Macron dissolves parliament after EU defeat, calls election


ER Editor: European elections were held today. In France, Marine Le Pen’s party was clearly far ahead of Macron’s. Details below. As a result, he’s dissolving Parliament and calling a snap election. Be under no illusion that Marine Le Pen is sold out to ‘Europe’. She’s no Frexit candidate either. A lot of talk and not much action. At any rate, Macron is likely to be gone soon. Twitter/X reactions —

Translation: #Macron announces the #dissolution of the National Assembly but wants to avoid any substantive debate by organizing the vote in 3 weeks! However, the Third World War and the EU which wants to become a state deserve a real debate before the French!  The only way to get it is a Sovereignist Bloc in these elections! The Patriots, Via, Frexit Generation, Aristotle Circle, Sovereign Republic, UPR, DLF: let’s unite and the Sovereignist Bloc! This is a serious time, let’s all live up to history!

Translation: Obeying Bardella (ER: Marine Le Pen’s deputy), Macron dissolved the National Assembly at a time when the far right was strongest because of him. The Sorcerer’s Apprentice…

Dr. Alain Houpert is a conservative senator and usually someone sensible —

Translation: Since he often compares himself to Charles de Gaulle, Emmanuel Macron should have gone all the way like the general did and left the Élysée. Calling the polls in 3 weeks will not make it possible to organize a calm and peaceful election that parliament and the French need.

Who governs like this? Who just jumps ship, like Rishi Sunak did recently, who also called a snap election for July 4. Notice the second round of the French election will be just 3 days after the UK’s. Coincidence much?



Macron dissolves French parliament after huge election defeat

The move comes after the president’s party was trounced in voting for the EU Parliament


French President Emmanuel Macron has dissolved the country’s National Assembly and called on Sunday for a snap general election, following the release of polls predicting a disastrous performance by his Renaissance party in the European parliament election. Macon’s allies look certain to be roundly trounced by the right-wing National Rally party, led by Marine Le Pen.

Macron dissolves French parliament after huge election defeat

Explaining his decision, the president said he could not act as if “nothing happened,” admitting that the projected election result did not bode well for his government. Macron also warned about the apparent rise of nationalist forces, calling it a danger both to France and the EU as a whole.

According to exit polls and early projections, National Rally, led by Jordan Bardella, took around a third of the vote. At the same time, Macron’s alliance scored only around 15% of votes.




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