Emmanuel Macron will become France’s next president, according to exit estimates compiled by Elabe for CNN’s French affiliate BFM. CNN’s Melissa Bell explains how he achieved that.
Former President Barack Obama endorsed French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron in a recorded message to the French people.
France is about to pick a new president. C’est bien, you say, but you’re still recovering from the tectonic shifts of 2016. (Brexit! Trump!) You really should pay attention, though. One of Europe’s most important countries will end up being run either by a far-right leader, Marine Le Pen, or someone who’s never held elected […]
French voters headed to the polls Sunday for the final act in one of the most tumultuous presidential election campaigns in the country’s history.
France has voted in the first round of balloting for a new president following a divisive and unpredictable campaign that had 11 names on the ballot.
A presidential election in France is not usually the sort of thing that I would tell you to pay attention to. After all, it’s hard enough to convince people that they should pay attention to elections in this country.
Polls have closed in France’s bitterly divisive presidential election. Early projections suggest Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen have made it through to the second round runoff