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Within two months of running for president, Emmanuel Macron was once again in a tug-of-war, but in the opposite situation. In the French presidential election, the current president came in the second round, very close to the far-right leader Marine Le Pen. Now, in the first round of assembly elections, the left-wing regime led by the far-left leader Jean-Luc Mélenchon is joining hands. Macron’s party won by a narrow margin of 0.1% or 21,000 votes this Sunday night, and was in danger of losing a parliamentary majority. However, the results open everything up to the second round of elections in a week.
Emmanuel Macron’s party-led coalition received the most votes with 5,857,558 votes (25.75%). In second place was NUPES, a left-wing group with a total of 5,836,116 votes (25.66%), contrary to the initial opinion poll that the Left Alliance had won. The two organizations that received the most votes were separated by a total of 21,472 votes. The National Union, Marine Le Pen’s far-right party, came in third with 4,248,573 votes (18.68%). Then came the center-right coalition – the Republican main party – with 2,370,882 votes (10.42%). In fifth place was Eric Gemmore’s far – right party, Reconcista, with 964,865 votes, a total of 4.24%. Non-voting reached an all-time high of 53%.
France. Left-wing contraction competes in the first round. The government denies the “false allegations of manipulation.”
Even before the final results, the first opinion poll released this Sunday indicated that after the first round of the legislature, the French presidential party-led coalition would win re-election, but would have difficulty reaching 289 delegates. To achieve a majority in the National Assembly, the lower house of the French Parliament.
Emmanuel Macron is not sure of having an absolute majority in terms of seats in the National Assembly, which is estimated at 8 p.m.
Here is the detailed forecast: https://t.co/Jk9pWqksxd# Assembly # Legislatures 2022 pic.twitter.com/m4wz3gSv08
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The main face of the leader of the News, the Socialists, the Communists, the Left Alliance uniting ecologists, and the disobedient Jean-Luc Mன்சlenchon of France. Achieves better results than 2017, Electing 150 to 190 MPs (vs. 72 five years ago). While these predictions show that the group is not outnumbered, the parties are mobilizing to form a coalition as a force capable of confronting Emmanuel Macron and pushing him into a coexistence situation.
In percentage terms, The results put News and the ensemble in a technical tie With a small advantage (0.09%) to the alliance of Emmanuel Macron. But the key is to win this election As many blocks as possible, Because representatives are elected by direct vote, as in presidential elections. The more seats a party wins (regardless of the total number of votes in France), the more MPs it will elect. In this last domain, polls already expect a victory for the French president’s party – by a significant margin -.
For now, without the need to go to the second round, only five MPs (four from Knobs and another from Macron’s party) were elected this Sunday. At the end of the night, who are the winners? And who lost? Who should run hard to get a good result next Sunday? This will be an important week.
Predictions show that it is difficult to win a simple majority of seats in the National Assembly. However, the left-wing conflict reached an end Breathe for the second roundAnd may play a strong role in opposing the government.
After the first known predictions were made at 20:00 (less than an hour in Portugal), the disobedient French leader Jean-Luc Mன்சlenchon acknowledged the good decision, which he considers to translate as “a general” extraordinary opportunity “. The fate of the homeland.” “Knobs has successfully completed his first experiment: campaigning together, side by side, and persuading. In democracies, this is where everything is determined: it is necessary to convince. We were able to convince a lot. “Highlighted.