Paris, June 22 (QNA) - The French President Emmanuel Macron rejected today any idea of forming a national unity government and he considered the proposal as unjustified until this moment to exit from the crisis arising from the legislative elections.
He clarified, in his speech, that the opposition has indicated its readiness to operate with his government on key topics, saying that they are ready to cooperate on key topics, including cost of living, jobs, energy, climate and health.
The alliance led by Macron lost its absolute majority in the French parliament, last Sunday, by obtaining 245 seats in the 577-seat assembly at the end of the second round of the legislative elections.
The Left Alliance won 135 seats, and the far-right National Assembly won 89 seats. (QNA)
22 June 2022
French President Rejects Idea of Forming National Unity Government
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