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Expected Declaration of Macron after the New Caledonia referendum on separation in France





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French President Emmanuel Macaron is expected to make a statement on the outcome of the New Caledonian Sunday referendum on whether France will remain in France or break away from it, one of the sources of the Elysee Palace for Deutsche Presse-Agentur dpa. Totally independent.

Noumea's government officials say voters' rate was one hour ahead of 73.68% of voters, which is 15% more than the 2014 provincial election.

The results are expected to be announced within hours, as the referendum takes 165 years after France began colonizing the South Pacific island.

In the referendum, Caledonia residents were asked to answer "yes" or "no" to a question: "Do you want New Caledonia to become full of sovereignty and independence?"

Polling stations opened at 8 am on Sunday at an agreement signed in 1998 by France and the major local forces that signed a peace treaty in 1988.

The archipelago group has long fought for its future, which was characterized in 1878 and 1917 by the Canadian Revolution and the violent waves of the 1980s, and most observers expected the rejection of the majority of 174,000 voters.


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