Legislative 2022. Live: The results of the first round are known at 8 p.m. towards record abstention

This Sunday is the first round of 2022 legislative elections.

Legislative 2022. Live: The results of the first round are known at 8 p.m. towards record abstention

This Sunday is the first round of 2022 legislative elections. The entire National Assembly is being renewed by 48.7 millions voters. The 577 deputies are responsible for passing laws at the National Assembly. They are elected for five-year terms by majority vote in two rounds for each constituency. After the second round, the names of the new deputies are known.

6:03 p.m . According to estimates, Towards record abstention during the first round

According to the Ministry of the Interior, the participation in the first round of the legislative election was 39.42% on Sunday at 5 p.m. This is 1.3 percentage points lower than 2017's figure of 40.75%. It is also lower than the 48.31%) and the first round of presidential elections in 2022 (65%).

According to estimates from five polling institutions, Abstention could reach a new record for the first round of legislative election. It will be between 52.5% - 53%, which is more than one point higher than the previous record. of 2017 (51.3%)

6:01 p.m . 6:01 p.m. - Record abstention marks the first known results in Overseas France

Jean-Philippe Nilor, the only outgoing deputy, was elected to Martinique by Alfred Marie-Jeanne (85), his former mentor. In two other constituencies, there will be a clash between a far-left party Peyi-A and Gran sanble pou dimineaţik. The coalition led by the Mim (Martinican independent movement founded by Alfred Marie Jeanne), while in Fort-de-France, a candidate supported the Martinican Progressive Party, which was created by Aime Cesaire is on the ballot, against Gran sanble pou morik.

Guadeloupe's two outgoing deputies have been elected to a favorable vote: Justine Benin (2nd Cir. ), who will be playing the role of Secretary of State for Sea in the government's government, will challenge Christian Baptiste (1st circ.) and Olivier Serva (1st circ.). Recently, he resigned as a presidential majority member. Surprise! The 3rd constituency puts Rody Tolassy (the local leader of RN) in front of Max Mathiasin (an outgoing deputy related to Modem). The candidate for the 4th district is Elie Califer (mayor of Saint-Claude), supported by the PS. Marie-Luce Penchard was the Minister of Overseas Nicolas Sarkozy. Renaissance supported this election.

Guyana's outgoing Macronist deputy Lenaick Adams is voting in favor of Davy Rimane (a member of the Union of Guyanese Workers), on the ballot. Jean-Victor Castor of the Movement for Decolonization and Social Emancipation will be in the first constituency. Yvane Gua, a prominent figure in the community and spokesperson for Trop Violans, a collective formed out of the chaos of 2017 protests, will take on Jean-Victor Castor.

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.

In Saint-Pierre and Miquelon the second round will pit Stephane Lenormand (the candidate of the Archipel Demain local movement) against Olivier Gaston (close to the France Insoumise party Jean-Luc Melenchon).

The presidential majority candidates are leading New Caledonia. Philippe Dunoyer (outgoing), who served in the previous term as a member of the UDI, before joining Together for the election, is more than 40%. He will be facing Wali Wahetra (FLNKS) in the second round. This candidate makes an unexpected breakthrough. Nicolas Metzdorf (Together), who is in the second constituency where Philippe Gomes (UDI), was absent, comes neck-and-neck with Gerard Reignier, the separatist.

Wallis and Futuna had seven candidates running for the one seat. Mikaele Seo is the majority candidate in the archipelago. He will be voting against Etuato Muikihaamea who was supported by the opposition.

However, overseas voting remains a high-abstention area with an average turnout at 25%.

6 p.m.: This live is dedicated to the first round in the legislative elections on Sunday.

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