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French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday that after a "cruel decade" of crisis-management, European Union leaders needed to reform the bloc to fight euroskepticism among the public. "I firmly believe in Europe, but I don't find this scepticism unjustified," Macron told French lawmakers in a rare joint session of parliament in Versailles. The 39-year-old president, who defeated anti-euro far-right leader Marine Le Pen last May, reiterated in his speech a campaign proposal to launch "democratic conventions" - or public debates - in European countries to discuss the future of the European Union.
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