The 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. This is reported by the Belgian channel RTBF.
"According to our information, the candidate from the Forward movement Emmanuel Macron is leading in the overseas territories of France, which have already voted (i.e., Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guiana)," the report said.
It is worth noting that in France, the publication of preliminary results and exit polls is possible only after the completion of Sunday voting.
The television channel does not publish Macron's exact result, but it is reporting that he is the undisputed leader in the overseas territories of France, and also gained the majority of the votes of French citizens who previously voted in the United States and Canada.
As you know, centrist Emmanuel Macron and representative of the ultra-right Marin Le Pen take part in the second round of presidential election in France.