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macron

a diacritical mark (¯) placed over a letter, used in prosody, in the orthography of some languages, and in several types of phonetic respelling systems, to represent a long vowel
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Valls, a high-profile politician on the pro-business right of the Socialist party, said on Tuesday he was interested in joining Macron -- a move that has angered Socialist colleagues who are trying to prepare to fight the legislative elections after taking a beating in the vote for president.
Macron can begin to work on his pro-European Union and economically liberal platform.
But Macron will be cautious about inviting too many prominent former Socialists into his movement as that would lend credence to the arguments of his conservative opponents that Macron's administration will be a continuation of outgoing President Francois Hollande's unpopular administration.
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After Macron lodged a legal complaint over the allegations, a judicial source said the prosecutor's office was investigating suspicions that fake news had been intentionally circulated with the aim of swaying Sunday's voting.
Macron's stunned parents requested that Brigitte not have any contact with their son again until he turned 18, though the two continued to keep in touch.
Aid worth $22m (APS18m) was announced by Mr Macron at a summit in France of the seven leading industrial powers.
Bolsonaro responded on Sunday to a Facebook post that compared the looks of his wife Michelle, 37, with Macron's 66-year-old wife Brigitte.
"You are convinced Europeans and you trust the European ideas," Macron said to Slovaks during the press conference following his meeting with Slovak President Andrej Kiska, as quoted by the Sme daily.
Macron, who was elected president and assumed office on May 14, initially announced his campaign had been hacked on May 5.
Currently, Macron's party does not have any seats in the parliament and the elections in June will be a test for his party.
At 39, Macron is the youngest president in the country's history and the 8th president of France's Fifth Republic, which was created in 1958.