Globalist neoliberal Emmanuel Macaroni’s cult projected to win absolute majority in French parliamentary elections.
>French voters on Sunday gave their new President Emmanuel Macron a strong parliamentary majority to implement his electoral platform.
>La République En Marche, the party Macron created last year, received about 32 percent of the vote in the first round of elections to the National Assembly. That puts it on track to obtain a staggering majority of seats after the election runoff June 18.
>According to pollsters’ estimates Sunday night, the party could get between 400 and 440 seats in the 577-strong lower house of parliament. Its main opposition would be the mainstream conservative Les Républicains, which would obtain around 100 seats.
Such a massive majority should enable Macron to push through his reform agenda, starting with a major (((labor market overhaul))) this summer. He won’t have to depend on allies like the small centrist party of Justice Minister François Bayrou or Républicains lawmakers who already support him or are planning to defect.
>But the low turnout is also a way for far-right and far-left parties to voice their opposition to Macron’s agenda outside of parliament. “There is no majority in the country” for Macron’s plans, said Jean-Luc Mélenchon, the far-left leader who polled almost 20 percent of the vote in the first round of the presidential election in April.
>Whatever momentum carried Marine Le Pen into the final round of a presidential election in May, it has now lost its strength. Her far-right, anti-EU National Front emerges badly bruised from a night that saw support drop by more than 4 million votes compared to the presidential runoff.