Legislative elections in FranceMacron returns to clash with the united left Nupes: head to head between the president and the ecological leader Melenchon.

Legislative elections in France, Macron clashes with the left: head to head with Melenchon

Macron clashes with the left: head to head with Melenchon at the polls

In April, the French have re-elected president Emmanuel Macron, decreeing the defeat of Marine Le Pen. On Sunday 12 June, however, Italy is not the only country to be called to the polls for the administrative elections and the referendum on justice. Also in Francein fact, we vote for the first round of political elections. The second round, on the other hand, will be held on Sunday 19 June.

On the occasion of the legislative elections in France, Macron finds himself challenging the New ecological and social popular union (Nupes)a left-wing alliance led by Jean-Luc Melenchon.

About the elections, according to a recent survey conducted by Ifop-FiducialNupes leads with the 26.5% of the votes. Immediately after, with the 26%, Ensemble figure! that is the coalition that encompassed the party of Macron, Renaissance, Horizon, Agir and the Modem.

The Ifop-Fiducial survey also reported that (if the survey were to be confirmed) Ensemble! should succeed in conquer between 270 and 305 septa in the French National Assemblywhere the absolute majority is fixed at 289 seats. President Macron, therefore, may fail to obtain a majority or have an extremely difficult one.

As for the other parties, again in consideration of the data released by the survey, Nupes should have around 180-210 seats while i Repubblicaines between 40-55 seats and the Rassemblement National of Marine Le Pen between 15 and 35 seats.

During the two rounds of election, the Senate will not be elected which is renewed with a three-year expiry at 50% with indirect suffrage that is, using a system of “big voters”.

Legislative elections in France, the tragedy of turnout

As for the legislative elections in France in June 2022, one is expected extremely high percentage of abstention. In 2017, they went to the polls less than 50% of the entitled population, recording a unique record in the history of the 5th Republic. In 2022, one was estimated percentage of turnout that could vary between 44 and 48%.

For the elections, i polling stations they will remain open from 08:00 to 18:00 but in big cities such as Paris, Marseille or Lyon the closing has been postponed to 20:00. With the official closure of the polling stations, i first results released by the polling institutes.

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