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French left set to seal historic alliance to hamper Macron

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France's left-of-centre parties are expected on Wednesday to conclude an alliance for June parliamentary polls, hoping that together they can gather the strength to hinder President Emmanuel Macron's controversial reform plans. FRANCE 24's Catherine Norris-Trent reports.

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