France's former Minister of the Economy Emmanuel Macron looks on after handling over power to French Minister of Finance and also current Minister of Economy Michel Sapin in Paris, on August 31, 2016 following his resignation as economy minister. France's Emmanuel Macron vowed after stepping down as economy minister on August 30, 2016 to "transform" an ailing country but stopped short of declaring a presidential run. The 38-year-old said he had "seen at first hand the limits of our political system" and that quitting the government of President Francois Hollande would enable him "to be free" to push forward his own agenda.


Alors que sa candidature reste à confirmer, l'ancien ministre de l'Economie, Emmanuel Macron, arrive en tête des intentions de vote pour le premier tour de la présidentielle de 2017. Selon un sondage TNS Sofres-OnePoint publié mardi, il devance quoi qu'il en soit François Hollande. Macron est-il un meilleur candidat pour la gauche que Hollande?

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