On April 10, the first round of the French elections for the Elysée will take place. Twelve candidates are totalled, The real mystery is who accompanies France’s president? Emmanuel MacronThe favorite to be elected leader of the Republic is -running as the last battle in round two. The most likely scenarioHis opponent is Marine Le Pen, the deputy of National Association. He is the second most popular candidate in the polls.
The 2017 scheme would thus be repeated. Despite the presidency’s advantage, the president’s ranks are not called to lower their guard.: Macron would have warned his close friends and advisers to be careful with Le Pen.
The country’s leadership is a dream of eight men and four ladies. Along with Macron and Le Pen, the conservative Valérie Pécresse, the far-right Éric Zemmour, the leftist leader Jean-Luc Mélenchon, the socialist Anne Hidalgo, mayor of Paris, and the environmentalist Yannick Jadot.
The candidate has plenty to say about the last hour on social media, following an image she uploaded to her Instagram account. She is seen with a black woman in the photo. In the caption she wrote, “Thanks for your welcome.”
His right hand rests on his right shoulder. It is not touching much, of course. It is implied that there is a gesture by the forced smile.As if he did not want to touch her.
Le Parisien published a survey that indicated that abstention could reach 33%. This would be a record for a presidential election. It was 21.3% for the first round in 2017 and 20.5% in 2012.
In the event that the second round takes place next Sunday, according to a survey by the Ipsos and Sopra Steria polling institutes, Macron would win whether he faced Le Pen (58%) or Mélenchon (62%), who is third in voting intentions (14.5%).
Compared to Macron, “it does not seem that there are real options for the rest of the candidates. (…) In reality the problem is the populists, it is difficult to see them in power”, maintains the young Frenchman, who emphasizes despite everything that the head of state does not seem “very involved” in these elections.
“I don’t have the impression that Macron has many rivals. He is way ahead. I think he will win the elections,” a French woman in her twenties tells EFE who says she has not yet decided on his vote, but points out that he will place ecology “ahead of anything else.”
Another young man claims that international news has taken over the campaign. “People think about covid, Ukraine and the economic situation. People also believe Macron will win, so it isn’t very interesting to watch the election.