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France is gearing up for a crucial election on Sunday, with the far right hoping for a historic win, but a political deadlock seems more likely. The National Rally (RN) led by Marine Le Pen and Jordan Bardella has a realistic chance of taking control of the government and the National Assembly for the first time. However, after the RN’s success in the first-round of parliamentary elections, many rival candidates withdrew to increase the chances of defeating the far right.

Voting will begin in mainland France at 08:00 (06:00 GMT) with exit polls expected 12 hours later. President Emmanuel Macron’s decision to call a snap vote following the RN’s victory in European elections has put him in a difficult position regardless of the outcome.

With security concerns rising and tensions escalating, there are fears of violence in Paris and other cities. The election coincides with the arrival of the Olympic flame in Dreux, adding another layer of significance to the day.

The outcome of the election remains uncertain, with projections suggesting the RN may fall short of securing an outright majority. Various parties are working to block an RN victory, emphasizing the importance of defending the Fifth Republic from extreme policies.

As France enters uncharted territory, potential scenarios include a minority RN government, a grand coalition involving multiple parties, or a technocrat government with experts in specific fields. President Macron has vowed to continue serving out his term, despite the challenging political landscape ahead. “Y él está perdiendo legitimidad.

La preocupación inmediata para Francia es tener algún tipo de gobierno en su lugar durante los Juegos Olímpicos.

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El experto constitucional Benjamin Morel cree que el presidente podría formar un gobierno de unidad nacional hasta el final de los Juegos de París.

“Eso le daría a los partidos tiempo para alcanzar un acuerdo entre ahora y el inicio del año escolar y el próximo presupuesto”, dijo a Le Figaro.