Polling stations abroad open in French presidential election runoff

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French citizens abroad have begun voting in the second round of the presidential election, one day before those in France vote on Sunday.

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French citizens abroad have begun voting in the second round of the Presidential election, one day before Metropolitan France votes on Sunday.

The choice is the same as the one last time French citizens chose their president in 2017: Emmanuel Macron of En Marche, or Marine Le Pen of the National Rally.

Official election activities ended on Friday evening. There can be no more campaigning, interviews or polls before the preliminary results are released at 8 pm CET on Sunday.

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