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Macron, Le Pen exchange May Day blows

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 Nation Front as the anti-France party.And says the battle will be hard and violent over the coming days and even weeks.Stating it's not just the intellectual, political and moral heritage of France at stake but also the future of a united Europe.Two opinion polls show the former economy minister winning 59 and 61 percent of the vote on Sunday (May 7).A lead Le Pen is desperate to claw back.

05.03.2017
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