FRANCE: Macron’s ‘phase III’

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President Emmanuel Macron is expected to reshuffle his government after the second round of the municipal elections taking place this Sunday, 28 June. It is unclear whether he will retain Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, whose popularity has received a boost due to his management of the Covid-19 pandemic. Regardless of Macron’s decision, the president is unlikely to alter the direction of his policies, but gradual changes in areas such as pensions are more likely than sweeping reforms in the coming months. On the political front, Macron could be tempted to call a referendum on green policies
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