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The force led by Macron is third in the results of the first round of parliamentary elections


The first round of the National Assembly elections took place in France. According to the voting results, the leader is Marine Le Pen's far-right "National Unity" party. "New People's Front" is in second place. French President Emmanuel Macron's coalition is in third place with 20 percent of the votes. Participation in the elections exceeded 60 percent. this is the highest figure in the last 40 years. After the publication of the preliminary results of the first round, Emmanuel Macron called for unity against "National Unity" in the second round on July 7. The leader of the left, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, has already announced that he will withdraw his candidates in the polls where they will go in third place to prevent the extreme right from coming to power as a result of a possible distribution of votes. Prime Minister Gabriel Attal promised to use the same tactics. After the announcement of the election results, protests started in several regions of France, including the capital. According to the mass media, the protesters, dissatisfied with the results, destroyed shops and burned trash cans. They chanted: "We will not let "National Unity" win", "Paris is against fascism". There were clashes between the participants of the action and law enforcement officers, water cannons were used. Emmanuel Macron announced the dissolution of the lower house of parliament, the National Assembly, and the holding of early parliamentary elections in early June, after Marine Le won by a large margin in the European Parliament elections in France. Penny's party. The votes of the extreme right-wing "National Union" have twice exceeded the votes of Macron's "Renaissance" party.