Macron is looking unassailable with voting under way in the final round of parliamentary elections in France.
The voting is tipped to give the centrist President Emmanuel Macron a massive majority and revolutionise the country’s political landscape.
Polls had La République En Marche (REM) party and allies with a massive majority of 400-470 seats in the 577-seat national assembly for this second round of voting. This will excel Macron's chances of driving through crucial economic reforms.
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