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French police are preparing for unrest due to upcoming parliamentary elections

NNA - The French police are studying all possible scenarios for the development of events after the parliamentary elections, and are preparing for possible unrest if the French right-wing National Rally party wins. according to Agence France-Presse.

This was reported by the newspaper "Le Journal du Dimanche", citing police sources. According to it, the police consider the date of July 7, the day on which the second round of elections will be held, “particularly dangerous.”

On June 9, French President Emmanuel Macron decided to dissolve the National Assembly (House of Representatives) amid the defeat of his supporters in the European Parliament elections, during which the right-wing opposition National Rally party obtained more than 31% of the votes, while President Macron’s party came in second place with a percentage of votes. 14.6%.

The first round of early elections for the National Assembly is scheduled to take place on June 30, and the second on July 7. The last time the French House of Representatives was dissolved was during the era of President Jacques Chirac in 1997.



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