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French President Emmanuel Macron meets with French athletes as he visits the Olympic village for the 2024 Summer Olympics, in Paris, France, July 22, 2024. [Photo/Agencies]

PARIS - French President Emmanuel Macron said that he will not pick a new prime minister before the end of the Olympic Games to avoid "disorder", local media reported Tuesday.

"This government has prepared the Games, and our responsibility is to make sure they go well," Macron said during an interview with France 2 channel, adding that he has chosen "stability" to safeguard the Games, which gather nearly 10,500 athletes and millions of fans.

As the change of the prime minister and the appointment of a new government would create "chaos", Marcon called on political parties to seek compromises in the country's parliament in the absence of an absolute majority.

Gabriel Attal submitted his resignation as prime minister to Macron on July 8 after the ruling party failed to secure a majority in the snap legislative elections.

On July 16, Macron accepted Attal's resignation, but asked him to stay as the head of a caretaker cabinet until the formation of a new administration.

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