Two diametrically opposed candidates have made it into the second round of the French presidential elections for a runoff – pro-European Emmanuel Macron came out in front, while Euroskeptic Marine le Pen was on his heels just a couple of points behind. How can France move forward in the face of such a severe split in its electorate? Meanwhile, as disillusioned voters take to the streets to protest, should France brace for more violence? We ask one of the candidates that took part in the first round of the French presidential elections, leader of the Popular Republican Union Francois Asselineau.
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