Justine Benin (Secretary of State for Sea), in favorable ballot in Guadeloupe

After the Guadeloupe 2nd constituency legislative election, Justine Benin (Secretary of State for Sea), was elected the winner.

Justine Benin (Secretary of State for Sea), in favorable ballot in Guadeloupe

After the Guadeloupe 2nd constituency legislative election, Justine Benin (Secretary of State for Sea), was elected the winner. She is ahead of Christian Baptiste (26.88%), who received 31.31%.

Surprisingly, the 3rd constituency puts Rody Tolassy (the local leader of RN) in front of Max Mathiasin (a deputy related to Modem). Marine Le Pen received almost 70% of Guadeloupe's votes in the second round.

The candidate of the PS, Elie Califer (mayor of Saint-Claude commune), is ahead of Marie-Luce Penchard (Minister of Overseas Nicolas Sarkozy), who was supported in this election via Renaissance

The turnout was low at 25.31%, as compared to 25.60% for the first round in 2017.

Martinique saw a strong abstention among the four constituencies in this first round. This was against 26% in 2017. Jean-Philippe Nilor (Democratic & Republican Left) was the only outgoing deputy to be represented. He was placed on waivers by Alfred Marie-Jeanne (85), his former mentor.

A far-left party Peyi-A and Gran sanble Pou matinik, the coalition headed by the Mim Martinican Independent Movement of Alfred Marie Jeanne will clash in the second round. In Fort-de-France, a candidate supported the Martinican Progressive Party, founded by Aime Cesaire, is on a ballot to defeat Gran sanble mou matinik.

Guyana's outgoing Macronist deputy Lenaick Adam, is on a favorable vote against Davy Rimane (member of the Union of Guyanese Workers).

The first constituency was where Gabriel Serville, GDR deputy 2012-2021, resigned to lead the Guyana community. Jean-Victor Castor of the Movement for Decolonization and Social Emancipation will be facing Yvane Gua, a figure from the voluntary sector and spokesperson for Trop Violans, a collective that emerged out of the chaos of the 2017 demonstrations.

The participation rate has slightly increased.

The first round saw the elimination of outgoing deputy LR Claire Javois Guion-Firmin in Saint-Barthelemy, Saint-Martin and Saint-Martin. The centrist Frantz Gums, who was president of Saint-Martin Collectivity from 2009 to 2012, and is currently second vice-president of territorial majority, will be opposed by the Divers right Daniel Gibbs (ex-deputy from 2012 to 2017) and president of Saint-Martin Collectivity from 2017 to 2022. It is extremely low at 21.25%, compared to 24.02% in 2017.

Stephane Claireaux (outgoing LREM deputy) did not stand in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon. The candidate from the local movement Archipel Demain will be opposed to Olivier Gaston, close to the party France Insoumise de Jean-Luc Melenchon.

The participation rate is also down, with 53.47% of registered voter moving against 59.47%.

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