Macron lost an absolute majority in parliament

According to initial projections, the Alliance Together has lost an absolute majority in the French Parliament.

In France, in a decisive second round of parliamentary elections, the Alliance of the Total President is expected Emmanuel Macron lost an absolute majority in the National Assembly following election results. They are expected to get between 200 and 260 seats, for the absolute majority they would need at least 289 seats.

Left Alliance Nupes under the leadership Jean-Luca Melenchona it is projected to win 149 to 200 seats, while the far right is expected to strengthen Marine Le Pen, which is expected to win between 60 and 102 seats. In the event that Macron does not get an absolute majority, he will have to look for allies for his reform plans.

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