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French parliamentary elections: Macron loses absolute majority as opposition surges


Allies of French President Emmanuel Macron started working Monday (June 20) to cobble together a working parliamentary majority to salvage his second term, after his alliance crumbled in the election against surges from the left and far-right. Andrew Smith, Senior Lecturer in Contemporary History and Politics at Chichester, gives his analysis.

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