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Divided French parliament gives new PM tough time during first address

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Elisabeth Borne, who helms France's new minority government, had her 90 minutes of speech interrupted by MPs who shouted back, banged on tribunes and even booed.

Added on the 06/07/2022 18:24:16 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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