Emmanuel Macron won handily in France’s presidential election at the weekend, securing two-thirds of the vote. Next month, he faces an even more daunting election challenge — winning a majority in the parliamentary elections. Without control of Parliament, he will struggle to deliver the wide-ranging economic reforms he’s promised. It won’t just be the French […]
His victory may signify a rejection of Marine Le Pen, the far-right candidate, instead of support for him.
The centrist, pro-European Union candidate has a strong lead in the polls.
The two finalists offer markedly different policies on the European Union.