Macron left to worry about his majority

Emmanuel Macron was re-elected in April, but the president still has to fear for his own majority in the National Assembly. In Sunday’s parliamentary elections, the left-wing alliance NUPES led by Jean-Luc Mélenchon achieved more votes than Macron’s camp. According to projections, it came in at more than 25 percent and was just ahead of Macron’s alliance. Marine Le Pen‘s far-right Rassemblement National (RN) party achieved around 19 percent of the vote.

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