Incumbent President Emmanuel Macron scored 56% in the second round of the French presidential election, according to the Interior Ministry’s announcement following the completion of the vote count.

Macron’s rival, far-right National Rally party leader Marine Le Pen, received 43%. The Constitutional Council will add up the final results in the middle of the week.

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Two people were killed in Paris amid election protests on Sunday evening after police fired at a vehicle, following a refusal to comply, AFP news agency reported. The vehicle reportedly tried to run the officers over at Pont Neuf, leading to one of them fired his weapon.

The driver and one passenger died; another sitting in the back seat was injured. The driver reportedly stopped at the request of the police, but during the check, he suddenly took off and drove towards the officers.

According to the media, one of the police officers shot with a rifle several times in self defense. The incident occurred during protests in multiple French cities, including Paris, which followed the second round of the presidential election in France.

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Macron pledged to address voters’ ‘rage’ after police clash with protesters to get the protesters of the streets in Paris. French President Emmanuel Macron, says to become a leader for all people and to effectively address the rage and discord of Le Pen’s electorate.

In a victory speech, which he delivered from the Mars Field in central Paris with the Eiffel tower in the background, Macron said that he is not anymore a candidate of one camp.

In his relatively short, but emotional, speech Macron promised to make France a great green country, to work on strengthening the EU, to fight for gender equality and against social injustice, to support the economy, and to encourage investments and creativity.

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Meanwhile the discord Macron was talking about was not long in coming. Shortly before the president’s speech, police used tear gas to disperse a crowd of young men apparently protesting against his victory in the central Paris neighborhood of Chatelet.

There have also been reports of protests in other French cities. However, Marine Le Pen, was clearly pleased with her election results, which can be seen as an improvement over 2017, when she got just under 34% in the second round of the election.

She called her achievement a shining victory in itself and said that she had no resentment or bitterness as a great wind of freedom could have risen over the country.

RT. com / ABC Flash Point News 2022.

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BOJOBODO
BOJOBODO
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25-04-22 13:26

Never seen so much happiness by people after winning by 58% votes. I mean so much love that police had to kill 2 of them!!

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Reply to  BOJOBODO
25-04-22 13:31

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Senator Black
Senator Black
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25-04-22 13:27

So Macron promised to rally France around an agenda of war, inflation, green nonsense, energy shortfalls, and sodomy.

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Reply to  Senator Black
25-04-22 13:30

A new form of EU Diplomacy, it might catch on, especially with the new intake of Azov immigrants all wanting a job.

Makedonija
Makedonija
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25-04-22 13:28

Elections in France are no different to Elections in Germany 1933, Australia 2019, or US 2019. This masonic banking fraud has to be torched and burned to the ground.

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Reply to  Makedonija
25-04-22 13:29

Government represent Satan.