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French papers look ahead to parliamentary run-off: 'Steamroller Macron'

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FRENCH PAPERS, 16.06.17. Politics dominates the French press, two days from the second round of the parliamentary vote. Business daily Les Echos says one poll is giving President Emmanuel Macron's party La République en Marche 440 to 470 seats out of 577, a huge majority. If confirmed, that would leave the traditional parties of both left and right in disarray. L'Opinion's front page cartoon shows a steamroller heading straight for political leaders on the right. Join us.

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