PARIS (Reuters) – The dissolution of the Nationwide Meeting decrease home of parliament is “not a subject for now”, French authorities spokesperson Olivia Gregoire informed France Inter radio on Monday, after President Emmanuel Macron misplaced his absolute majority.
Requested if Elisabeth Borne may keep on as Prime Minister, Gregoire stated: “Elisabeth Borne was re-elected (as a lawmaker), this has not been a problem. We are going to see within the coming hours. Proper now this not a problem.”
Elisabeth Borne on Sunday stated that her authorities will get to work from Monday to achieve out to potential companions as a way to rally a majority behind it and guarantee stability within the euro zone’s second-biggest economic system.
Macron on Monday was confronted with making an attempt to salvage a ruling majority and with it his financial reform agenda, after voters punished his centrist ‘Ensemble’ alliance in France’s parliamentary election.
Last figures confirmed Macron’s centrist camp bought 245 seats – in need of the 289 wanted for an absolute majority.
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(Reporting by Dominique Vidalon; Modifying by Sudip Kar-Gupta and Leigh Thomas)
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