Legislative outcomes 2022: Castaner and Ferrand defeated, Borne carefully re-elected

LEGISLATIVE 2022 – Together they lose the absolute majority, NUPES imposes itself as the first opposition force, the National Assembly makes a historic step in the Assembly … These are the results of the second round of parliamentary elections held this Sunday, June 19. Huffpost makes you live election night live.

21:15: Amélie de Montchalin loses to Jérôme Gued

End of applause for Amélie de Montchalin. The Minister of Ecological Transition in the 6th constituency of Essonne was severely beaten by the socialist Jérôme Guedj, who was nominated by NUPES. Prestigious by 7 points in the first round, Amélie de Montchalin failed to catch up with her opponent.

21:10: Baker Stéphane Ravacley will not enter the Assembly

Stéphane Ravacley, who spoke out during a hunger strike to regulate his Guinean apprentice, failed to impose himself. The results give 52.2% for the outgoing MP Eric Alauzet, compared to 43.7% for the bakery candidate nominated by NUPES.

21:00: Mélenchon points to the “breaking up” of the presidential party

“It is a completely unexpected situation, absolutely unprecedented. The defeat of the presidential party is complete and there is no majority “, underlined Jean-Luc Mélenchon. “We have succeeded in the political goal we have set for ourselves: to overthrow the one who had so much arrogance and twisted the hand of the whole country by being elected without anyone knowing what to do,” he rejoiced. “We will not give up for a moment the ambition to be the one to rule this country.”

20:45: Marine Le Pen wants to embody “firm opposition”

Widely re-elected in Pas-de-Calais, Marine Le Pen expressed “all (s) gratitude” to the voters who voted for her and for RN, who will be able to form a group of several dozen MPs. “We will embody a strong opposition without an agreement, but a responsible opposition, respecting the institutions,” she said. She “invites all Frenchmen” to join her “in this fraternal and exciting adventure”.

20:35: Discover the results by constituency

What results in your constituency? Discover results across France thanks to our article: Results by constituencies in pictures and maps. These first estimates will obviously change in the coming hours as data is transmitted from polling stations.

20:30: Defeat by Castaner and Ferrando

LREM Group President Christophe Castaner in the Assembly and Assembly President Richard Ferrand both failed. They recorded the results. Christophe Castaner expressed his “sadness” on the social network Twitter. “This mandate has enabled me to be in the service of our territory, which I passionately love. Thanks to those who trusted me. I wish all the best to Leo Walter (NUPES, editor’s note) and our Alpes-de-Haute-Provence “, he wrote.

20:20: “It’s less than we hoped for,” Attal admits

Minister of Action and Public Accounts Gabriel Attal admits tonight on TF1, “it is less than we hoped”. “The French did not give us an absolute majority. It is an unprecedented situation that will require us to overcome our certainties, our divisions. “Nobody won,” he said.

“We have disappointed many voters,” government spokeswoman Olivia Grégoire complained to France 2, who said her “concern was at such great extremes.”

20:15: Prime Minister closely elected in Calvados

Elisabeth Borne won her bet. Estimates give between 52 and 53.5% for the prime minister in the 6th constituency of Calvados, compared to 47% for Noé Gauchard, a young candidate nominated by NUPES. Elisabeth Borne was on the waiver after the first round.

20:05: An explosion of joy in Hénin-Beaumont at the headquarters of Marine Le Pen

Loud applause and waving of French flags: Marine Le Pen supporters exploded with joy at the announcement of results in her Pas-de-Calais constituency, where she was re-elected with 62.1% according to Harris Institute Interactive estimates for M6 and RTL.

20 hours: Macron loses an absolute majority according to initial estimates

It is time for the first national assessments: Together they lose the absolute majority, and NUPES imposes itself as the first opposition force. The Marine Le Pen National Assembly made a historic step forward and was guaranteed to have a large group in the Assembly.

Together! (LREM, MoDem, Agir and Horizons) won 200 to 260 seats, Nupes 150 to 200 seats, RN 60 to 102 seats, and the right-wing LR / UDI 45 to 80 seats, according to estimates from five polling stations. You can see what the next National Assembly might look like thanks to our chart below, which uses Ipsos figures.

19:40: Marine Le Pen organizes its election night in a bowling alley

Marine Le Pen chose a sewing club in the first round. This time he spends election night in the bowling alley of his stronghold Hénin-Beaumont. She received almost 54% of the votes in the first round and is therefore the biggest favorite in her constituency. She is expected to speak around 8:30 p.m.

19:20: Couac with RN newsletters at Alpes-Maritimes

As in the first round, the hiccups did not spare the second round of parliamentary elections. 8 ballots in the name of Bryan Masson, RN’s candidate for the 6th constituency of Alpes-Maritimes, ended up on the crowd of his colleague in the 4th constituency Alexandre Masson, according to colleagues from France 3. All bad ballots will count as zero.

19:00: In Polynesia, Tematai Le Gayic elected deputy at just 21 years old

He was born in 2000 and is already an MP. The Le Gayic theme was chosen by Polynesian voters this Sunday. The separatist, supported by NUPES, narrowly defeated the candidate supported by the Ensemble, with 50.88% of the vote. Discover his portrait in our article: In Polynesia, Tematai Le Gayic, probably the youngest MP of the Fifth Republic.

18:40: Relative majority for Macron? That would not be a novelty within the Fifth Republic

Will Emmanuel Macron get an absolute majority in the National Assembly? This is one of the main themes of this Sunday evening. Twice in history, the French president has had to rule by relative majority, as our journalist Marie Haynes explains in the video below.

18:20: Secretary of State Justine Benin beaten in Guadeloupe

Serious disappointment for the executive: Secretary of State for the Sea Justine Benin, outgoing deputy, has arrived behind her rival from NUPES Christian Baptiste (DVG) in the second round in the 2nd constituency of Guadeloupe. That is why he will have to leave the government.

18:00: Polling stations begin to close

If all polling stations open this morning at 8 a.m., not all will close at the same time. It all depends on your municipality: some will welcome those who are late until 19:00, or even 20:00 in big cities.

17:30: Everything to see tonight

After the first round marked by record abstinence and the war of numbers between NUPES and Together came the throat and neck, what should be watched in this second round of parliamentary elections? Answer in our article: Hot spots to watch this Sunday

17:00: Participation less than the first round

Would nice weather discourage voters from going to their polling stations? At 5pm the turnout was 38.11% compared to 39.42% last week at the same time in the first round. In 2017, in the second round, the turnout was 35.33% at 5 p.m. You can see the attendance in each department below.

In this second map you can also look in detail at the difference in mobilization in all departments between the first and second rounds.

13:00: Macron, Melanchon and Le Pen voted

The three party and coalition leaders who came out on top in the first round put their ballot in the ballot box. Marine Le Pen, a candidate for the National Assembly, voted at her base in Hénin-Baumont at 11 p.m. She was first in the first round in the 11th constituency of Nord-pas-de-Calais, with 53.96% of the vote.

At the same time, Jean-Luc Mélenchon ran in Marseille, in the 4th constituency of Bouches-du-Rhône, where he was deputy for five years. The LFI leader was accompanied by Manuel Bompart, president of his presidential campaign and a candidate for his successor. For his part, Emmanuel Macron offered to take a walk in Le Touquet after voting around 1 p.m.

Noon: Low turnout, slightly higher than in the first round

This week, at noon, 18.99 percent of French people went to the polls, or 1.24 points more than in 2017 at the same time. This is also slightly higher than in the first round, where the share was only 18.43%, which is a record.

8:59: Amélie de Montchalin, one of the first people to vote

The Minister for Ecological Transition was very early for this second round. Amélie de Montchalin is a candidate in the 6th constituency of Essonne and in an unfavorable vote against the socialist and candidate of the leftist trade union NUPES Jérôme Guedja. If he fails, the minister will have to resign.

See also on Huffpost: Is Jean-Luc Mélenchon really far left?

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