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The main takeaways after the far right rocks European politics, sparking a snap election in France

  • French President Emmanuel Macron called for national elections following a defeat by Marine Le Pen's National Rally, while German Chancellor Olaf Scholz's Social Democrats suffered losses to the extreme-right Alternative for Germany.
  • Young people's support, including 16-year-old voters in Germany, played a significant role in the elections.
  • Alternative for Germany secured second place with 15.9%, while Scholz's Social Democrats faced their worst post-World War II outcome, receiving 13.9% of the votes.
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