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'Like a prison sentence': France's left hesitates over whether to vote
Kingmakers on France's left face a difficult choice on Sunday: voting for Macron -- widely disliked on this wing of French politics -- or abstaining and letting Marine Le Pen into power.
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The president has sweeping powers over the executive and the military.
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"The National Rally continues to scare some French people,” Pascal Perrineau, a professor at Sciences Po Paris, said of Le Pen's far-right political party.
France's Macron and Le Pen face off in presidential debate
French voters will once again head to the polls on Sunday to vote between Macron and Le Pen in the runoff to the French election.
French election: Police and students clash near Sorbonne university
"Everybody hates the police": hundreds of demonstrators clash with police in the streets around the Sorbonne University in Paris, occupied by students protesting against the second round of the presidential election which sees Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen facing off.
French elections: activists disrupt Marine Le Pen's press conference
A member of the "Ibiza collective" was evacuated after disrupting Marine Le Pen's press conference in Paris by holding up a heart-shaped sign with a photo of the Rassemblement National candidate and Vladimir Putin.
Watch: Here's why you should care about France's presidential election
Incumbent Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen have widely different views on how to run the EU's second-largest economy.
Macron stresses 'the difference between living in France and Hungary'
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Macron and Le Pen battle for two visions of France's role in Europe
The far-right leader has moderated her Eurosceptic views recently, but her ideas on the EU remain broadly the same.
France: Anti-fascist activists demonstrate in Rennes
Riot police descend upon Rennes city centre after demonstrations turned violent following the announcement of the results in the first round of France's presidential election.
Watch: How Macron and Le Pen offer very different visions of the EU
Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen will go head-to-head in a run-off election to be France's next president. Where do both stand on the European Union?
France election: Who's who in the race to unseat Macron?
Your guide to some of the leading candidates to be France's next president.
Six takeaways from the first round of France's presidential election
The first round of France's election was marked by the far-right qualifying for the runoff, a collapse of traditional parties and a high abstention rate.
Macron and Le Pen to face off in French presidential election runoff
French President Emmanuel Macron came first in France's presidential election with 27.6% and far-right leader Marine Le Pen came second with 23.4%, according to interior ministry figures.
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Here's what France's presidential candidates propose for the European Union.
French election: cost of living crisis top of voters minds
Soaring food and energy costs are a top concern for many French voters ahead of the first round of the country's presidential poll on Sunday. Euronews' Laurence Alexandrowicz reports.
Voters worry over climate change. So why are the Greens polling badly?
France's Greens are polling at a mere 6% ahead of the country's presidential election on Sunday.
Who will these voters back in France's presidential election?
"For me, politics isn't a career, it's your beliefs."
Are Social Networking platforms making a difference to the French presidential election campaigns?
Seems a lot of door-to-door canvassing has been replaced with YouTube, Twitch, Instagram, and TikTok to reach as many people as possible ahead of the French presidential election. Euronews looks at how effective social platforms are and if they could predict the results of the election.
What do young voters think about France's presidential election?
Euronews spoke to several young people about what they think about politics ahead of France's presidential election on Sunday.
Franco-Italian relations at their best: a look back on the relationship between the two nations
With the appointment of Mario Draghi as Italy’s Prime Minister a new partnership between Italy and France has emerged. Ahead of France’s presidential election we looked back at how bilateral relations between the two countries have changed.
As rivals catch up, Macron holds campaign meeting with great fanfare
Emmanuel Macron listed his achievements during the last five years as he's under fire for paying a consulting group to advise his government.
French far-right candidate under fire as crowd calls Macron 'killer'
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In France's poor suburbs, locals want to be heard without contempt
Locals in Clichy-sous-Bois, a poor suburb of Paris, tell Euronews no one is listening to them.
France's Macron proposes raising retirement age to 65
French President Emmanuel Macron would raise the retirement age to 65 if reelected in April, his government spokesman said.