French President Emmanuel Macron has rejected the idea of forming a national unity government and considered it unjustified so far to get out of the crisis caused by the results of the legislative elections.
According to Agence France-Presse (AFP), Macron told the French that opposition groups had indicated their willingness to work with his government on key issues.
“They are ready to collaborate on key issues such as the cost of living, jobs, energy, climate, and health,” he added.
Macron acknowledged that the parliamentary elections showed France’s social problems, but called on opposition parties to abandon infighting and move beyond politics.
This means that “together we will have to find a new way to govern and legislate,” he explained.