PARIS - The 39-year-old Emmanuel Macron is installed as president of France on Sunday morning. With his optimistic and pro-European message, he has surprisingly won the presidential election of politicians and parties who have dominated politics for decades. His new move The Republic on its way! Has no seat yet and is waiting for the parliamentary elections in June.
If it's done, the reformed Macron gets a tight majority. If it is against it, he must lead a government that is geared to the support of other strings. Macron must appoint a prime minister and government as soon as possible, who can gain broad support. It is assumed that he will work on it on Sunday.
Macron takes on a series of ceremonies starting at 10 o'clock, the stick of the Socialist François Hollande. Among the ceremonies is the reception by its predecessor, 21 sales sluts and a wreath laying at the grave of the unknown soldier at the Arc de Triomphe. There is a sort of inauguration in the city hall of Paris.
Macron can then take his wife Brigitte into the Elysée Palace. He is then the youngest and 25th president of the French republic.