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French President Emmanuel Macron faces potential political paralysis and weakened influence if he loses the decisive parliamentary elections. With no majority in parliament and a confrontational government, Macron, constitutionally barred from a third term, risks becoming a lame duck. Polls suggest his centrist alliance may be defeated, creating an “end of reign” atmosphere. Governing with a rival party, especially if the far-right National Rally wins, could force Macron to work with an anti-immigration prime minister or seek alliances with left-wing rivals to form a functioning government.

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