Emmanuel Macron France: The results of the French presidential election have been announced. Incumbent President Emmanuel Macron has won a two-stage election. Macron has defeated Marine Le Pen.
The current President of France, Emmanuel Macron, has once again had the opportunity to serve as President. Macron received 58.2 per cent of the vote. In this election, Marine Le Pen was against him. Emmanuel Macron defeated Marine Le Pen to become France's second president. According to pre-election estimates, Macron has received votes. Marine Le Pen received 41.8 per cent of the vote. Twelve candidates had filed nominations for the post of President. However, the main battle was between Macron and Penn.
Following the victory of Emmanuel Macron, his supporters started the Eiffel Tower celebrations. The final results were announced on a large screen at Champ de Mars Park in the Eiffel Tower. After this, Macron supporters cheered and congratulated each other. Macron's supporters celebrated with flags from France and the European Union.
Congratulations from Boris Johnson
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, has tweeted congratulations to Emmanuel Macron in English and French. "Congratulations on your re-election as President of France," Johnson wrote. France is our closest and most important ally. "We will work together on important issues to both countries and the world," Johnson said.
Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi has called Macron's victory "good news for Europe." So, the Prime Minister of Spain, Pedro Sanchez, reacted with the victory of democracy, the victory of Europe. European Union countries have also congratulated Macron on his victory. Ukrainian President Vododimir Zelensky has also congratulated Emmanuel Macron on his victory. Macron is a true friend of Ukraine. Zelensky tweeted: "I believe we can win together and move forward to make Europe stronger and more united."
Emmanuel Macron has a lot to do after the victory. The war in Ukraine reminds us that we are going through sorrow. Macron said France needed to speak out. Macron has become the first French President to win a presidential election in 20 years.