French President Emmanuel Macron has lost his majority in the parliamentary elections, which is considered a “big blow”.
According to French media, the results of the second round of elections on Sunday have caused a stir in French politics.
If Emmanuel Macron does not negotiate with the new allies, the situation could politically paralyze the country.
Emmanuel Macron, 44, may now be troubled by domestic issues as he seeks to end Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and play a key role as a leading politician in the European Union.
Macron’s coalition will still be the largest party in the next National Assembly, but according to the results, it has 245 seats, far short of the 289 required for a majority in the 577-member chamber.
In a televised statement, Prime Minister Elizabeth Bourne said: “This is a threat to our country, given the challenges we face. We will start work tomorrow (Monday) to form a majority. “
The result came as a shock to McKeown’s victory in the April presidential election, when he defeated the far-right party to become the first French president to win for the second time in more than two decades.
The French newspaper Le Monde headlined on its website that “Macron is in danger of becoming politically paralyzed.”
Emmanuel Macron was elected President of France for another five years in April this year, defeating his rival Marie Lapin.
Emmanuel Macron received 58.55 percent of the vote, while Lapin received 41.45 percent.