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Macron voted in the French parliamentary elections in the city of Le Touquet.

Macron voted in the French parliamentary elections in the city of Le Touquet.

French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte voted in the French parliamentary elections in the coastal city of Le Touquet, where their family estate is located, the BFMTV channel reports.

Polling stations opened in France on Sunday morning for the first round of snap elections for the National Assembly, the lower house of the French parliament.

Macron and his wife cast their vote in the elections to the French National Assembly at a polling station in the coastal town of Le Touquet in the north of the country, where their family estate is located.

As the French Ministry of Internal Affairs previously reported, the turnout at the elections at 12:00 local time was 25.9%.


On the European territory of the country, voting will last from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. In large cities, polling stations can be open for up to 20 hours, depending on the flow of voters.

The first official results will be announced after this time.