Le Pen admits her defeat in French presidential election runoff

Marine Le Pen, France’s presidential candidate

© APA | Marine Le Pen, France’s presidential candidate

# 25 April 2022 00:06 (UTC +04:00)

France’s presidential candidate from the National Rally party, Marine Le Pen, has described the early returns from the presidential election runoff as a success, APA reports citing The Sky.

"This result was our brilliant victory," Le Pen told voters at a rally, telecast on several TV channels. "For us, just as for millions of Europeans, this result indicates strong discontent with the current system."

Le Pen admits her defeat in French presidential election runoff, calls for supporting her party in summer parliamentary polls.

Earlier, the BFM television broadcaster published early returns from the voting, in which the incumbent, Emmanuel Macron, scored a victory by a 57.8% majority vote. Le Pen will have 42.

Marine Le Pen, has recognized the incumbent Emmanuel Macron’s victory in the election runoff and called on her supporters to go ahead with the struggle in the parliamentary elections in the summer.

In a statement following the disclosure of early election returns she said that "the game is not over yet, because presidential elections are due in fact in several week’s time."

"We are beginning a major election battle, and in this battle I will be fighting side by side with Jordan Badella and all those who have dared challenge Emmanuel Macron," Le Pen said.

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