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No majority would hinder, not upend, Macron’s plans

The latest polls for this month’s legislative elections in France raise the possibility that Macron’s party and allies may not win a majority. But even so, support from the centre-right might avoid a lame-duck presidency, allowing Macron to push through key economic reforms including to pensions.

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