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Result of the 2024 legislative elections: scores by party, already tensions on the left

“Result of the 2024 legislative elections: scores by party, already showing tensions on the left”

While the NFP has arrived At the head of the legislature, tensions are already emerging. feel within the left alliance. How are the seats distributed in the new National Assembly?

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What are the lessons from the results of the legislative elections ? The political situation has changed? : the left is the first political bloc in terms of number of elected representatives; the Assembly, in front of a Macronist group which remains above the far right bloc. Gabriel Attal presented this Monday morning his resignation to Emmanuel Macron, but the President of the Republic asked him to do so. to remain Prime Minister "for the moment", with the aim of "ensuring stability' of the country".

Here are the final results in terms of number of seats, communicated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. laughing in the night.

  • NFP: 182 sièges
  • ENSEMBLE: 168 sièges
  • RN and allies: 143 sièges
  • LR : 46 sièges
  • DVD : 14 sièages
  • DVG (excluding NFP): 13 sièages
  • DVC and regionalists: 10 sièages
  • Others: 1 sièage

This projection uses data from the ministry by political label, we have carried out groupings to associate elected officials with the group in which they must a priori sit. It is likely that this Assembly will be temporary and that new groups will be created with these deputies, in particular to dissociate the LRs and even within the ;#39;current LFI group. 

The final results of the legislative elections by political party are as follows, in number of seats obtained by each party. the National Assembly:

  • LFI: 77
  • PCF: 9
  • ÉELV: 28
  • PS: 54
  • Generation s: 5
  • Miscellaneous left: 9
  • Various left excluding NFP: 10
  • Renaissance: 98
  • MoDem: 34
  • Horizons: 26
  • Various center, center right: 17
  • LR and Miscellaneous right: 67
  • LR/RN: 17
  • RN: 126

Who will be able to govern from now on ? No political party is able to form a majority. solid &agrav; the outcome of these laws. The left is not able to impose its political line and govern with free rein, given its majority. very relative. An NFP government would expose itself to a motion of censure in a handful of weeks and would bring the country into instability. which would lead à ungovernability.

Faced with this prospect, some on the left are already speaking out in favour of a coalition with parties from the presidential camp, in order to have a comfortable majority in the Assembly and therefore to be able to legislate, with an emphasis on compromise. Others within the NFP, on the other hand, intend to implement only the programme for which they were "elected officials, suggesting intense negotiations on how to approach the next steps. Elected officials have until July 18 to form their parliamentary groups, so the wait could be long. The head of state intends "at this stage" to attend the NATO summit in the United States and is expected to leave this Wednesday.


14:26 – For the president of the CRIF, “LFI has no place in government”

In a message published on X &agrav; At midday, the president of the Representative Council of Jewish Institutions of France (Crif) categorically opposes the idea. any entry of rebels into the future government, the day after the legislative elections. "LFI has no place in government!", affirms Yonathan Arfi, believing that "no coalition is possible with those who led the movement; an anti-Semitic campaign for months. "We will continue à “to fight LFI, its culture of violence and its anti-Semitic excesses,” he concludes.

14: 10 – "Extremely divisive profiles" : a relative of Le Pen calls the RN à "examining your conscience"

Interrogatedé this Monday by Le Monde, the deputy of Pas-de-Calais Bruno Bilde returned to the disillusionment of the RN in the legislative elections, given the victorious in the polls but who finds himself behind the NFP and the Macronist bloc in the new National Assembly. "We can no longer continue like ça", believes this close friend of Marine Le Pen, who calls the RN à "examine your conscience".

"The credibilityé The quality of candidates is a very important element. There is clearly a problem in our departmental federations, continues Bruno Bilde. "We need to reassure, but we have had extremely divisive profiles, sometimes even worrying. Management will have to immediately look into this problem which has parasitized the situation. the fullness of life of the campaign, and especially between the two rounds, he believes.

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13:56 – Communist senator Ian Brossat believes that it is necessary to build a "majorityé dialogue"

Guest&eac; this Monday on franceinfo, communist senator Ian Brossat returned to the new challenge that arises for the New Popular Front, which has arrived in the country. at the head of the legislative elections but only having a majority. very relative. "We do not have the majorityé absolute, it is a reality, but we are in fact in the lead, and therefore, it will come back to us. “We must govern this country with a great spirit of responsibility,” he first explained.

"This country is still very fragmented, very fragile, and all our efforts must aim to achieve this. appeasement, which presupposes having a majority of dialogue, and I think that's what it's all about. what we have to work on in the coming days,” he then estimated. the spokesperson for the French Communist Party.

1:44 p.m. – German Chancellor expresses “relief”, and hopes for the formation of a “constructive government”

In the aftermath of the legislative elections, the German Chancellor reacted to the new balance of political forces in France, and in particular to the rout of the RN, which still hoped during the period between the two rounds to obtain a majority. absolute. "The entire German government and I are relieved. This would have been a great challenge if the French president had disappointed. accept cohabitation with a right-wing populist party, declared" Olaf Scholz, as reported by TF1. "This wasé was avoided, and now we hope that the president but also the elected deputies will succeed in ; form a constructive government,” he added.

1:30 p.m. – Bruno Le Maire warns of a risk of "financial crisis", targeting the NFP program

In a long message published on "new political situation", after the victory of the New Popular Front.

"The most immediate risk is a financial crisis and the éeconomic decline of France", warns Bruno Le Maire. "The application of the program of rupture of the New Popular Front would destroy the results of the policy that we have pursued for seven years and which has given rise to &agrav; the France of work, of attractiveness and factories,” he says. "This project is exorbitant, ineffective and dated. Its legitimacy is weak and circumstances. It should not apply, continues Bruno Le Maire.

Gabriel Attal went this Monday late in the morning e à the Elysée in order to submit his letter of resignation to Emmanuel Macron. The head of state then asked him to stay à Matignon "for the moment", with the aim of ensuring the stability" of the country", indicatedé the presidential palace, as reported by Le Monde.

12:10 – Yaël Braun-Pivet "is growing more than ever à a coalition"

The legislative elections having not resulted in a coalition" on no majority absolute, the time is à present for discussions on the formation of a coalition. Seeing in the results of the vote the fact that the French voters "did not want&eacute; that a group or a political force is hegemonic, Yaël Braun-Pivet indicated, this Monday morning on France 2: "I believe more than ever à a coalition, because that’s the message I hear from the French."

Pleading for the constitution of a "large progressive republican central bloc", the outgoing president of the National Assembly, reé elected representative in Yvelines, underlined that that the NFP is composed of of "four different political groups", and that there can therefore "be other alliances".

11:51 – The French çais "gaveé" a "preferenceé the left", believes Jérôme Guedj

"We must be lucid in the face of the reé results of an election, draw simple lessons from them" : guest from the show "Les Grandes Gueules" on RMC and RMC StoryThis Monday, the socialist deputy Jérôme Guedj, re-elected with a large lead in Essonne, estimated that the French “gave, not a majority, but a preference to the left”, saying: “It is probably up to you to find the votes and means” to respond to the aspirations that were expressed during these elections but which were already present in the country.” The one who did not present himself with the investiture of the NFP notably raised the question of purchasing power or even public services.

11:38 – "We do not harbor any particular hope or illusion" : the Kremlin's reaction

The spokesperson for the Russian presidency, Dmitry Peskov, reacted on Monday to the reactions of the Russian presidency The results of legislative elections in France. "For Russia, the best would be a victory for the political forces ready to take over. make efforts to restore our bilateral relations. But for the moment, we do not see such a desire in anyone. clearly expressed policy, so we do not harbor any particular hope or illusion in this regard. this subject", he indicated, according to comments reported BFMTV.

11:32 – Gabriel Attal has arrived; &agrav; the Elysée to present his resignation

The Prime Minister is currently at the Elysée Palace, where he must submit his letter of resignation to the Emmanuel Macron, according to information reported by several media including Le Figaro. Gabriel Attal had announced; from Sunday evening his intention to present his resignation this Monday morning.

11:19 – Less of women in the new Assembly

According to an AFP analysis relayed by BFMTV, women will be fewer in number in the new National Assembly. During Sunday's voting, 208 women were voted on. elected deputies, or 7 less compared to the legislative elections of 2022. The record had been set in 2022. reached during the 2017 legislative elections, with 224 women elected deputies.

11 :05 – "The overall objective has been achieved: the RN has failedé his blow", rejoices Philippe Poutou

Even though he lost in the second round in Aude, the candidate of the New Popular Front Philippe Poutou congratulated himself on his victory. Monday morning on X of the legislative results. "Too bad, we lost here in Aude, but that was predictable. What matters above all is that the overall objective has been achieved: the RN has failed to achieve this goal. his neck. We did a good job!”, wrote the NPA candidate in the last presidential elections. While the nomination of the NFP candidate for Matignon is up to date. present at the center of the debates, Philippe Poutou took advantage of it. to add a note of humor: “Now, you should know that if I am not a deputy, I remain available to be Prime Minister.&quot ;

10:47 – The NFP has "legitimacyé strong to apply" its program, estimates Sandrine Rousseau

"The ballot boxes have spoken, we have the first group, (…) and we must therefore have a government" : guest this Monday morning on LCI, the day after the victory of the New Popular Front in the legislative elections, Sandrine Rousseau estimated that that the alliance of the left has legitimacy. strong to apply" his program. “It won't be easy,” the environmentalist MP, for whom a "very important battle is shaping up within this Assembly". "We will work text by text, that has never been done", she explained.

10:27 – "Since last night I have had a feeling of bitterness for our country", said Gérard Larcher

In a message published on X this Monday morning, the President of the Senate reacts directly to the results of the legislative elections. "Since last night I have had a feeling of bitterness for our country", writes G&rard Larcher, for whom "the president of the Republic has plunged us into instability. policy seriously detrimental to France". The President The Republicans of the Senate also castigate the New Popular Front: “An electoral cartel of the extreme left &agrav; the left, with no future due to fundamental disagreements, arrives in the lead but cannot claim to govern France with a project which would lead to disaster &eac;economic and social."

10:14 – "There is no block in capacity& ;eacute; to have a majority", notes outgoing minister Jean-Noël Barrot

Guesté on TF1this Monday morning, Jean-Noël Barrot broughté his analysis of the legislative results. For the delegated minister outgoing chargedé of Europe, the French çdid not give' of winner &agrav; this &eac;election". "There is no block in capacityé “to have a majority”, he noted, noting that “the NFP is in the lead, that's clear” , but that "we are very far from the relative majorities that we have known".

10:00 – Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez welcomes "the rejection of the far right"

In a message published on X Sunday evening, the Spanish Prime Minister greetedé the victory of the New Popular Front in the legislative elections, also mentioning the victory of the Labor Party in the British legislative elections a few days earlier. "This week, two of the largest countries in Europe chose the same path as Spain a year ago: the rejection of the extreme right and a decisive commitment to a social left,” wrote Pedro Sanchez. "There is no agreement or government with the far right", he added.

09:48 – The New Popular Front "helped save the Republic", says Mathilde Panot

Guest this Monday on RTL&agrav; react è the victory of the New Popular Front in the legislative elections, Mathilde Panot declared : "Today, it is the New Popular Front which helped save the Republic." Asked about the fact that the Republican dam faced with the far right allowed à the alliance of the left to benefit from vote transfers, the rebellious MP retorted: : "The Republican dam, it was we who did it and who did it best."

09:40 – "Paths exist" : François Bayrou doesn't "believe" that France "is ungovernable"

No party or coalition has succeeded in achieving this. obtain the majority absolute legislative authority. Guest on France Inter à react to the results of the vote, the president of MoDem noted that that “the landscape is not yet clarified” this morning. However, François Bayrou indicatedé that he does not "believe" that France “is ungovernable”. "I think that the paths exist", he addedé.

09:25 – Gabriel Attal will present his resignation to Emmanuel Macron à 11:15 a.m., according to BFMTV

According to information communicated by Gabriel Attal's entourage à BFMTV, the Prime Minister will submit his letter of resignation to the President of the Republic at the end of the morning, at the end of the morning. 11:15 a.m. Gabriel Attal had announced; announced yesterday evening that he would present his resignation this Monday morning at Emmanuel Macron.

09:17 – "What happenedé “Yesterday is historic and very promising,” assures RN MP Edwige Diaz

After the meeting disillusionment of the RN in the legislative elections, while the party hoped to obtain a majority at least relative &agrav; Following the outcome of the vote, RN deputy Edwige Diaz preferred to be positive. "What happened' “Yesterday is historic and very promising,” she said. on RMCthis Monday morning. "The RN has established itself, today it's a vote of adhesion", indicated Edwige Diaz, adding: "The tide has risen, perhaps not high enough, but it is unstoppable." "The facts are that the RN is the leading party in France with 100,000 members and becomes the leading party in the micycle", a- she emphasized, referring to the fact that "the others are only coalitions".

09:06 – Olivier Faure sees in the results of the second round “a clear confession from the presidential camp”

Guest on franceinfothis Monday morning, the first secretary of the Socialist Party reacted to the results of the second round of legislative elections, which according to him constitute “a confession clearly from the presidential camp. While the designation of a candidate for the post of Prime Minister within the New Popular Front is already underway. at the heart of the debates, Olivier Faure declared : "We must be able, within the week, to be able to present a candidacy for Matignon and ensure that we oblige the head of state & ;agrave; take this situation into account."

08:54 – "We take note, and we will oppose without compromise& ;quot;, assures Sébastien Chenu

After the disappointing score of the RN in the legislative elections, in view of what was announced; in the polls, Sébastien Chenu declaredé this Monday morning on France Inter : "We take note, and we will oppose without compromise."&amp ;nbsp;"We are not there. to make messes in the back kitchen,” continued the deputy. RN of the North and spokesperson for the party.

Sébastien Chenu also underlinedé that the RN remains "the first group of the National Assembly" since "the rest are coalitions”. "It cannot be a defeat, but it cannot be a victory either, because we are not in the majority, nor relative nor absolute", he estimated.

08:40 – Eric Ciotti denounces & quot;a democratic coup d"

In a post published on X this Monday morning, Eric Ciotti denounced a "democratic coup", in reaction to the results of the legislative elections. "The sorcerer's apprentice of the Elysée offered on a silver platter a majority of relative &agrav; Mr. Mélenchon", castigatedé the one who elected 17 deputies thanks to its alliance with the National Rally. "Tomorrow, how to govern such a team going from the rebels & Edouard Philippe, Philippe Poutou or M. Bertrand ?" he asked.

08:22 – "We need to &e;enlarge the central base" : the appeal of the deputyé Renaissance Karl Olive

Present on the set of BFMTV/RMC this Monday morning, on deputy Renaissance Karl Olive estimated that in view of the results of the legislative elections, it is time for the presidential camp to ;widen the central base with the living forces. The deputy also mentioned; the "victory in trompe-l'œil" of the New Popular Front, "because these peopleà don't get along.

08:02 – "Incontestably, we will propose a government this week", assures Yannick Jadot

Guesté this Monday morning on franceinfo, environmentalist senator Yannick Jadot indicated: that, &agrav; Following the second round of legislative elections which saw the New Popular Front come first, "unquestionably, we will propose a government this week". "I want to say that the hardest part begins this morning for us", he continued.

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The first result of the first round of legislative elections, which took place on Sunday June 30, gave the RN and its allies in the lead. Here are the official results revealed by the Ministry of the RN and its allies. Interior:

How are legislative elections held ?

The legislative elections are held to elect the 577 members of the National Assembly, who represent “national sovereignty”. The second round of the legislative elections is held between candidates who received at least 12.5% ​​of registered voters in the first round. If no candidate or only one has reached this threshold, the two leading candidates confront each other. Triangular or even quadrangular contests can, conversely, take place if three or four candidates reach this 12.5% ​​of registered voters.

The second round of legislative elections often sees strategic alliances and withdrawals between parties being put in place to maximize the chances of victory against a common adversary. During this 2nd round, voting is done according to the vote. the majority simple. The candidate who obtained the most votes is then elected. the Assembly.

Legislative results, majority and government

The results of legislative elections are decisive for French democracy and the way in which French democracy is governed. nbsp;the country. The party or coalition that wins the greatest number of seats generally constitutes this majority, which can be either absolute (289 seats) , or relative, thus giving the political direction and the nature of the laws passed during the mandate. A majority stable parliamentary system ensures efficiency of the government and facilitates the implementation of its reforms. In the absence of a majority, absolute, coalitions can be formed to govern.

The government must respond to parliament, which can confirm or reject its legitimacy. by a vote of confidence or a motion of censure. Thus, he must align himself with a majority. parliamentary result of the elections because à At almost any time the government can be dismissed if a majority of deputies wish it, by voting a motion of censure. Following the results of the legislative elections, the president of the Republic generally appoints a Prime Minister, either from his own party in the event of victory, or from the majority party if another tendency wins, or a figure who puts agree a majority coalition. This last hypothesis would be a first in France under the Fifth Republic.

When the President and the majority parliamentary belong à opposing parties, we talk about cohabitation. In this situation, the Prime Minister, who holds day-to-day executive power, may have political positions that diverge from those of the President, which may lead to tensions and may not ;eacute;require 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