In France, as in the 2017 presidential elections again Emmanuel Macron The current president and sovereign right Navy Luban The second round of voting is expected to be contested, MTI writes.
Macron took 27.6 percent of the vote, with Le Pen garnering 23.41 percent of the vote, according to data released by the French Interior Ministry on Monday, with a turnout of 97 percent on Sunday. So the two reached the second round on April 24.
In third place, 21.95 percent of the radical left Jean-Luc Melenchon Been completed. According to the Ministry of the Interior Eric ZemmourThe radical publisher became political 7.05 per cent of the center-right Valerie Pecres 4.79 percent Yannick Gadot Green Party candidate 4.58 percent Ann Hidalgo The mayor of the Socialist Party of Paris received 1.73 per cent.
The voter turnout was 74 percent, according to Ipsos, a polling company.
Jadot, Hidalgo and Pécresse announced that they will support Macron in the second round and Zemmour that they will support Le Pent.
Melenchon said before the vote that he would first consult with his constituents, only after announcing who was behind him in the second round. But he called on his supporters not to vote for Le Pen in the second round.
The polling company Ifop has already given an estimate of how the result will turn out in the second round: according to it, Macron will beat Le Pent by no less than 51-49.
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