(ANSA) – PARIS, June 22 – From consultations with party leaders, President Emmanuel Macron has drawn the conclusion that “a government of national unity is currently excluded”. The “majority” of the parties disagree, according to what the president announced live on TV from the Elysée. The way is “the search for a wider and clearer majority to act”. “We must all together learn to govern and legislate in a different way,” added Macron, addressing the country for the first time since the defeat in Sunday’s legislative elections. “Building new compromises in dialogue, in listening, in respect – said the president – is what you wanted and I take note of it”. (HANDLE).