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Blurry landscape in France for the appointment of the new prime minister after the parliamentary elections

The landscape in France is murky regarding the issue of appointing a new prime minister after the parliamentary elections. In the area of ​​the extreme right, the intended prime minister, in the event of an electoral victory, Jordan Bardela, said that in order to become prime minister, his party should not only come first but also have an absolute majority of seats in the new French National Assembly. On the other hand, in the area of ​​the left, there is a difference of opinion regarding the selection procedures of the new prime minister in the event of an electoral victory of the Popular Front. On the side of Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s Insubordinate France, the view is put forward that the new prime minister should come from the largest parliamentary component of the Popular Front, while on the side of the socialists, the view is put forward that a vote should be held in plenary session of the People’s Front parliamentary group. In France, the current prime minister is appointed by the president of the Republic, who usually takes into account […]
Source: News Beast

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