Paris – French President Emmanuel Macron and his far-right rival Marine Le Pen were on Monday preparing for two weeks of tough campaigning after they reached a runoff of presidential elections that promises to be far tighter than their encounter five years ago.
With more than 90% of the vote counted in the first round, projections showed Macron scoring 28%-29%, with Le Pen at 22%-24%.
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