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DISCUSSION: Interpreting the French Presidential Election

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April 19, 19h30 (CET)

Interpreting the French Presidential Election

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With France heading into a tumultuous presidential contest, the Mile End Institute has brought together a panel of experts to discuss the results of the first round and the prospects for the second, which will be held on Sunday 24 April.

How has five years of Macron altered the French political landscape? What will the election mean for the rest of Europe? How dangerous is the rise of the far-right? And, is there a future for the French Left?

Discussants:

This event is cosponsored by the Mile End Institute and the Center for Critical Democracy Studies.

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