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President Emmanuel Macron was poised to forge ahead with his pro-EU, pro-business reforms Monday after his centrist party redrew France's political map with a resounding victory in parliamentary elections. Although it fell short of a predicted landslide, Macron's Republic on the Move (REM) and its allies won 350 seats in the 577-seat National Assembly on Sunday. The election was being closely watched in Europe and around the world to see if France's youngest-ever leader would secure a mandate to push through his pro-EU reform agenda.
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