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French government wins confidence vote over economic reforms

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls listens to a debate on a vote of no confidence over a key package of reforms designed to energise the country's sluggish economy, at the National Assembly in Paris, on June 18, 2015France’s Socialist government won a parliamentary vote of no confidence Thursday over a key package of reforms designed to energise the country’s sluggish economy. The conservative opposition proposed the motion after Prime Minister Manuel Valls used a rare constitutional device earlier this week to push through the reforms without MPs being given the chance to vote. Valls resorted to forcing through the reforms because he feared that a sizeable group of left-wing rebels would block them in parliament.

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