2024 Legislative Elections: Edouard Philippe calls for an “agreement” between political forces, without LFI or RN

2024 Legislative Elections: Edouard Philippe calls for an “agreement” between political forces, without LFI or RN
2024 Legislative Elections: Edouard Philippe calls for an “agreement” between political forces, without LFI or RN

Following the second round of the legislative elections, the former Prime Minister and current mayor of Le Havre, Edouard Philippe, called on political forces this Sunday evening to “promote the creation of an agreement“, but without the National Rally and France Insoumise. According to the first estimates from our partner Ipsos-Talan, New Popular Front comes out on top in second round legislative elections, ahead of the Macronists and the RN and its allies.

The decision to dissolve the National Assembly, which was supposed to be a moment of clarification, has instead led to great indeterminacy.“, underlines the former head of government, “I regret it but I am not surprised.“. “None of the political blocs in the Assembly has a sufficient majority on its own to govern.“, recalls the boss of Horizons.

Edouard Philippe believes that “the absence of a majority and the absence of a government would expose France and the French to terrible dangers“. A possible agreement, which does not “perhaps built neither with the National Rally nor with France Insoumise“, will not however be “not sustainable” et “will allow the country to be managed in the best possible way“.

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