French legislative elections: Macron seeks majority in parliament

Voters cast their ballots on Sunday for who they would like to represent them in France's National Assembly. It is the first round of voting in parliamentary elections, with President Emmanuel Macron's centrist party favoured to win a majority.

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    Voters cast their ballots on Sunday for who they would like to represent them in France's National Assembly.

    It is the first round of voting in parliamentary elections, with President Emmanuel Macron's year-old centrist party favoured to win a majority.

    The second stage of voting takes place in a week.

     

    Al Jazeera’s Natacha Butler reports from Paris.


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