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Left celebrates, Macron supporters disappointed with the outcome of the parliamentary elections

Proponents of the French Left Nupez Block celebrated on Sunday (June 19th). Initial predictions showed that President Emmanuel Macron would lose an absolute majority in parliament.

French President Centrist “Ensemble!” According to polls, the alliance was set to eventually win the most seats, followed by the Nupe, led by left-wing veteran Jean-Luc Melenceon. Followed by the block.

However, the absolute majority threshold was 289 seats in the House of Representatives, and four pollsters predicted that Macron and his allies were well below that.

“These results are very significant to me. It’s a great pleasure to know that Macron isn’t the absolute majority,” said 17-year-old Megane Cleopatre, a supporter of Nupes. ..

Brahim, another supporter of Melention, said today was an “exceptional” day.

“We have found a great person (Merenchon) for the government to set foot in the Prime Minister’s Office.”

Macron’s supporters expressed disappointment with the results and expressed concern about the future.

“I don’t know what’s going to happen next or what the deal will be. Can the parliamentary group work or compromise with other groups?” Clement asked.

Initial predictions by four pollsters showed that Sunday’s elections would provide a hung parliament.

If confirmed, the hung parliament will require some degree of power sharing, political paralysis, and even repeated elections between political parties that have not been experienced in France in recent decades. Will open a period.

(Reuters)

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