The five-frontrunners of the French presidential election, which will take place on April 23, Marine Le Pen of the far-right Front National, independent centrist Emmanuel Macron, François Fillon of the centre-right Les Républicains, the Socialist party’s Benoît Hamon and hard-left firebrand Jean-Luc Mélenchon, are sharing their views on a variety of issues during a live debate.
At the end of the debate, OpinionWay will publish a new poll, which has a potential to be a market mover and participants will be keeping a close eye on the results.
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