French presidential and left-wing coalitions advance to second round of elections
According to the results of the first round of parliamentary elections in France, the camp of President Emmanuel Macron won (25.7% of the vote) and the left bloc led by Jean-Luc Mélenchon – 25.64%. Marine Le Pen's party received 18.72%. The turnout was 39.42%
In the first round of parliamentary elections in France, the coalition of President Emmanuel Macron “Together!” Leads by a small margin, having received 25.7% of the vote, along with it, the leftist “New People's Ecological and Social Union” entered the second round. (Nupes) by Jean-Luc Mélenchon— 25.64%. «National Association» Marine Le Penna got 18.72% of the vote, according to the data of the French Ministry of the Interior.
The turnout at 17:00 local time (18:00 Moscow time) was 39.42%. The second round of elections will be held on June 19.
Marine Le Pen on her Twitter urged the French not to choose between “destroyers” in the event of a confrontation between the parties of Macron and Mélenchon in the second round. According to her, it will be a choice between those who want to deprive citizens of their rights, and those who want to deprive them of their property.
“Next Sunday, it is important not to let Emmanuel Macron get an absolute majority that would allow him to impose us his anti-social project and do what he wants, without you and even against you, — she also wrote.
The lower house of the French Parliament has 577 seats. There are 6,293 registered candidates in the current elections, who are elected in majoritarian districts.
To win in the first round, a candidate must receive an absolute majority and at least 25% of the votes of registered voters. If none of the candidates has achieved this, a second round is held, in which politicians who have gained at least 12.5% take part. The winner is the one with the most votes.
Between these three parties, the main struggle in this vote is unfolding. According to an Ifop election poll, Macron's coalition can win from 250 to 290 seats, with 289 needed to gain a majority. However, according to Politico's forecast, the centrists could win up to 310 seats. The block led by Mélenchon can get from 190 to 235 seats, the right — from 42 to 62, and the party Le Pen — from 25 to 28.
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