Macron MP leaves party as unease over anti-hooligan bill grows

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Matthieu Orphelin  quit  as 50 fellow MPs from ruling party abstained in the vote on the controversial bill in National Assembly.

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A lawmaker has told his colleagues he will leave French president Emmanuel Macron's governing party, a day after an unprecedented number of lawmakers refused to approve a bill aimed at curbing violent protests, reports Euronews.