PM Castex calls for more participation in second round of French regional elections

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During questions to the government in the #NationalAssembly, the #French #PrimeMinister Jean #Castex expressed himself on the high #abstention rate in the #regional #elections. He calls for more participation in the second round on 27 June. FRANCE 24’s International Affairs Editor Philip Turle tells us more.

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