Macron to meet rival parties after losing majority

French President Emmanuel Macron Will Meet Political Opponents On Tuesday After His Coalition Failed To Win A Majority In Parliamentary Elections.
Macron Is Now Under Pressure To Secure Support From Rivals To Fulfil His Government’s Reform Agenda.
But Neither Marine Le Pen’s Far-Right, Nor Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s Left-Green Alliance Are Keen To Work With Him.
Minority Governments Are A Rarity In France, And Macron’s Ensemble Alliance Is 44 Seats Shy Of A Majority.
This Means He Will Need To Find Support From Mainstream Mps From Both The Left And Right Side Of Politics To Help Build A Working Majority.
Party Representatives Will Visit The Élysée Palace Separately For The High-Level Talks On Tuesday And Wednesday.