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Macron admits he suffered election disaster and says French ‘fractures very clear’ after polls 


Emmanuel Macron admits he suffered election disaster for the first time and says French ‘fractures are very clear’ after humiliation at polls

  • Macron acknowledged fractures in country after humiliation in Sunday’s polls
  • He appeared to rule out a National Unity government made up of all parties
  • Together coalition was 44 seats under the necessary 289 figure for a majority 
  • National Rally’s Marine Le Pen and Nupes’s Jean-Luc Melenchon big winners

Lame Duck French president Emmanuel Macron today broke his silence about the parliamentary crisis enveloping his administration, saying ‘I can’t ignore the political gridlock and divisions in our country’.

The head of state addressed his nation on live TV on Wednesday evening – three days after losing…



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