Although this is somewhat less than expected by analysts predicting an even more decisive victory of the Macron, the French President nevertheless received a solid mandate in Parliament to carry out its Pro-European and oriented towards business interests of the reform program.
The turnout in the second round was significantly lower than in the elections in 2012. Many voters — as opponents and supporters of Macron, as it is believed, did not come to the polling stations after the decisive victory of his party in the first round.
Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, noting the low turnout, said his party would protect the interests of France.
Conservative party "the Republicans" and its allies can form the largest opposition bloc — they will get from 125 to 131. But this is much less than 200 mandates at the disposal of the French conservatives in the previous National Assembly.
The socialists that were in power in France for the last five years, will receive from 41 to 49 seats — their worst result for all history of existence of the party.
For the first time in the National Assembly was the leader of "National front" marine Le Pen. Her far-right party may get four to eight seats in Parliament.
Macron has created a party "Go Republic!" in April 2016, half of its candidates has no political experience.
Elections to the National Assembly of France held in two rounds