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Croissant experts say that the secret is in the dough, which must be well puffed (tri or semi) and form several interspersed layers that allow the shape of a crescent moon (almost like the shape of a Parliament, where deputies of different political colors sit), with a golden cover, a crispy crust and a fluffy center.

Also the French elections of July 7th gave us three different tiers for the Lower House of the French Parliament:

  1. The golden cover of Macron’s centrist ensemble was reducedbut remained above the worst expectations (with 168 deputies in total);
  2. O core of the left-wing mega coalition surpassed it (with 180 deputies), having the Nouveau Front Populaire (“NFP†), which brought together socialists, greens and France Insoumise (“FI†) of Jean-Luc Mélenchon (the old left-wing politician who appealed â – and managed – this unexpected and broad coalition of former rivals) reached “first place†;
  3. A crispy crust that so many feared they would have to swallow from Rassemblement National (“RN†) by Marine Le Pen and Jordan Bardella dropped to third and proclaimed a “delayed victory†(with its new 143 deputies).
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Francesco Giganti

Journalist, social media, blogger and pop culture obsessive in newshubpro

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