So a conservative has been elected President in France, overcoming his socialist opponent, 53-47 percent.
Although he is now taking a couple of days off in Malta, some of his reforms are expected to include:
…the abolition of tax on overtime, swingeing cuts in inheritance tax, a law guaranteeing minimum service in transport strikes, and rules to oblige the unemployed to take up offered work.
On the social front he has pledged minumum jail terms for serial offenders and tougher rules to make it harder for immigrants to bring members of the extended family to France.
Update: The President-Elect’s acceptance speech.