A far-right supporter marches next to French flag near the statue of Joan of Arc for his traditional march, Monday May 1, 2017, in Paris. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)
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With just six days until a French presidential vote that could define Europe's future, far-right leader Marine Le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron are holding high-stakes rallies Monday that overlap with nationwide May Day labor marches reminding both candidates that jobs are voters' No. 1 concern.Jean-Marie Le Pen is holding the Joan of Arc event again Monday, a march his daughter wants nothing to do with.The traditional May 1 union marches across France will be politically charged this year. Some groups want a united front to keep Le Pen from the presidency, but unions also fear that Macron -- a former investment banker -- will dismantle worker protections.
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