Socialist Party Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Macron's unlikely candidacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | The Telegraph

    Bagneres-de-Bigorre , April 24: In the final days before France's presidential election yesterday, Emmanuel Macron was tramping through the snow high in the mountains near the Spanish border for a critical campaign stop near this tiny village where his grandparents once lived. With the race exceptionally tight, it seemed an unlikely place for any candidate.

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  2. Macron's win is good news for FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | The Globe and Mail

    ... in the French National Assembly. He will need to build a new one of his own, with his own connections and Socialist Party members who are not very socialist. In spite of all these difficulties, Mr. Macron's likely rise to the French presidency is a ...

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  3. French Election Results Let Markets Breathe Sigh of ReliefRead the original story

    Monday Apr 24 | The Oak Ridge Observer

    ... suitable candidates for those elections and doesn't have the grassroots network that Les Republicains, the Socialist Party or Le Pen's Front National can draw upon. He also cited the history of "violence and intolerance" of Le Pen's far-right ...

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  4. Marine Le Pen succeeded by 'breaching into the Left'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | Acton Institute

    On Sunday, Emmanuel Macron won the first round of the French presidential elections and is the odds-on favorite to become le president de la RA publique . However, under French law, a candidate takes up residence in A Macron has been able to beat the candidate-to-be-beaten, Marine Le Pen, by two percent of the vote.

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  5. France urged to reject Le Pen in presidential vote runoffRead the original story

    Monday Apr 24 | GantDaily.com

    France's defeated political establishment has begun to rally against far-right leader Marine Le Pen as she goes head-to-head against political novice Emmanuel Macron in the final race for the French presidency. As Le Pen continued to celebrate the highest-ever voting tally for her National Front party, French President Francois Hollande joined candidates knocked out in the first round in endorsing Macron, who ended his insurgent campaign with a result that confounded expectations.

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  6. What Markets Should Conclude From France's ElectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | Seeking Alpha

    ... numbers say about the strength of Le Pen's showing, especially now that both Fillon and Benoit Hamon, the Socialist Party candidate who was badly defeated, have rushed to throw their support behind Macron for the May 7 runoff. Looking ahead, and ...

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  7. Gladhanding Investment Bankers Not the Best Look for MacronRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | The American Conservative

    ... and differ on France's ties to Europe. BenoA t Hamon's party welcomes it, MA lenchon's opposes. The Socialist Party may implode over Hamon's poor performance, the high fliers in it moving on to Macronism. What of the "right"-FranA ois Fillon's ...

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  8. The French Election: 40 Percent of Voters Want an Extremist to LeadRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | Glenn Beck

    French voters are sick of the lies being fed to them by elites and politicians. In the first round of the French presidential election, 40 percent of voters rejected the status quo, casting their votes for the radical left or right .

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  9. What would a Le Pen victory mean for France?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | Al Jazeera

    ... us conservative. Laura Slimani - city councilor in French city of Rouen and a former president of the Young Socialist Party in France

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  10. French politicians rally around Macron against Marine Le Pen:...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | Salon.com

    ... "There's a clear distinction to be made between a political adversary and an enemy of the republic," Socialist Party candidate Benoit Hamon said yesterday, according to the New York Times, in a push to his supporters to vote against Le Pen."This is ...

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  11. Macron's Momentby Andrew Stuttaford The news that Emmanuel Macron,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | National Review Online

    The centrist neophyte now set to be France's next president will be challenged by the populist momentum sweeping Europe. he news that Emmanuel Macron, the nice centrist candidate, was going to win the first round of France's presidential election was greeted with undisguised delight by the European Union's ruling elite.

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  12. One final vote, two starkly different visions of FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | The Globe and Mail

    The result of Sunday night's first round in the French presidential election has brought into sharp relief the social and political lines that divide the country. As the polls predicted, four candidates won the lion's share of the vote.

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  13. After years of hiding their relationship, Brigitte and Emmanuel...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | The Washington Post

    ... the rather intense interest in the private lives of presidential candidates in France. The separation of Socialist Party President FranA ois Hollande from his former partner, Valerie Trierweiler, after his affair with an actress was made public by a ...

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  14. French stocks soar to near-decade highs as Macron tops pollRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | WFTV Orlando

    ... suitable candidates for those elections and doesn't have the grassroots network that Les Republicains, the Socialist Party or Le Pen's Front National can draw upon. "It remains unclear how much of his reform agenda he will be able to implement," ...

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  15. Jordan Rejects Assad Claim it Plans to Send Troops to SyriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | The Oak Ridge Observer

    ... gets the most votes in the runoff becomes the next president. Benoit Hamon is the mainstream left-wing Socialist Party nominee but polls suggest he has struggled to gain traction. Students are also required to maintain the GPA necessary to stay in ...

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  16. Asian stocks mixed as investors mull French election outcomeRead the original story

    Monday Apr 24 | The Oak Ridge Observer

    ... Jean-Luc Melenchon fell behind with under 20 percent each, while current President Francois Hollande's Socialist Party candidate Benoit Hamon got just over 6 percent. But Le Pen supporters were equally enthusiastic. Macron promotes closer ...

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  17. French voters are locked between the rejection of old parties and extremesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | Washington Examiner

    Voters were obviously very open to extreme parties and bored of the old and endless bipartisan fight. The first round of the French 2017 presidential elections has finally returned its verdict and, remarkably, the polls showed a certain acuity in successfully forecasting the podium of an unprecedented election .

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  18. The Real Lessons of the French ElectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | Slate Magazine

    Fifteen years ago, Jean-Marie Le Pen, the leader of the far-right Front National, gained 17 percent of the vote in the first round of the French election and unexpectedly advanced to a runoff against Jacques Chirac. The world was aghast.

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  19. Darrell Delamaide's Political Capital: Don't write off Le Pen's chances in French runoffRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | MarketWatch

    If France had an Electoral College like the U.S., there is a chance that National Front leader Marine Le Pen could win the runoff round of the presidential election on May 7. A map of the first-round election results showing who led in each of the 96 departments indicates a country almost evenly divided between supporters of Le Pen and her rival in the runoff, independent centrist Emmanuel Macron. But France has a direct popular election for president and French polls - which called the first-round results with almost pinpoint accuracy - say that Macron will get more than 60% of that popular vote and Le Pen less than 40%.

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  20. Le Pen, Macron Set For Run-Off In French ElectionsRead the original story

    Monday Apr 24 | Yahoo!

    ... a "mess," the French more or less voted as the polls said they would. The only real surprise was that the Socialist Party candidate BenoA t Hamon dropped to 6 percent in the first round. Just because the results were not surprising does not mean ...

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