The populist revolt against the elites is playing out across Europe
Right-wing politician Marine Le Pen claimed victory alongside centrist Emmanuel Macron for the French presidential runoff, with the future of the European Union at stake.
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Town is in the middle of Front National territory but many of its voters are alarmed by Marine Le Pen's success
FRENCH PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2017
(CNN)Voters in France have comprehensively snubbed the country's political establishment, sending far-right populist Marine Le Pen and political novice Emmanuel Macron through to the second round of the country's presidential election.
France - Former Rothschild & Cie Banque investment banker; Hollande economy, industry and digital affairs minister Emmanuel Macron is strongly favored to become France's next president.
France - They always support dirty business as usual over anything disrupting continuity.
A state of emergency exists, declared by outgoing President Hollande in November 2015 after the Paris Charlie Hebdo/kosher market false flag attacks.
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France - On April 23, first-round voting for France's next president is scheduled. Polls show Le Pen slightly ahead of her main rivals in a race too close to call.
This week will be dominated by the first round of the French presidential election on Sunday. With the number of undecided voters remaining high, four candidates look set to fight for the two places in the second round on 7 May.
Well, sure. Wouldn't you? The woman is running for the presidency of France. She wants to reverse the tide of immigration in her country, so she must be a racist, and whatever she says or whatever anyone else says in support of her is, automaticall
Despite leading in the polls for Round One, The Express reports that a monumental computer blunder could cost Marine Le Pen the French general election as 500,000 citizens living outside of France have the chance to vote twice.
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France's presidential rivals face off tonight in the second televised candidates debate with the result of the upcoming election on a knife-edge.
Polls show close to 40% of French voters are still undecided. That's a record total this late in the game.