French voters sceptical Macron, Le Pen have answers on key issues - Reuters

PARIS A week before the decisive second round in France's presidential election, many voters are sceptical that either of the two candidates can solve chronic unemployment or tackle security concerns, a poll published on Sunday found. The Ifop survey ...

Facing election defeat, France's Le Pen flip-flops on euro - Reuters

Marine Le Pen, French National Front (FN) political party leader and candidate for French 2017 presidential election, arrives at her campaign headquarters in Paris, France, April 28, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau. By Myriam Rivet and Emmanuel Jarry | ...

NZ Herald editorial: France presents a new political face - New Zealand Herald

French voters have given heart to everyone who may have despaired for the turn of electoral events in Britain and the United States last year, particularly since Paris suffered an act of terrorism just before the vote in the first round of France's ...

French connection - Philippine Star

One may think we are writing about the 1971 Oscar Awardee for Best Picture with the same title, French Connection. However, what we are actually writing about is the connection between Philippine capital markets and the French elections. Though this ...

French poll: Macron, Le Pen still front runners - Normangee Star

She said that “I am a candidate in the election for the French republic” and the European Union is acting like France's “enemy”. Whatever happens Sunday, French voters need to be sure they have a real choice in the second round on May 7. “We were ...

Marine Le Pen plays down anti-euro message - Financial Times

Marine Le Pen has attempted to broaden her mainstream appeal ahead of the French presidential election by signalling that her flagship policy of leaving the euro is no longer a priority. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we ...

"Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and to God the things that are God's", Le Pen told La Croix. - ClickLancashire

"What is being played next Sunday is an issue of civilization". And the real, if now unlikely, worry is a run-off in the second round of voting, on May 7 th, between the Far-Right and the Far-Left which could cause a major split in one of Europe's ...

French election shows changing attitudes in Europe - Miami Student

On April 23, 2017, France held the first round of its presidential election narrowing the field to two candidates: Emmanuel Macron of the center-left “En Marche!” party and Marine Le Pen of the right-wing National Front. The two will face-off on May 7 ...