Who will become the next president of France? | Inside Story

President Macron is in the north of France already campaigning for a run-off election on April 24.
He is on top after the first round of voting took place on Sunday.
He wants to become the first French president to be re-elected in the last 20 years.
But his contender Marine Le Pen is not far behind, determined to start her own presidency by winning the run-off.
It's a tight race, so can the far Right win?
And what would that mean for France?

Presenter: Nick Clark

Jacques Reland, Senior Research Fellow at Global Policy Institute.
Ariane Bogain, Senior lecturer in French and Politics at Northumbria University.
Anne-Elisabeth Moutet, columnist for the Telegraph and UnHerd online magazine.

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