French left-wing bloc says it will put forward a no-confidence vote against Macron's government in July

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PARIS (Reuters) - France's left-wing Nupes alliance on Monday said that it plans to put forward a no-confidence vote against President Emmanuel Macron's government on July 5.

Nupes is the second-biggest grouping in the lower house of parliament, following Sunday's election, but does not have enough votes on its own to get the no-confidence vote adopted, and has few allies in a very fragmented parliament.

(Reporting by Tassilo Hummel; Editing by Ingrid Melander)

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