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celebration at a rally for France's far right nationalist party led by marine le pen as exit polls showed it just ahead of president manual not Crohn's centrist alliance Sunday its anti immigration anti Brussels platform leading a nationalist surgeon Sundays you parliament elections it was only a narrow victory just one seat but it was a bitter pill to swallow for those who had hoped voters would heed backgrounds message and embrace Europe as an answer to its economic challenges rather than see it as a problem overall official projection showed pro you parties held on to two thirds of the seats in the E. U. parliament with liberals and greens making big gains but as the pro Europe bone fragments among several groups it could complicate policy making as the results rolled in Brussels officials cheered the uptake in voter turnout the highest in twenty years fifty percent up from forty three percent in twenty fourteen reversing years of decline the elections have spanned four days with voters heading to the polls all across the twenty eight nation bloc