the international reactions after the Emanuel Macron show

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By 58.2% of the vote, according to estimates of the second round of the Prime Minister’s Village, Emmanuel Macron became President of the French Republic. Conductors on the salute reconduction for five years in the Elysee. The first reactions are from the European allies of France.

Déjà vainqueur en 2017 face à Marine Le Pen, Emmanuel Macron a nouveau remporé l’élécéné presédienielle française de cette année 2022, contre la même adversaire, dimanche 24 avril. The president sorted, but the first estimates of Ipsos / Sopra Steria, accounted for 58.2% of the second round of questions. Réélu pour cinq années supplémentaires à la tête du pays, Emanuel Macron is the Prime Minister of France, the son of a conservative after his deputy Jacques Chirac (1995-2002, 2002-2007).

This victory was commented on by several leading political leaders in Europe and loved ones in the world. The first premieres are European partners of France. Charles Michel, President of the European Council, is one of the prime ministers for example: “Good luck, Emmanuel Macron. Sovereign and more strategic. We can count on France as much as we can. “

Ursula von der Leyen, President de la European Commission, accueilli avec bienveillance elle aussi cette réélection. She wrote in French on Twitter: “Шэр-Эмануэль Макрон, рэкламуе мес фэлицитације за вотре реэлекција à la presіdе de la Рépublique. Je me réjouis de pouvoir continued notre perfecte coopération. Ensemble, nous’Elaurope alrons a”.

“Europe wins”

In English, in French, Boris Johnson and Félicité lui aussi Emanuel Macron. After staying in France as “one of (us) all the most important and more important”, the British Prime Minister is “hers of continuing to work together on the subject-of-the-way” “and for the world.” Son of the simulacrum of the Côte de l’Italie où le chef du gouvernement, Mario Draghi, qualifie la la reélection d’Emmanuel Macron de “magnifique nouvelle pour toute l’Europe”. Pedro Sanchez, president of the Spanish government, identified “democracy” and “Europe haunt” as a result.

Alexander de Crewe, the Prime Minister of Belgium and an ally of Emanuel Macron, said “the French have become a very strong fort” in the past “for certainty and for the valor of the Lumières”. Christian Lindner, Ministry of Finance, said that the re-election of the President of the Republic “has made Europe one of the biggest winners of this election”. The term is a message from these words in French: “Vive la France, vive l’Europe”.

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