The night Macron defeated Le Pen again at the Elysée gates

In France, the night is one of victory for Emmanuel Macron. The liberal candidate was re-elected with 58.2% of the votes, against 41.8% for Marine Le Pen, from the extreme right, data, however, still provisional.

On the Champ de Mars, one of the largest green spaces in Paris, in front of the Eiffel Tower, the atmosphere of this election night was one of a huge party.

The French President arrived at the Champs de Mars, to the sound of the European Union’s anthem of joy. At the moment of their entry, emotion was visible on the faces of the French and there were still those who could not contain their tears.

A Renaissance was on the ground and spoke with Ana Martins, head of the French Minister of Territorial Cohesion’s office, who explained the main reason that makes her support Macron.

“I am a supporter of Emmanuel Macron because he was the only candidate in the second round to have a policy that is not anti-children of emigrants and Portuguese descendants, in particular. That is the reason why I am deeply anti-Marine Le Pen”, he began by saying.

Despite this, there are other reasons that our interviewee listed next: “The program of Emmanuel Macron, in addition to openness to the world, economic liberalism, the fact that he is playing a super important role in Europe as well”.

then the Renaissance asked how Ana Martins would define Emmanuel Macron’s next term in 3 words. The answer was peremptory: difficult, difficult and very difficult.

“I say this with irony, but to tell the truth I’m a little sad today because despite Emmanuel Macron having won, Marine Le Pen has progressed a lot and that doesn’t leave good expectations, neither for the legislative, nor for the next presidential ones”, defended .

The head of the French Minister of Territorial Cohesion’s cabinet later found that, in 2027, Macron can no longer be re-elected, as he can only serve two terms in a row and that this could eventually bring changes to the country.

“There will be no other Emmanuel Macron in 2027. He cannot serve more than two successive terms, so there will be the question of his descent”, stressing that it will be important to understand “how he is going to prepare the party to have another candidate” .

According to our interviewee, from now on, it will be equally important to understand how traditional parties will once again assume the roles of government or opposition parties.

For his part, Jerome Leroy, 45, also revealed that he was against Marine Le Pen in this election.

“I had the choice between the two and I do not support Marine Le Pen at all. It is truly a mobilization against Marine Le Pen. I am happy with what Macron has done in the last 5 years”, explained the French citizen, who led the election night with his 6-year-old son, so that he too could attend this “historic night for the future of France”.

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