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Macron loses the election and searches for alliances

French President Emmanuel Macron’s party lost an absolute majority in the second round of France’s legislative elections.
The “Together” coalition led by Macron won between 200 and 250 seats, knowing that the absolute majority is 289.
While the far-right, led by Marine Le Pen, has made a great and historic leap that it has not achieved in 4 decades, it will be allowed to form a weighty bloc in Parliament.
The extreme left, led by Melenchon, won a large number of seats.
On this basis, it will be difficult for Macron to carry out his reforms, and he will have to make alliances and maneuver lawmakers, while he will face strong opposition from both the right and the left.

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