French left’s coalition gamble pays off in legislative elections but unity challenges loom

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France’s new left-wing bloc is set to become the largest opposition force in parliament. But staying united will present an early test as President Emmanuel Macron’s Ensemble (Together) coalition seeks new allies to push through his reform agenda. FRANCE 24’s Cole Stangler tells us more.

#Nupes #elections #legislative

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