Macron faces a fractured France. Can he govern for the whole?

Posted on AllSides April 26th, 2022
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Emmanuel Macron managed to overcome a far-right challenge once again in French presidential elections. But the greater challenge may be to come: finding a way to unify an increasingly fractured nation.

In his speech announcing victory over far-right opponent Marine Le Pen Sunday night, French President Emmanuel Macron assured the public that his next five years in office would spell a new chapter, with hopes of leading with respect while repairing the nation’s divisions.

“You’ve made the choice of an ambitious humanist project for the independence of our country and...

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