Far-right leader Marine Le Pen said she won’t try to push out President Emmanuel Macron if she wins France’s snap parliamentary election, in an appeal to moderates and investors.

"I’m respectful of institutions, and I’m not calling for institutional chaos,” Le Pen told Le Figaro newspaper. "There will simply be cohabitation.”

Le Pen is reaching out to mainstream voters as she aims to cement a majority in the next parliament, a result that would constitute an earthquake in European politics.