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French go to polls to give Macron working majority or not

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By Michel Rose PARIS (Reuters) – French voters go to the polls on Sunday in the first of two rounds that will decide whether President Emmanuel Macron gets a working majority in parliament or ends up without the support needed to drive through his reform agenda. Less than two months after winning re-election, Macron faces a strong challenge from a united left-wing bloc that polls show could deprive the president of an outright majority even if it does not take control of parliament. Government insiders expect a rather poor showing in Sunday’s first round for Macron’s coalition “Ensemble”, with…

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