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menu micron steps into European elections this month the president bruised by months of yellow vest protests against his economic policies he beats marine depending twenty seventeens presidential election but now two years on many condenser microphones on March policy level in the polls with depends far right national rally if he doesn't win everyone but in France and elsewhere in Europe but we'll see it as a sign that Emmanuel mackerel has lost some of the aura he had and that he has lost much of his capacity to reform for France and Europe micron's party frames the campaign as a straight fight between progressives and conservatives a tactic which could prove risky if mongrels policy doesn't win the European elections it means you've failed but being what he told the French he would be what is the primary objective walls beats him the national rally the other vests of protested for nearly six months and polls show many French unconvinced about micron's response in late April which included in contests cuts for workers to five point six billion dollars you elections will be held on may twenty six