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Leader of the extreme left party "Unruly France" Jean-Luc Mélenchon stood in line among other voters to cast his vote and had a brief conversation with the French who were at the polling station at the time.

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French far-right presidential candidate voting Eric Zemmura passed with a large crowd of journalists.

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Toward noon, large queues of those wishing to vote lined up at various polling stations.

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Marine Le Pen , having cast her vote in the presidential elections in France, for some time she was photographed and communicated with voters.

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Macron was the last of the candidates to vote in the first round.

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Polling stations will be open throughout France from 8.00 to 19.00, some municipalities may close them later at 20.00.

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