With 100% vote count, Macron and Le Pen will meet in the second round of French presidential elections
Macron wins the first round of French presidential elections/Getty Images
In France, 100% of the votes have already been counted. On April 10, the first round of presidential elections took place there.
100% of the votes have already been counted there. According to their results, Emmanuel Macron and Marie Le Pen will fight for the presidency in the second round. April. In the first, Macron won. He won over 27.6% of the vote. At the same time, Marie Le Pen is over 23.41%.
Jean-Luc Mélenchon, chairman of the Invictus France party, rounds out the top three with 21.95% of the vote. Other candidates have less than 7.05% in their account.
In total, 12 candidates participated in the elections.