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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.
French electorate in the UK declines
The French consulate, at one point, said the number of French people living in the UK was greater than three hundred thousand. In the last three years, the official figures show a decline of more than 40,000. People who’ve decided they’re better off living outside the UK.
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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.
Franco-Italian relations at their best: a look back on the relationship between the two nations
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Germany eyes French election hoping to protect bilateral cooperation
The hope in Berlin’s government circles is for Macron’s re-election and a continuation of the groundwork that’s been laid with the new German Chancellor.
Meet the extrovert billionaire bidding to be Czech's next president
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Steinmeier elected for second term as German president
A special parliamentary assembly met on Sunday, electing Steinmeier as president for another five-year term.
Voting to choose Italy's next president goes into a fourth day
Beginning Thursday, a president can be elected with a simple majority, or 505 votes, raising the pressure on leaders to reach a deal.
Italy casts mostly blank ballots in 1st round of presidential election
Lawmakers and regional electors cast mostly blank ballots in the first round of Italy's presidential election amid a political stalemate.
Voting begins in Italian presidential election amid COVID-19 pandemic
Italy's next president will have an important role in acting as a neutral referee among the various parties — as Italy struggles to emerge from the pandemic — and will work to enact reforms to help the recovery and boost economic growth.
Leftist millennial vows to remake Chile after historic win
At 35, Boric will become Chile’s youngest modern president when he takes office in March.
Pecresse and Ciotti vie for French right-wing presidential nomination
France’s main right-wing political party, the Républicains, picked two candidates to advance to a second-round as party members pick their presidential candidate.
French right-wing party to choose candidate for presidential election
Five candidates are vying to become the presidential candidate for France's Les Républicains party.
Xiomara Castro wins Honduran presidential vote after rival concedes
Honduras' ruling party conceded defeat on Tuesday in presidential elections held two days earlier, giving victory to leftist opposition candidate Xiomara Castro.
Far-right candidate Jose Antonio Kast takes lead in Chile's elections
Ultra-conservative Jose Antonio Kast and left-wing former student activist Gabriel Boric will run in the second round for the Chilean presidency next month.
Uzbekistan leader wins second term in 'not truly competitive' election
Uzbekistan’s President Shavkat Mirziyoyev has won re-election with 90% of the vote, preliminary results showed on Monday.
Why is no one stepping forward to be Estonia's next president?
Critics say because the parliament elects Estonia's president, political calculations are being put before anything else.
Mexico marks 500th anniversary of Spanish conquest of Aztec empire
President Obrador wants Spain to apologise for the conquest that caused the near-extermination of its indigenous peoples but Spain has refused.
Macron warns against Turkish 'interference' in French election
French President Emmanuel Macron said in a television interview that Ankara would try to meddle in France's 2022 election.
Brazil judge dismisses Lula convictions, paving way for election run
The ruling opens the way for a showdown with far-right incumbent Jair Bolsonaro in next year’s elections.
Twitter, Facebook muzzle Trump amid Capitol violence
In an unprecedented step, Twitter and Facebook on Wednesday temporarily blocked President Donald Trump after he repeatedly posted false accusations about the integrity of the election
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Polls open in Central African Republic elections amid fears of unrest
Former president Francois Bozize, who has returned from exile, has been accused of allying himself with armed groups to destabilise the country ahead of national elections.
Kosovo to hold unprecedented early election after court ruling
The country's constitutional court ruled that fresh elections were needed after invaliding the current government installed in June. The lawmaker who cast the deciding vote in its favour to rule the country is now in prison.
Trump meets with Republican lawmakers in last bid to block Biden's win
Having failed to prove electoral fraud in 50 lawsuits, as well as having two cases thrown out by the Supreme Court, Donald Trump is making one last-ditch attempt to overturn the election results in Congress.
Are individual acts of defiance replacing mass protests in Belarus?
Huge anti-Lukashenko protests have been held for months in Belarus, with little to show. Are demonstrators now changing tack?
Polls open in Burkina Faso elections marred by threats from Jihadists
While polling officials say the election is running smoothly, voters in some parts of the country have been threatened by Jihadists not to cast their vote.