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Government-Parliament tensions result of French elections
Abolqassem Delfi, Former Iranian ambassador to France
France's Macron loses parliamentary majority as opposition surges
French President Emmanuel Macron might have been relieved after getting reelected in April — but his second term in office just got a lot more complicated.
French vote in second round of parliamentary elections
French voters cast ballots in the final round of key parliamentary elections that will demonstrate how much legroom President Emmanuel Macron’s party will be given to implement his ambitious domestic agenda.
France holds parliamentary election in vital test for Macron
French voters cast ballots on Sunday to choose lawmakers in a parliamentary election as President Emmanuel Macron seeks to secure his majority while under growing threat from a leftist coalition.
Australia agrees payout to end France submarine spat
Australia unveiled a substantial compensation deal with French submarine maker Naval Group, ending a contract dispute that soured relations between Canberra and Paris for almost a year.
Russia expels 85 diplomats from France, Spain and Italy
Russia said on Wednesday it was expelling a total of 85 embassy staff from France, Spain and Italy in response to similar moves by those countries, highlighting the damage to relations with leading EU members since it launched a military operation in Ukraine.
‘Who Are We?’ wins five nominations at French festival
The Iranian film, ‘Who Are We?’, bagged five nominations at the Nice International Film Festival in France.
Macron has difficult way ahead
By Seyyed Jalal Sadatian*
Paris police shoot two people dead in night of unrest after Macron win
Two people were shot dead by police in Paris, hours after President Emmanuel Macron’s re-election.
France faces stark choice for president
The French voted on Sunday in an election that will decide whether pro-European Union, centrist President Emmanuel Macron keeps his job or is unseated by far-right eurosceptic Marine Le Pen in what would amount to a political earthquake.
Macron has yet to show his trump card
As expected, Emmanuel Macron from the Republic on the Move Party, a pro-EU candidate, and Marine Le Pen, who is a member of the National Rally (formerly the National Front) Party, a far-right candidate, reached the second round of the France presidential elections. Macron won 27.85 percent of the votes, while Le Pen scored 23.15 percent. Leading left-wing candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon, who won nearly 22 percent of the vote, has declared his support for Macron in the second round. Only Eric Zemmour, another far-right candidate, has backed Le Pen. We talked about the results of the elections with Rahman Qahremanpour, a senior researcher in strategic issues.
France goes to polls in presidential election
Voters cast ballots across France on Sunday in the first round of a presidential election where far-right candidate Marine Le Pen is posing an unexpected threat to President Emmanuel Macron's re-election hopes.
Macron has a better view of Middle East and Iran
French society distances itself from bipolarity of Gaullists, Socialists

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