President Emmanuel Macron is moving to protect his government's “reformist mojo,” clearing members of his cabinet associated with “fake jobs” scandals.
The second round of France’s parliamentary elections on Sunday, June 18, handed Macron’s La Republique En Marche (308) and his MoDem (42) allies a combined 350 seat majority in a 577-seat parliament.

Two gone, one to go
However, his defense minister Sylvie Goulard – a former Member of the European Parliament – and his minister of regional co...

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