The pro European Union, centrist candidate Mr Emmanuel Macron has won the French presidential election by a decisive victory over the far-right Front National leader, Marine Le Pen, becoming the next president France.
Macron, 39, a former economy minister who stayed “neither left nor right” independent candidate who had a moderate behavior was selected by the French this time, he won by a 66 percent votes, while the far right candidate Le Pen got only a 34 percent favor in this election.
Macron after his win in his very first address said he would defend France and Europe. He said Europe and the world are “watching us” and “waiting for us to defend the spirit of the Enlightenment, threatened in so many places”.
He promised to unite a France, saying: “I will do everything to make sure you never have reason again to vote for extremes.”
Macron talked about his much late predictive win, he said: “Everyone said it was impossible. But they didn’t know France!”
His opponent leader Marine Le Pen claimed that he is the representative of rich only, and Macron’s agenda is based over lies, several opponents also criticised Macron saying him as a copy paste of the former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Meanwhile Macron remain determined over his campaign, and after all he made history by becoming the youngest president of France.