New Delhi | France President Election Result: Emmanuel Macron has won the French presidential election for the second time in a row. After which he will now remain the President for the second consecutive term. According to local media, Emmanuel Macron won the presidential election on Sunday with 58.2 percent of the vote. Celebrations were held at the Eiffel Tower in the joy of his victory. At the same time, all the world leaders including Ukrainian President Zelensky, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi have congratulated him on the victory.
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first french president
Emmanuel Macron has not only registered a victory but has also made another achievement in his name. Emmanuel Macron has also become the first French president to serve a second consecutive term in the last 20 years. Emmanuel also has the distinction of becoming the youngest President of France at the age of 39.
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I want equality between women and men: Emmanuel Macro
After creating history in France, Emmanuel Macron arrived with his family at the Champ de Mars near the Eiffel Tower and sang the national anthem. During this, while addressing the people, Emmanuel Macron said that, I want a fair society. A society where there is equality between women and men. The coming years will certainly be tough, but they will be historic.
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France President Election Result: According to local media, Macron’s rival Marine Le Pen got 41.8 percent of the vote in the presidential election and has accepted his defeat. Penn said his phenomenal performance in the presidential election was a resounding victory in itself.
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