Macron won the president elections in France

Sunday, 7 May, 2017 - 21:01

According to preliminary data, the head of the En Marche movement, globalist Macron won the second round of the French presidential election with 65,9 % of the vote.

In the first round (April 23), turnout was 77.77%, Le Pen received 21.30% of the vote, Macron 24.01%. It should be noted that after Le Pen's release in the second round, many liberal editions, ministers, politicians, including the president, called on citizens to vote for Macron (in order to avoid Le Pen coming to power), an information war of colossal proportions was launched against Marine Le Pen.

Tomorrow all parties will begin the preparations for the parliamentary elections in France, which will be held on 11 and 18 June. At the moment, Macron is unlikely to get a parliamentary majority, which will severely limit his power (for example, the parliament can ask for the resignation of the minister appointed by Macron), and the leader of the party / coalition that will win the parliamentary majority can become be the prime minister.