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Economy

Centrist candidate and former minister of economy Emmanuel Macron and far-right candidate Marine Le Pen on Sunday came out on top in the first round of the French presidential election, according to projections by several pollsters. "Either we continue on the path of complete deregulation, with no borders and no protection. mass immigration and free movement of terrorists. or you choose France", she added.
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    Le Pen also met recently with Russian President Vladimir Putin and would push for lifting sanctions against Moscow over the conflict in Ukraine. Police and security forces quickly forced them into police vans, confiscating their signs. "I haven't arrived at any candidate in particular who could advance things", she said. Far-left candidate Nathalie Arthaud cast her ballot soon after in the Paris suburb of Pantin.
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    If, as most analysts expect, he emerges as the victor of the second round of the election, he will face the task of forging relations with Trump, a politician who temperamentally and philosophically has more in common with Le Pen. It was the euro's highest level since November 10, the day after the results of the USA presidential election. Some 300 people gathered at a peaceful protest at nearby Place de la Republique, waving red flags and dancing around the flames of a bonfire.
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    In fifth place, far behind the four most popular candidates, is socialist Benoit Hamon , with 6.2 per cent of the votes, followed by Gaullist Nicolas Dupont-Aignan with about 5 per cent, just over the threshold needed for a candidate to have his campaign costs reimbursed by the national government.