French voters go to the polls on Sunday, May 7, to choose former banker Emmanuel Macron or right wing nationalist Marine Le Pen for President. Across the European Union the result is seen as pivotal.
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French voters are heading to the polls for the second round of parliamentary elections, with President Macron's LREM party a clear favorite. The new president is fighting for a mandate for his disputed set of reforms.
With a big boost expected for his new party in the second round of France's parliamentary elections, President Emmanuel Macron has wasted no time in announcing a reform agenda. But French history is littered with reforms that failed against entrenched resistance.