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France Presidential Election 2017
Follow our full coverage of the most anticipated and most significant election of the year.

After Brexit and Trump in 2016, we are without a doubt going to witness the most anticipated and most significant election of 2017: the French Presidential election. So much is at stake with this election, on a national level, on a European level and on an international level.

In this Byline exclusive, which will run until 13 May, we will provide a full weekly coverage of the election, explain the latest developments, tell the hidden stories of the election and finally explain the outcome of each of the two rounds (the first round takes place on Sunday 23 April and the second round on Sunday 7 May 2017), before looking at the final result and explaining its consequences.

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THE FRENCH PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

- 07 May. En Marche, Monsieur Le Président!

- 05 May. Marine Le Pen To End Dual Citizenship.

- 02 May. Imagining Marine Le Pen Elected? “I Find It Horrendous,” WW2 Résistant Says.

- 29 April. Dupont-Aignan’s Despicable Political Opportunism.

- 27 April. Macron vs Le Pen. Two Different Visions Of France.

- 21 April. France Presidential 2017: Social Media Data Still Shows Melenchon And Le Pen Set To Win First Round.

- 18 April. Big Data Shows “Le Pen And Mélenchon Will Qualify For Presidential Second Round Run-Off,” French Academic Says.

- 16 April. Large-Scale Twitter Attack Against Emmanuel Macron Uncovered.

- 05 April. What To Think About ‘Le Grand Débat?’

- 22 March. Fact-Checking France's First Presidential Debate.

- 14 March. Is Emmanuel Macron The Wrong Candidate To Beat Marine Le Pen?


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J.N. PAQUET is an author, journalist and political writer. He is the editor of PoliticsMeansPolitics.com. His book series on populism and nationalism The Tip of The Populist Iceberg? is available in print, eBook and audiobook worldwide.




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