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Macron, Le Pen: The Future of French Politics in Europe and Africa

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The two leading candidates in French presidential Sunday election, Emanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen, debated last night, each affirming their own policies on domestic politics, French-African relations and position of the country in the European Union.

The protests began in France, with Marine Le Pen emphasizing her position on banning the hijab in public if she wins Sunday’s election

“If she wins the election, she will definitely prohibit the wearing of hijab in public,” Le Pen started.

Emmanuel Macron says his opponent is the cause of the civil war in France. or a symbol indicating a particular religion.

Emmanuel Macron says he is satisfied with France’s role in the EU, and Marine Le Pen says it will work to change the bloc’s key policies.