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French parliamentary elections: left-wing parties seal coalition deal to take on Macron


France's Socialist Party on Friday (May 6) sealed a coalition deal with the hard-left La France Insoumise (LFI) party to run together in June's parliamentary elections to try to deprive newly re-elected President Emmanuel Macron of a majority.

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