By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist
Yesterday, Sunday, May 7, 2017, Emmanuel Macron is 39 years old, the youngest elected president of France in French history; he will take over as the new President of France on Sunday, May 14, 2017.
His winning marked 66.06 percent of the French vote and ran under his party’s name En Marche! which will be renamed officially as La République en marche. (source: france24.com)
“We need more individuals who are young, energetic and responsible in leading our countries. They bear the competency of understanding the dynamics of the people, the environment, government dysfunctions, the multicultural settings, and societal humanity in the twenty first century.”
It is great seeing that the French people have choosen to preserving their democracy by electing a young president with new perspectives who understands the 21st Century dynamics of his constituencies and the world at large as a #RealLeader. Instead of embracing the influence of foreign interference. More Power to France and the French Nationals across the world.
“Canada and France share a warm and historic relationship, rooted in our common history, deep cultural ties, people-to-people connections, and strong economic partnership. We also closely collaborate on important international issues as strong allies and partners with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, G7, G20 and La Francophonie.
“I look forward to working closely with President-elect Macron in the years ahead as we work together on a progressive agenda to promote international security, increase collaboration in science and technology, and create good, middle class jobs on both sides of the Atlantic. This also includes implementing the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement.” – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Canada. (source: PMCanada)
“He carries the hopes of millions of French people and of many people in Germany and the whole of Europe, he ran a courageous pro-European campaign, stands for openness to the world and is committed decisively to a social market economy”. – Angela Merkel, Chancellor, Germany
“It is true that he followed me for many years but afterward he freed himself. He wanted to propose a project to the French. It is up to him now, strengthened by the experience he acquired with me, to continue his march. I wish him every success.” – President François Hollande, France. (Source: NYTimes)