voter turnout in The first round of The French presidential voter turnout was 65%. on Sunday, according to the Ministry of the Interior, indicating a decline below 2017 elections with 69.4%.
Analysts expect this turnout for The vote in What President Emmanuel Macron is looking for second five-year termcould be the lowest since 2002, by pumping a high level of uncertainty in race.
Voting began at 8 am and will end at 8 pm at first Expectations of results is expected.
France operate brochure system for Elections: Voters are obligated to vote ballots in Person, those that will be manually counted when voting closes.
Unless someone gets more from half of nationally votethere will be second and decisive round Among the two best candidates on Sunday 24th April.
Apart from Macron, far-right candidate Marine Le Pen and far-left Controversial Jean-Luc Mélenchon is among the prominent figures vying to seize the presidential Elysee.
Macron, politician for months seemed like what-in to become France first president in 20 years win a second term. But this scenario is not clear in The campaign final stages as pain of inflation and of Pumps, food and energy prices have risen back as dominant electoral themes for Many families are low income. they can drive Many Sunday voters are in arms of Far-right leader Marine Le Pen, Macron’s political enemy.
Macron defeated Le Pen in a landslide to become France’s youngest president in 2017. win for The former The banker – now 44 – was seen as a victory against national populist politicscoming in waking up of Election of Donald Trump to the White House and Britain vote To leave the European Union, both in 2016.