Parisians Rally Against Macron and Le Pen Ahead of Presidential Election Runoff

© AFP 2022 / JULIEN DE ROSAPolice officers detain a protester as students demonstrate near La Sorbonne University, in Paris on April 14, 2022, ten days ahead of the second round of France's presidential election.
Police officers detain a protester as students demonstrate near La Sorbonne University, in Paris on April 14, 2022, ten days ahead of the second round of France's presidential election. - Sputnik International, 1920, 16.04.2022
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French citizens are going to the polls for the presidential runoff on 24 April to choose between the incumbent President Emmanuel Macron and his main rival, Marine Le Pen.
Watch a live broadcast from Paris, France, where activists have gathered for a rally eight days before the second round of the presidential election is set to take place.
Similar protests occurred in Paris earlier this week, with participants shouting "Ni Macron, ni Le Pen!" (neither Macron nor Le Pen) because of their dissatisfaction with the two remaining presidential candidates following the first round of the election.
The results of the first round, which took place on 10 April, showed Macron winning 27.8% of the vote and National Rally leader Le Pen getting 23.1%.
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