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Undecided nation and government / What is the interpretation of France falling into the arms of the left?

France said “no” to the extreme right, but the joy of this choice is in the shadow of the formation of a divided parliament, the survival of a weak president, the deadlock in the formation of a government and, most importantly, facing a hesitant nation that changed from the extreme right to the left within a week. The path is lost.

Political group of Anna Science and Technology News Agency– Maryam Kharmai: France was just one step away from embracing the extreme right, but when it went to the polls in the second round of parliamentary elections, it made a sudden U-turn, bypassing the center-right Macronists and throwing itself into the arms of the left.

As a result, the risk of sharing power with the extreme right-wing party “National Community” passed over the ears of French President Emmanuel Macron. But he chose between Two bad and worse options He left undecided.

Since none of the competing parties or coalitions, including the National Assembly, the Macronists, and the left-wing “New Popular Front” coalition have won the 289 seats required to form a government, now Macron is a center-right party. Or Must Coexistence option to choose Or In a crooked and contagious way continue with the current hung parliament until 2025 and he can hold early elections once again. (According to the law, at least one year must pass between two parliamentary elections.)

Each of these two options has consequences for Macron:

* In yesterday's elections, the left-wing coalition “New Popular Front” including the far-left party “Invincible”, the moderate socialists and the greens became the largest political force in the French parliament by winning 182 seats. The center-right Macronists won 163 seats, and the far-right came in third with 143 seats.

France and even the European Union survived the danger of a far-right government coming to power, but we must not forget that the statement “distrust of the center right” is more correct than the “distrust of the far right” component.

In the coexistence version of the government, in which the president and prime minister are from two different parties, Macron should put a member of the left coalition in charge of forming the Paris cabinet. Here his red line is that the left-leaning prime minister is in no way affiliated with the far-left party “Invincible” led by Jean-Luc Mélenchant..

*If the coexistence version is not implemented (because according to the law, the president is not obliged to share power), the three governing forces of the parliament will review the resolutions on a case-by-case basis until a year from now, when the way for re-election is opened. But this creates a kind of political deadlock because none of these three forces share positions with each other, and this issue slows down or even disrupts the legislative process.

A key challenge

Among France's post-election challenges, a key question is “will the front of the left parties remain united or will it undergo division?”

Far-left leader Luc Melanesion rejects the formation of a coalition government with parties from other political spectrums; But “Rafael Glucksman” of the Socialist Party asked his coalition partners to be mature and behave sensibly.

Now the main question is whether the Macronists can reach an agreement with the more moderate branches and form a government by infiltrating the left front.

Watching the election from a half-empty glass

As a result of yesterday's elections, today France has a divided parliament and a weak president, and this has a profound effect on the functioning of the Elysee at the European Union level.

The recent French elections showed that the people of this country can change direction from the extreme right to the left within a week, and in the world of politics, nothing is as difficult as interacting with an undecided and unpredictable nation, and this means that they have the potential to fall into the lap of the extreme left.

What is certain is that France is entering a long period in which the three opposition blocs with conflicting agendas are stuck in the dilemma of forming a coalition or succumbing to political paralysis. With such a heterogeneous composition, we should not expect an opening in solving internal problems, and the only thing that the parliamentary left front can do is to make a double effort to attract the opinions of other opposition parties every time a resolution is reviewed.

Watching the election from the edge of reality

The good news is that France once again said “no” to the extreme right. But this response is not a product of distrust in the ideals of the national community, but rather the alignment of other political currents to distance the mass of people from this party.

Let's not forget that in the first phase of the elections, the National Assembly won a historic victory with 34% of the popular vote and increased speculations about the possibility of forming the first right-wing government in Paris since World War II.

This time, France and even the European Union survived the danger of a far-right government coming to power, but we must not forget that the “distrust of the center-right” statement is more correct than the “distrust of the far-right” component.

In other words, the recent French elections showed that the people of this country can switch from the extreme right to the left within a week, and in the world of politics, nothing is as difficult as interacting with an undecided and unpredictable nation, and this means that they have the potential to fall into the lap of the left. They also have extremes.

But if we distance ourselves from doubts and only focus on the result, considering that power was handed over to the center-left party in England this week, we can say that the people of the Green Continent see the solution to their livelihood and cultural problems by distancing themselves from the center-right. .

Mhd Narayan

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