France urged to unite against Macron to avoid war

France urged to unite against Macron to avoid war

Philippot called on French parties to unite into a bloc in parliamentary elections

French parties need to unite into a bloc in the new parliamentary elections, Patriots leader Florian Philippot said on social network X.

“Macron has announced the dissolution of the National Assembly, but wants to end all substantive debate by scheduling a vote in just three weeks! World War III and the EU turning into a state are topics that deserve a real debate for the French,” he wrote.

The politician called on other parties to unite and use the time left before the election to allow the French to show their attitude to these important issues.

“The only way to achieve this is through the Sovereign Bloc in the elections,” Philippot added.

Earlier, the BFMTV television channel, citing an estimate by Elabe, reported that the right-wing National Rally party was tentatively winning the European Parliament elections in France with 32 per cent of the vote, with Emmanuel Macron’s Renaissance party in second place with 15.4 per cent. The President of the country, amid the low preliminary results of his party, made a video address to the French people, in which he announced the decision to dissolve the National Assembly and call extraordinary parliamentary elections, the first round of which will be held on 30 June.

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