René Pilato and Laure Miller, two new deputies to the Assembly
The new deputy of the NUPES René Pilato.
POLITICS – NUPES won a seat in Charente and the RN lost one to Renaissance in Marne after the second round of three partial legislative Sunday January 29.
The majority carries out a neutral operation for its part, since it loses the seat of Thomas Mesnier (Horizons) in the first constituency of Charente but won thanks to Laure Miller (Renaissance) the second district of the Marne.
These three elections had been provoked by invalidation decisions of the Constitutional Council.
In the 8th district of Pas-de-Calais (Saint-Omer and surroundings) Bertrand Petit – related to PS and invested by the NUPESafter having presented a dissenting candidacy in June – is the only one of the three outgoing candidates renewed, after having largely dominated, with 66.49% of the votes, the candidate RN Auguste Evrard, who collected 33.51% of the votes, in a second turn where only 27.93% of voters in the constituency went to vote.
Congratulations Bertrand Petit, re-elected MP for Pas-de-Calais! #circo6208 https://t.co/vT7RlUlLIB
— Socialist and related deputies (@socialistesAN)
In June, Bertrand Petit won with 55.82% of the vote, allowing the left to reconquer this former stronghold, in a department where six out of twelve constituencies had been won by the RN. His election had been invalidated because of the choice of his deputy, René Hocq, ineligible because he was already replacing a senator.
Commission of control in the first district of the Charente
In the first constituency of Charente, which includes the Angoulême prefecture, René Pilato won with 50.99% of the votes cast ahead of the candidate of the presidential majority and spokesman for Horizons Thomas Mesnier (49.01%) .
That is a difference of 474 votes according to the figures of the prefecture. The participation rate was 30.21%. The results are provisional pending a meeting of the control commission which will take place this Monday morning.
The margin was already very tight in the first round between the two candidates (42 votes difference) with a result of 35.54% for Thomas Mesnier, 35.36 for René Pilato.
A new LFI-NUPES deputy to fight retirement at 64. Thank you all for contributing to this… https://t.co/5tMfeojrjY
— Rene Pilato (@PilatoRene)
In the second constituency of Marne, which includes several cantons of Reims, Laure Miller was elected with 51.8% of the vote against 48.2% of the vote for the deputy RN Anne-Sophie Frigout, during a marked second round. by an abstention rate of 74.83%.
Glad to have @Laure_Miller @AssembleeNat as a new colleague. Welcome to her and tomorrow at work my dear… https://t.co/C4ZSNzCdZl
— Xavier Albertini (@xavieralbertini)
Laure Miller, who was however more than four points behind her opponent at the end of the first round, benefited from a good carryover of votes to win. The NUPES candidate Victorien Pâté, who came third in the first round, had called in particular not to give any voice to the RN.
I measure the extent of expectations but also the sum of anger. It is to provide an answer to this that I have… https://t.co/VJF0bmu5Sm
—Laure Miller (@Laure_Miller)
In June, Laure Miller had been eliminated in the first round, her electorate being torn between her and former MP Aina Kuric (various center), who then presented herself as a dissident, but who withdrew this time.
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