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Elections in France: Absolute majority in the National Assembly is a difficult goal for Macron

 The party that will come out first in the parliamentary elections in France will lead with a difference of breasts, with the estimates giving the first place in the "People's Union" of Jean-Luc Melanson.


About four hours after the last ballot box closed in France, analysts and pollsters were still unable to say with certainty which party won first place in the first round of parliamentary elections.


Most estimate that Jean-Luc Melanson's "People's Union" will eventually take first place, albeit with a difference of breasts, and that in the second round the "Together" faction, which is next to President Emanuel Macron, will win the most seats.


They also agree, according to the APE-MPE, that the leader of the left-wing Melanson alliance will probably not achieve his goal of being "elected" prime minister, as he will not secure an absolute majority in the National Assembly that will emerge in the second round of elections. will take place next Sunday, and that the re-elected president Emmanuel Macron will hardly achieve his own goal, which was none other than having an absolute majority in the French National Assembly.


Both sides, however, hope that next Sunday the abstention will be shorter, expecting that this will be to their advantage. It is noted that on Sunday (12/06) the abstention reached 51.5%.


One of the questions raised in the run-up to the second round of parliamentary elections is what position the parties will take in the regions that will not have their own candidate in the second round.


Marin Le Pen said she was calling on her constituents not to take a stand on the Macron-Melanson dilemma.


The faction close to Macron announced that in regions where a candidate close to Melanson will compete with a candidate close to Le Pen "will judge on a case-by-case basis".


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