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Macron’s party set for big French parliamentary majority

By Reuters
12 June 2017   |   3:25 pm
President Emmanuel Macron's fledgeling party is set to trounce France's traditional main parties in a parliamentary election and secure a huge majority to push through his pro-business reforms, projections after the first round show.

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