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Update on some triangular matches with out withdrawals

In the context of the potential three-way and four-way races ensuing from the primary spherical of the legislative elections, 173 candidates had determined, on Monday at 6 p.m., to withdraw their candidacy to keep away from a scattering of votes within the second spherical and to dam the National Rally. Others, quite the opposite, selected to stay. Depending on the circumstances and the extent of the gaps between candidates, this will likely have the vocation to favor the far-right celebration.

  • Near Lyon, the troubled sport of the presidential candidates

Outgoing MP and presidential candidate within the twelfthe Rhône constituency, Cyrille Isaac-Sibille didn’t hesitate to remain within the second spherical in a three-way race the place the danger of RN victory is important. “Nothing is decided yet”declared the MoDem elected official.

A civil society candidate near the environmentalists, Lucie Gaillot-Durand got here out on high within the first spherical (30.02%). Mr. Isaac-Sibille is second (28.97%) and Clémence Luisié (RN) is in ambush (24.96%). The LR candidate obtained 13.88%. “The transfer of votes is very uncertain in a very strong anti-Macronist context. Mr. Isaac-Sibille is playing with fire”reacted Thomas Dossus, environmentalist senator for the Lyon area.

In the 8e constituency, the candidates of Ensemble (Dominique Despras, 21.18%) and Les Républicains (Nathalie Serre, 20.66%), who got here third and fourth respectively within the first spherical behind the RN and the PS-NFP, are passing the buck and usually are not withdrawing.

  • Two Macron camp supporters in Haute-Garonne

The Minister Delegate for Communities and Rural Affairs, Dominique Faure, third (28.99% of the vote) within the 10e The Haute-Garonne constituency, overwhelmed by the socialist Jacques Oberti (36.24%) and Caroline Falgas-Colomina (RN, 30.37%), is staying within the second spherical, she introduced to Agence France-Presse on Monday. “I have 22,800 voters who voted for it and I can't see how I could give them the only choice of voting RN or LFI.”argued the minister, saying she believed that the socialist Jacques Oberti “is linked by an alliance with LFI”.

Furthermore, within the 9e In the neighbouring constituency, the presidential candidate, Florian Delrieu, third with 22.36% of the vote, far behind the outgoing Green MP, Christine Arrighi (47.53%), and two factors behind the RN consultant, Caroline Beout (24.89%), introduced his resolution to stay.

  • In Angoulême, the match guarantees to be tight

In the 1D constituency of Charente, a three-way race will see René Pilato (La France insoumise-New Popular Front), Thomas Mesnier (Horizons) and Marion Latus (National Rally) competing. Mr. Pilato obtained 32.8% of the votes within the first spherical; Mr. Mesnier, 30.3%; and Latus, 30.26%.

In 2022, Thomas Mesnier received the election within the second spherical with solely 24 votes forward of Mr. Pilato. The latter then contested the election, and was elected as a deputy in January 2023 throughout a by-election. This time, Mr. Pilato received 1,382 votes greater than Thomas Mesnier, himself adopted by 23 votes by the RN candidate.

  • Facing François Hollande, his rival from LR is holding his personal, behind the National Rally

Francis Dubois, the outgoing MP of the 1D constituency of Corrèze, determined to remain after coming third within the first spherical (28.64%), behind the socialist François Hollande (37.63%) and the RN candidate, Maïtey Pouget (30.89%).

“The first lesson from this first round is François Hollande's low score without a reserve of votes,” wrote Mr. Dubois on X. And the RN candidate seems, in response to him, “unable to defend interests [des électeurs] » and without local anchoring. “We are due to this fact calling for a surge on the suitable”concludes Mr. Dubois.

  • Loïc Signor (Ensemble) is holding on in an election where LFI is well ahead of the RN

In the 3e In the Val-de-Marne constituency, candidate Loïc Signor (Ensemble), spokesperson for Renaissance, decided to remain in the second round, although he came third in the first round (23.77%), behind Louis Boyard (LFI-NFP, 42.17%) and Arnaud Barbotin (various right, claiming to be from the“nationwide union” between the National Rally and Eric Ciotti, the contested president of the Les Républicains party), at 27.31%.

Mr. Signor assures that he benefits in his approach from the support of the Prime Minister, Gabriel Attal, and of Stéphane Séjourné, the secretary general of the presidential party.

  • Olivier Véran remains in Isère, behind LFI but far ahead of RN

In Grenoble, in the 1D In the Isère constituency, the former Minister of Health, Olivier Véran (Ensemble), chose to remain after coming second in the first round (33.62%), between Hugo Prevost (LFI-NFP, 40.19%) and Alexandre Lacroix (LR-RN, 18.34%). “The Republic House is burning. Faced with the National Rally, we is not going to compromise. Voting means stopping the acute proper from holding the keys to energy,” he wrote about X.