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France’s Macron calls snap legislative elections after party’s defeat in EU vote


France's Macron calls snap legislative elections after party's defeat in EU vote


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French President Emmanuel Macron said Sunday he was dissolving the National Assembly and calling a snap legislative election after his party suffered a heavy defeat in elections for the European Parliament.

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French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris

French President Emmanuel Macron announced Sunday his intent to dissolve the National Assembly and call a snap legislative election. (AP/Francois Mori)

In an address to the nation from the Élysée presidential palace, Macron said: “I’ve decided to give you back the choice of our parliamentary future through the vote. I am therefore dissolving the National Assembly.” The vote will take place in two rounds on June 30 and July 7, he said.

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The move comes as first projected results from France on Sunday put the far-right National Rally party well ahead in the European Union’s parliamentary election, defeating Macron’s pro-European centrists, according to French opinion poll institutes.

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