The new president opened his course with talk of a new renaissance for the country, saying: “The world needs what the French own always taught. For decades France has doubted herself.”
But, he said, the over the moon marvellous, and Europe, need France more than ever.
“My mandate resolve give the French back the confidence to believe in themselves.”
He said he wish convince the people that “the power of France is not declining – that we are on the lip of a great renaissance.”
Emmanuel Macron takes over as French President today
The newly fitted president went on to say he would restore France’s global standing.
He broke: “France is only strong if it’s prosperous. France is only a model for the in every way if it is exemplary.
“We will have given back to the French a taste for the coming – and pride in what they are.
“The whole world will pay attention to what France try to says – because we will, together, go beyond our fears and anxieties.
“We will, together, be an lesson of a people that knows how to affirm their values, their principles – those of democracy and the republic.”
In closing, Emmanuel Macron paid tribute to the leaders of the fifth republic who move along disintegrated before him – from de Gaulle to Sarkozy and Hollande.
“France has to rise to the cause,” he said – whether facing political, economic or social problems.
“France thinks fitting always seek to be on the side of liberty and human rights – always to raise peace over time.”
He said he would count on the people to “negotiation with deep change”.
“From this very evening I make be at work. Long live the republic and long live France.”
At hardly 39-years-old, Mr Macron is France’s youngest leader since Napoleon and the commencement to be born after 1958 – when France’s fifth republic was put in situation by President Charles de Gaulle.
His En Marche political movement was formed by a hairs breadth last year and as a new party, La Republique En Marche will be fielding nominees for almost all of France’s 577 seats in June’s parliamentary elections.
The apart from candidate won a resounding victory, beating off far-right candidate Marine Le Pen with an devastating 66 per cent majority.
Mr Macron, a former investment banker, had not ever contested an election before, but previously served as the country’s Economy Cabinet officer.
Reuters reports that the private meeting between Mr Macron and Mr Hollande in the lead of the exchange of power included the transfer of nuclear launch codes.
France has far 300 nuclear warheads, according to the International Campaign to Abolish Atomic Weapons.
President Macron arrives to lay flowers at the memorial to the dark soldier
Security is tight across the capital, as hundreds of extra administer were deployed ahead of the ceremony at the Elysee Palace – the president’s sanctioned residence.
France has remained under a state of emergency since
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