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>> The first round of France's presidential election has confirmed a new trend in the country's politics. For the first time ever in the race to the palace is no longer a vote for the traditional socialist or conservative parties but one for a far-right to independent centrist candidate, causing both the conservatives and socialist parties to do some soul searching on Monday in emergency meetings.
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The republicans have refused to give up despite not having a candidate in the final run off.>>
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> Current president François Hollande also urging the same socialist message of unity on Monday. He's asked his country to work together, pleading with the nation to support centrist candidate Macron, saying a far-right vote for Marine Le Pen would endanger the country.
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How should we organize, so that in the second round, the voice of our electorate, the Republican voices, bear on Emmanuel Macron?>>
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And with the desire to act for the good of everyone for the good of France and for the French.>>
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