MAccording to a political scientist, the defeat which was just postponed in the first round of parliamentary elections is also damaging the image of French President Emmanuel Macron. “The Ensemble Coalition loses the image of a machine that can conquer everything,” said political scientist Bruno Coutres. Le Parisien newspaper on Monday. Some ministers were in danger of not being elected in the second round on Sunday. Macron will certainly have a lesser majority in the National Assembly.
In the first round on Sunday, the president’s center bloc, who was re-elected in April, landed right ahead of the left-wing coalition NUPPS. Cotres said: “It’s been a long time since we’ve had this kind of competitive general election, not just an offshoot of the presidential election.” The election campaign will undoubtedly be very polarized for the rest of the day.
It is about mobilizing two voters, said the political scientist. “On the one hand, those who most want to bring down Emmanuel Macron, and on the other, those who most want to give him the majority and block the path of impotence.” The allocation of 577 seats in the National Assembly is done by direct election. The one who gets the most votes in each constituency is elected.
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