Emmanuel Macron wins French elections with 65% of votes

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Representative of the ultra-right Marine Le Pen gathered 34% of the votes
20:57, 7 May 2017

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Emmanuel Macron won in the presidential election in France, 65.5% of voters voted for him. Such preliminary data was published by the local edition of le Figaro.

In turn, for Marine Le Pen voted about 34% of voters.

According to AFP, the number of votes for Macron varies between 65.5% and 66.1%, and for Le Pen - between 33.9% and 34.5%

Official data will be published on May 11.

Meanwhile, Macron's headquarters reported that Le Pen had already called him and admitted her defeat, reports AFP on Twitter.

As you know, today in France the second round of presidential elections was held, during which the French elected between the centrist Emmanuel Macron and representative of the ultra-right Marine Le Pen.

Earlier we reported that candidate for the presidency of France and the leader of Forward movement Emmanuel Macron won the majority of votes in the second round of presidential elections on the results of voting in the overseas territories, which was held on Saturday.

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