His newly renamed grassroots movement, "Republique en Marche" (Republic on the Move), which was founded only 13 months ago, will finally reveal the vast majority of the 577 candidates who will stand in parliamentary elections in June.
Here are five things to know about French president-elect Emmanuel Macron. As part of his effort to convince voters that both he and his movement marked a break with the status quo, Macron previously promised that half of its candidates will be new to elected politics.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Monday that millions of Europeans were counting on the success of incoming French president Emmanuel Macron. But a high number of blank or spoiled votes and unusually low turnout are signs of an electorate dissatisfied with its choices.
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In 2014, Macron became minister of economy, industry and digital data under President Francois Hollande.
With virtually all votes counted, Macron had topped 66 percent against just under 34 percent for Le Pen - a gap wider than the 20 or so percentage points that pre-election surveys had suggested.
The economic policies of Macron, a former banker who at 39 will be the youngest president in the history of the Fifth Republic of France, differ significantly from those of the Socialist Party. The ceremony marked decades of peace in Western Europe, something Macron made a cornerstone of his campaign against Le Pen's brand of nationalist populism. Le Pen had called for France to leave the 28-nation European Union and drop the shared euro currency in favor of bringing back the French franc. Sylvie Goulard, a French deputy to the European Parliament, said Macron would make Berlin his first official visit, with perhaps a stop to see French troops stationed overseas as well.
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His centrist En Marche (On the Move) movement, barely a year old, has said it will field candidates in every constituency in the two-round election in June. In interviews Monday, party officials said a new name would aim to broaden its appeal.
Le Pen responded to defeat by vowing she would lead her anti-immigration National Front (FN) strongly into the legislative elections.
Michael Roth, Germany's deputy foreign minister, applauded Mr Macron's win but said the result was marred by the fact that 11 million people in France voted for Ms Le Pen.
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The scant coverage from mostly French-language media estimated that the demonstrators calling for Macron's resignation numbered in the thousands.