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DIRECT. Result of the legislative elections: the “manipulation of the RN” which annoys Macron

“LIVE. Legislative election results: the “RN manipulation” that annoys Macron”

While Marine Le Pen accused Emmanuel Macron of setting up an “administrative coup d'état”, the government responded by accusing her in turn of “manipulating information”

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  • The final result of the first round of legislative elections placed the RN and its allies in the lead on Sunday, in capacity get over 289 ages. Neither the left nor Together! appear able to elect enough deputies to obtain a majority. in the second round.
  • Government spokesperson Prisca Thévenot responded to the question: Marine le Pen, accusing him of "lying" and to "manipulate information". On Tuesday, the head of the RN deputies warned against "an administrative coup d&tat" from the Macron camp. According to her, a wave of appointments will be put in place during the Council of Ministers, whether at the head of the police, the gendarmerie, but also the prefects or ambassadors during this Council of Ministers, with the aim of preventing Jordan Berdella to govern. L'Élysée calledé the former president of the RN  "à composure and moderation.
  • The withdrawals of the "republican front" to prevent the RN from having a majority absolute could bear fruit à according to the latest polls. More than 200 candidates announced their withdrawal between the two towers. Check out the latest forecasts for the second round here.


Marine Le Pen declared this Tuesday that Emmanuel Macron was carrying out an administrative coup d'état by appointing several people to the presidency. key positions during the Council of Ministers, to prevent the Gathering from governing. And Prisca Thévenot responded to himé the outcome of the Council of Ministers: "We knew that Marine Le Pen was lying, we now know that she manipulates information (…) Let there be appointments in the Council of Ministers, this is nothing new,” she said

12:16 – The government explains its choices

At the end of the Council of Ministers, Prisca Thévenot explainedé the government's line on withdrawals: “To withdraw is not to rally, it is not to compromise. The RN is at the gates of power, now today. Fighting the RN today is not rallying behind the RN. LFI tomorrow", indicatedé the government spokesperson. And to add: "We cannot make the LFI the alpha and omega of the left in France, this is not respecting the ' ecologists and socialists.

The results of the second round of legislative elections are already available. anticipated by the polling institutes, which carried out projections in the number of seats in the future Assembly. Here is the Ipsos Talan projection for France 2. Given here are the numbers of seats by large block at the top (NFP, RN and allies, Ensemble!) as well as by party politics at the bottom (LFI, PS, EELV, PC, Renaissance, Modem, Horizons, LR with Ciotti, RN). These estimates will be refined with the results of voting intentions until Friday July 5.

12:00 – French people abroad can vote

Since noon , French people living abroad can vote via the Internet. They have until Thursday July 4, 6 p.m., to make their choice for the second round of the legislative elections.

11:48 – Marine Tondelier defends Xavier Bertrand

While Eric Ciotti announced this Wednesday morning that he was going to initiate exclusion proceedings from the LR against the president of the Hauts-de-France region, Xavier Bertrand, Marine Tondelier ironized on the decision of the contested president of the Republicans. “Being excluded from the LR by Eric Ciotti is almost honorary,” she said. “Thank you, Xavier Bertrand, with whom I have many disagreements, to hold the line, for the Republic."

11:45 – Report of the Council of Ministers

Prisca Th&eacutevenot, government spokesperson, takes stock after the Council ministers, this Wednesday.

11:28 – Marine Le Pen castigates a political class which gives a “grotesque” image

In a post message on of the Republican front against the National Rally, and spoke about of a political class which "gives an increasingly grotesque image of itself". "Édouard Philippe calls à vote communist. Jean-Luc Mélenchon calls for vote for Gérald Darmanin. And Christian Estrosi announces that’à the head of the majority group, & “At the Assembly, I'm going to make a coup d'état,” she added.

11:12 – "I am not going to impose on the French a coalition that they did not choose& quot;, indicates Gabriel Attal

Gabriel Attal estimatedé Wednesday that'à At the end of the legislative elections, power will be “either in the hands of an extreme right government” or ” “in Parliament”, explaining “to fight for this second scenario”, without however “evoking a “coalition”.

"Today, there is a bloc in a position to have a majority. absolute &agrav; The National Assembly is the far right. Neither LFI, nor the New Popular Front, nor our candidates are able to do so. to form a majority alone absolute &agrav; the National Assembly" And to add a little later: "I didn'not speak about it. coalition. I am not going to impose on the French a coalition that they did not choose.

The National Secretary of Europe &Ecology Les Verts, Marine Tondelier opened the door to a grand coalition against the National Rally, just like Xavier Bertrand (LR).

10:54 – François Ruffin ré affirms that Jean-Luc Mélenchon will not be Prime Minister

"Jean-Luc Mélenchon will not be Prime Minister, because neither the communists want it, nor the environmentalists want it, nor the socialists want it. “And I don't want to either,” he said. François Ruffin, on France Bleu Picardie, this Wednesday morning.

10:32 – The dissolution was ready ;view, affirms Emmanuel Macron's father

In an interview granted to the Dauphiné released, Jean-Michel Macron, the father of the President of the Republic, indicated that the head of state "had spoken to him" of the dissolution two months before" to do it. "He believed in fact that the National Assembly é had become ungovernable", he added.

Furthermore, he said he was completely opposed to the idea. to the RN: "I'm afraid that the National Rally will come to power. Now, if the French want it, they will experience it. They will see the result. It is better for France to experience this for two years rather than for five years. If the RN shows in two years that it is completely incapable of governing, we can hope that it will not go any further."

10:17 – Justice seized after the racist remarks of an RN candidate

The deputy RN leaving Yonne Daniel Grenon is in turmoil after accusations of racist remarks. According to L'Republican Yonne, he would have said that the Maghreb "have no place in high places" . For his part, Daniel Grenon affirmed that that his remarks were é truncated, but local newspaper reported that he had recordings of the debate during which these remarks were made; pronounced. The public prosecutor wasé entered this Wednesday morning.

09:56 – A ghost candidate of the RN in the Loiret

The RN candidate in the 2nd constituency of Loiret, &Elodie Babin qualified in second position for the second round of the legislative elections. Nevertheless, according to France Bleu, the latter did not hold a single public meeting, no market, no poster or even a leaflet with his face. The candidate does not live in this constituency.

His companion, the deputyé European Aleksandar Nikolic, explainedé that she was suffering from Covid.

09:48 – Emmanuel Macron died "the wheel of government", judge Françoisçois Hollande

While François Bayrou explainedé that the dissolution had made it possible to 'abcès" collapse, François Hollande estimated that that the President of the Republic had "gone to deathé the wheel of government. The former head of state did not appear at the meeting. tender with Emmanuel Macron: "&At some point, no matter how president we are, we cannot decide alone. A very small entourage took charge, made the decision" to dissolve. "A normal president consults, listens, understands the French people. (…) Listening to the French, understanding what they are going through, this is the first condition for leading the country.

09:25 – Gabriel Attal calls à vote LFI against the RN

At the microphone of France Inter, this Wednesday morning, Gabriel Attal gave voting instructions for the second round, and it is shown very clear: "Everything separates me from rebellious France, but it is not in a position to have a majorityé absolute. On the other hand, the far right is in a position to govern the country. And to add: "Çit does not pleaseà many French people have to block it by using a ballot that they would not have wanted, but I consider that it is our responsibility. to do it."

09:13 – Sandrine Rousseau opposed à a grand coalition

On the Télématin set, outgoing ecologist MP Sandrine Rousseau refuted the idea of ​​a grand coalition the National Assembly against the RN: " I am not ready to take action; change our program. I's Elected with the NFP label. (…) We have a program that allows us to act on the roots of the National Rally. According to her, this would be "betraying the éreaders".

She thus opposes à Marine Tondelier, who opened the door à the coalition. "Politics in this country cannot continue as before. “We're going to have to change,” he said. the ecologist during an interview on TF1's 8:00 p.m. "find solutions" and à this "that some in the center, à right, tell us how they want to work in the other direction. 

This Tuesday morning, on France 2, Éric Ciotti indicatedé that he was going to "initiate a procedure to exclude Xavier Bertrand" Republicans. The latter responded curtly on BFMTV: "He is at the RN Éric Ciotti, I think that is clear to everyone. We know why he left for the RN, because he thought he would have a ministerial post. Car, driver, flashing lights: it's the dream of his life. What is he getting involved in, why is he still bringing her back ? He is on command duty? for Marine Le Pen to sow trouble."

This Wednesday morning, on France 2, the contested president of the Republicans, Eric Ciotti, announced that he was going to launch a procedure to exclude the president of the Hauts-de-France region Xavier Bertrand from LR: “I am the president of the Republicans, I am the one who has the disciplinary power”. And to add that he would remain president of LR “for another three years.”

On RTL, Yaël Braun-Pivet calledé &agrav; a "grand coalition" facing the National Rally. "This can go as far as the left bloc, with the ecologists, the socialists and the communists, people with whom I share values", she said. ;eacute;developed&eac;. Nevertheless, she nuanced her point. his remarks concerning certain elected representatives of La France insoumise:   "Some are very good parliamentarians, concerned with the interest&ecirc ;t general, but there are others with whom there is no question of working.

08:13 – Gabriel Attal, Jordan Bardella and Marine Tondelier on BFMTV

Four days before the second round of the legislative elections, three personalities from the three main political blocs will speak on BFMTV this Wednesday evening. They are Gabriel Attal, Jordan Bardella, and Marine Tondelier.

However, they will not debate directly. Indeed, while Gabriel Attal and Jordan Bardella had called for Jean-Luc Mélenchon à to debate, he had refused this debate, calling for address the New Popular Front. And Marine Tondelier added later on the social network After Manuel Bompard and Olivier Faure, it's ' my turn to represent our coalition in the 3rd debate. Am I to understand that you do not dare to argue with me ?", she said. to the president of the RN.

07:56 – Edouard Philippe will vote for the communist candidate in his constituency

As of Monday, the day after the first round, Édouard Philippe had beené clear on its line. If he had called &agrav; to face the National Rally, he had also indicated to block à Rebellious France. “In line with this position, I will propose to the Horizons candidates who came third, who could, by their presence in the second round, without hope of victory, favor the election of a candidate from the extremes, to withdraw in favor of candidates, parties with whom we share the same democratic and democratic demands “publicaines,” he said.

According to Le Figaro, the former Prime Minister will vote “for a communist next Sunday, without hesitation”. "I prefer an elected official with whom I have disagreements, but with whom I can work, than a candidate with whom I “I have natural disagreements,” he explained. In the 8th constituency of Seine-Maritime, Jean-Paul Lecoq, the communist candidate, arrived. in the lead in the first round with 42.82% of the votes, ahead of the candidate  RN Isabelle Le Coz (31.32%).

07:40 – Withdrawals "for nothing" ?

Will voters follow the appeals of candidates who have withdrawn ? If a "Republican front" was put in place and 130 left-wing candidates and 82 from the presidential camp withdrew to face the National Rally, it was the voters who will have the keys to the ballot. À Like Bruno Le Maire, certain voters in the presidential camp could choose not to vote for the National Rally, nor for La France Insoumise candidates within the New Popular Front.

Also, Jordan Bardella indicatedé that he would not become Prime Minister if he did not have a majority. absolute. And Marine Le Pen explained this Tuesday that if the RN approached this bar of 289 deputies, with "for example 270" éelected, his party would seek to attract "deputies for example various right, various left, LR". Jordan Bardella also called on the Republicans for courage and courage. national interest, saying it is “ready" the outstretched hand" to "éexpand (s)a majorityé" in Le Figaro. 

07:12 – François Hollande greets a "publican front& ;quot;

On France 2, this Tuesday evening, François Hollande said “proud to have blocked & the far right and the National Rally. In fact, more than 200 candidates withdrew between the first and second rounds. "The Republican front has reformed; , in pain it must be said, especially for the majority, but in the clarity for the left", affirmedé François Hollande on France 2.

06:54 – How many candidates in the second round ?

The candidates had until 'à Tuesday 6:00 p.m. to submit their candidacy to the prefecture for the second round of legislative elections. There will still be a little more than 1,100 candidates on Sunday, after the withdrawal games. The left has withdrawné more than 130 candidates and the presidential camp82, to face the National Rally

06:35 – Last Council of Ministers before the second round

This Wednesday morning, Emmanuel Macron meets for a final Council of Ministers before the second round of legislative elections. On Tuesday, Marine Le Pen had warned against "an administrative coup" from the Macron camp. According to her, a wave of appointments will be put in place during the Council of Ministers, whether at the head of the police, the gendarmerie, but also the prefects or ambassadors during this Council of Ministers, with the aim of preventing Jordan Berdella to govern". L'Élysée has calledé the former president of the RN  "à composure and moderation.

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The first result of the first round of legislative elections, which took place this Sunday, June 30, gave the RN and its allies in the lead, able to to obtain more than 289 ages, that is to say the majority absolute in the future National Assembly. Here are the official results revealed by the Ministry of the Interior& ;nbsp;:

Among the significant results of these legislative measures, we note the victory in the first round of Marine Le Pen in Pas-de-Calais and the socialist Olivier Faure in Seine-et-Marne. François Hollande is in a favorable ballot in Corrèze, like Elisabeth Borne in Calvados, who could be elected thanks to the withdrawal of the left-wing candidate. Laurent Wauquiez is also on a favorable ballot in Haute-Loire, François Ruffin is when à him in difficulty in the Somme. Former minister Clément Beaune wasé beaten by the socialist Emmanuel Grégoire, éelected in the first round to Paris. The boss of the PCF, Fabien Roussel, is also eliminated. from the first round, just like former minister Jérôme Cahuzac.

If the election is above all national, the final result of the legislative laws must be observed locally. The results that emerge in each constituency provide valuable lessons on the political landscape in France in 2024. Find your constituency in the map below to consult the details of the results:  

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  • Reims
  • Le Havre
  • Saint-Étienne
  • Toulon
  • Grenoble
  • Dijon
  • Angers
  • Nîmes
  • Villeurbanne
  • Le Mans
  • Aix-en-Provence
  • Clermont-Ferrand
  • Brest
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How are the results of legislative elections established ?

Legislative elections in France are organized according to a single-member majority voting system. two towers. The country is divided; into 577 constituencies, each electing a deputy. &agrav; the National Assembly. When the results are announced, to be elected in the first round, a candidate must obtain more than 50% of the votes cast and a number of votes at least equal to 25% of registered voters. If no candidate meets these conditions, a second round is organized.

Only candidates having received at least 12.5% ​​of the votes of registered voters during the results of the first round can stand in the second round. If only one candidate meets this condition, the candidate arrives. in second position is also qualified. The second round often sees strategic alliances and withdrawals between parties to maximize the chances of victory against a common opponent.

Legislative results, majority and government

The results of legislative elections determine the majority. parliamentary à the National Assembly. The party or coalition of parties with the greatest number of seats generally forms a majority. &agrav; the Assembly, which can be absolute (289 seats) or relative, and therefore orient more or less strongly the priorities of the country and the laws that will be voted on during the mandate. A majority parliamentary stability allows the government to function effectively and carry out à well his reforms. In the event of absence of a majority, absolute for a single party, majorities and therefore coalition governments can be formed.

The government is responsible to parliament, which can validate or reject it during a vote of confidence or after the tabling ;t of a motion of censure, it must therefore be in phase with this majority. exit from the polls. After the results of the legislative elections, the President of the Republic therefore generally appoints a Prime Minister, from his party in case of victory or of the majority party if another sensitivityé wins.

If the President of the Republic and the majority parliamentary belong à opposing parties, a situation of cohabitation occurs. In this case, the Prime Minister, who holds daily executive power, may have political views that diverge from those of the President, leading to tensions and compromises.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116