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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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There will be no reconstruction of the Jungle and no tolerance for the illegal occupation of public space,' Macron said in a speech at a Calais police station.
This unexpected choice of Fillon and Hamon as candidates left the political centre open for Emmanuel Macron to emerge as a compromise candidate.
Mr Macron said he wanted to clarify his wife's role "to end any hypocrisy".
Macron was facing off against Marine Le Pen in the French presidential election runoff.
It is too early to tell whether Macron will succeed where Hollande failed.
Macron achieved all of this by offering a message of hope to an angry and depressed country.
Philippe is a close associate of former prime minister Alain Juppe, who leads the moderate wing of The Republicans and has indicated that he favours helping Macron.
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.
movement were to win and appoint a prime minister, Macron would face a period of what we French call cohabitation.
A leak of Macron campaign emails prior to the election prompted allegations of Russian interference in the election.
Mr Macron defeated far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen in Sunday's presidential run-off and must now pull together a majority of politicians in the mid-June legislative election.
Pro-EU Macron, who has never held elected office, headed En Marche, a movement he created only a year ago.