The French presidential election is set to take place in April next year. Concerns have been raised over the victory of incumbent President Emmanuel Macron in the next election.
Analysts say the right-wing leader is ahead of the upcoming French presidential election in 2022. Liberal and moderate leader Emmanuel Macron is therefore naturally behind.
French presidential election structure
The French presidential election is usually held in two stages, the first of which is contested by the leaders of all the presidential candidates.
Then came the second round of elections, where the leaders of the two parties that won the first round fought for the presidency.
Emmanuel Macron in the election
Emmanuel Macron was elected President of France for the first time in 2017. He became the youngest President of France.
He formed his own party when he was finance minister in 2016. As a representative of the moderate path, he won the last election by a landslide, opposing the extremist leader.
Needless to say, he took the held of France in the wake of events such as the election of Brexit and Donald Trump during the last presidential election. He offered to stay with the European Union in a liberal spirit.
However, before the expiration of his term, the French people suddenly turned against Emanuel Macron. On the one hand, his position in world politics was criticized for his controversial remarks on religion, and on the other hand, he had to face the hatred of the French people for his extreme generosity.
Emmanuel Macron also received a threat of civil war over the Muslim community in France. Analysts are worried about whether public opinion is turning to the right again.
Right-wing Leta Marine Le Pen is already in a strong position in the run-up to the 2022 election. The incumbent president, who won the last election with a landslide victory, is set to be his biggest rival again.