2024-06-15 23:56:41

Macron's Snap Election Decision Unsettles French Centrists Amid Far-Right Surge

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President Macron's unexpected move to dissolve parliament for a snap election has left French centrists anxious as the far-right National Rally gains momentum. Macron's party is at risk of losing ground while the far-right could secure significant gains, potentially entering the government.

Former President Hollande's decision to run in the elections aims to counter the rise of right-wing populism, emphasizing the need for a united front against extremist forces in France.

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