Macron hails New Caledonia vote to ‘remain French’

France's President Emmanuel Macron. Picture: REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

PARIS, 05 NOVEMBER 2018 (ALJAZEERA) – French President Emmanuel Macron said the “majority” of New Caledonians had declared they wanted the territory to “remain French”. “Voters were allowed to make a sovereign choice, with full knowledge of the facts and the relationship between New Caledonia and France,” Macron said in a televised statement from the […]

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