Here they are – the two leading contenders en route to the Élysée Palace Emmanuel Macaroon The 39-year-old conservative presidential front-runner is widely regarded as a safe pair of hands. Youthful, inexperienced, charismatic, he has a proven reputation as a former banker. Macaroon defeated Eugenie Croissant, the Minister for Fraud and Mismanagement, to become the... Read more »

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