French election: Le Pen pledges to keep fighting Macron following defeat

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French far-right leader Marine Le Pen said on Sunday that she would keep up the political fight against President Emmanuel Macron in the run-up to June parliamentary elections, as she conceded defeat to the incumbent in France’s presidential election.

“The French are showing tonight a wish for a strong counter-power against that of Emmanuel Macron, for an opposition that will continue to defend and protect them,” she told supporters after early projections indicated she had lost the election.

Macron defeated Le Pen by a comfortable margin, securing a second term and heading off what would have been a political earthquake.

The first pollsters’ projections showed Macron securing around 57-58 per cent of the vote.

Such estimates are normally accurate but may be fine-tuned as official results come in from around the country throughout the evening.

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