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>> Entering the final days of an increasingly bitter race for the French presidency, centrist frontrunner Emmanuel Macron and his far right rival, Marine Le Pen, both holding May Day rallies. Using the opportunity to attack each other's vision of France and the role it should play in Europe. Macron labelling the National Front as the anti-France party.
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>> But this is one group whose vote Le Pen won't be receiving. About 30,000 people turning out at the annual May Day protest in Paris, united in their opposition to the National Front candidate. Although some say they also don't trust Macron. Sunday's vote will take place in the middle of a long weekend in France, and is widely seen as the country's most important election in decades.
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>> The reality is simple, clear. Emmanuel Macron is just François Hollande, who wants to stick around and is clinging onto power like a barnacle. Emmanuel Macron means it's François Hollande who will continue to run politics in this country. Well, he's outgoing candidate, we're going to get him out!
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