PARIS | The Latest: Macron’s government may face no-confidence vote
PARIS — The Latest on France protests (all times local):
French left-wing opposition parties are seeking a no-confidence vote in President Emmanuel Macron‘s government amid growing protests and fears of violence.
The Socialist Party, far-left Defiant France and the Communist Party are setting aside their divisions and promising to submit the request to the lower house of parliament, or National Assembly, on Monday. The assembly would hold a no-confidence motion within 48 hours of the request.