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#FrancePresElection : It's the end of traditional parties so starting the big challenge LePen-Macron

Emmanuel Macron, little known to the French public just three years ago, is now favourite to win the country's presidency after topping Sunday's first round vote, but faces his biggest challenge yet as he takes on far-right rival Marine Le Pen.
According to an almost-complete count, Macron beat Le Pen by around 24 percent to 22 percent in Sunday's first-round of voting. The two will now face off in the decisive second round in two weeks time.



It was a huge triumph for a 39-year-old never elected to public office who was virtually unknown in France before becoming economy minister three years ago, and only founded his political movement last year.


Emmanuel Macron, little known to the French public just three years ago, is now favourite to win the country's presidency after topping Sunday's first round vote, but faces his biggest challenge yet as he takes on far-right rival Marine Le Pen.


According to an almost-complete count, Macron beat Le Pen by around 24 percent to 22 percent in Sunday's first-round of voting. The two will now face off in the decisive second round in two weeks time.


It was a huge triumph for a 39-year-old never elected to public office who was virtually unknown in France before becoming economy minister three years ago, and only founded his political movement last year.


Macron is widely expected to beat Le Pen with ease in the second round as voters from the left and right rally to prevent the National Front leader from becoming president.

'A new campaign is starting'


                                               


But some analysts warn his task may be more difficult than it appears at first sight.


"It's more complicated than it looks - a new campaign is starting," said Francois Miquet-Marty of pollster Viavoice.


"Marine Le Pen is going to frame this as a face-off between Emmanuel Macron, the candidate of the globalised elite, and herself as the people's candidate," he said. "She has a line of attack that can hit the bullseye."


A former investment banker, Macron was appointed an economic adviser by Socialist president Francois Hollande before becoming economy minister in 2014. He is known for his pro-business and pro-European views.
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