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New Mandate For Macron And  Chance For A Parliamentary Majority In June

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French President Emmanuel Macron, who defeated Marine Le Pen in the second round of the presidential election, will secure a parliamentary majority in the June elections, according to a public opinion poll by Harris Interactive.

The poll indicates that Macron’s camp would win between 326 and 366 seats, making a majority in the National Assembly which has 577 seats, if it manages to form a centre-right alliance with smaller parties and conservative Republicans, reports Reuters.

The far-right camp would be set to win between 117 and 147 seats according to this research, while left-wing parties together would win from 73 to 93 seats.

Foto: Benoit Tessier/Reuters

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