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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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French President Emmanuel Macron meets locals on June 3, 2021 in Martel during a two-days visit in the southern France department of Lot, the first stage of a nationwide tour ahead of next year's presidential election, in a risky repeat of previous meet-and-greet initiatives that saw him heckled by angry voters. The 43-year-old liberal, widely expected to seek a second term in polls next April and May, will begun what he calls the task of "measuring the country's pulse" in picturesque villages in southwest France. Around a dozen stops are planned over the next two months, in a sign that the former investment banker has an eye on regional elections on June 20 and 27, as well as his own personal political test next year. Photo by Patrick Bernard/Pool/ABACAPRESS.COM

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