Le Pen beaten by Macron in Presidential elections: new president is chosen but still country remains divided

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Le Pen beaten by Macron in Presidential elections: new president is chosen but still country remains divided

On 23rd April 2017, French presidential elections were held, which resulted in a run-off between 2 top candidates, name “Marine Le pen” and “Emmanuel Macron”. On 7th May 2017, because of decisive margin Emmanuel Macron won the elections and elected as the new French president. Now on 11th and 18th June 2017, legislative elections will be held to elect the members of National assembly.

Unlike traditional French elections this election is held in random manner. Le Pen conceded immediate defeat and it has been speculated that Macron is elected on decisive margin. French interior Ministry has reported that Le Pen is defeated by Macron with the ratio of 66.03% to 33.94%. On 10th May official results regarding these presidential elections will be announced.

One thing most important because of which first round of these Presidential elections occur was 2015 “Paris Attack” in November.

This Presidential win of Macron is hailed because of the supporters like Brexit vote. This win has also the resemblance like Donald’s Trump victory in Presidential elections.

Well in this entire situation all the things are not still confirmed and there is a feeling of dispute all over the country. Manifesto promises will not be fulfilled by Macron if he is lacking support of majority in next month legislative elections. World leaders such as Justin Trudeau, Theresa May and Donald Trump has congratulated this new elected French President. This seems that he is going to get good support in near future.

From sources it has been found that warm conversation held between British Prime Minister and Macron. On Macron’s Victory financial markets has mute response.

Well! Presidents of all other countries have congratulated Macron on his success. So on his victory there are mixed responses.