The two favorites – the candidate LR Marine Brennier in the Alpes-Maritimes and the Socialist Eric Elkouby in Bas-Rhin – were comfortably elected in the second round in parliamentary by
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everywhere. The second round of parliamentary by two that took place Sunday in Nice and Strasbourg will not change the balance in the Assembly. In the fifth district of Alpes-Maritimes, the candidate LR Marine Brennier won with 64.09% of the vote against the FN Michel Brutti and succeeds Christian Estrosi. In the first district of Bas-Rhin, the Socialist Eric Elkouby retains seat Armant Jung left with 53.8% of the vote against his opponent Jean-Emmanuel Robert LR.
Paca, the legislative part was organized following the resignation of Christian Estrosi, affected by the limitation of multiple office since his election to the presidency of the region last December. The LR mayor of Nice, who also chairs the metropolis, however, was not completely absent from this new election because it presented as alternate protected his 29 years. The departmental advisor and assistant to the mayor of Nice, which is also national president of the Young Republicans, is in turn a cumulative situation and will make a choice by giving up one of its previous mandates. In the first round, only 23% of registered had gone to the polls. Marine Brennier (47.4%) and Michel Brutti (30.7%) had outstripped all their competitors came in third with 7.5%, the candidate of the Left Front Philippe Pellegrini has capped his Socialist rival Chaama Graillat 200 votes ( 6.49%). Each of the four other candidates gathered less than 1,000 votes and months of 5% of the vote. In 2012, during the previous legislative election in Christian Estrosi was won in the first round tonight with 44% of votes, ahead of the PS (25%), the FN (21%) and the Left Front ( . 4%)
in Alsace, voters went to the polls after the resignation – for health reasons – the SP MP Armand Jung. With 30.5% of votes, the departmental advisor PS and Deputy Mayor of Strasbourg, Eric Elkouby, had won the first round, beating his rival Jean-Emmanuel Robert LR (19%). But both candidates had done less well than their predecessors in 2012: 11 points from the Socialist candidate, 9 points for its straight competitor. The other twelve candidates – including Andrea FN Didelot (10.4%) and the Green Simon Baumert (9.3%) – were eliminated in the first round in a ballot marked by a high abstention: 77.7% of registered had not gone to the polls.
the last partial legislation before the general renewal expected in 2017 will be held in the third district of Ain 5 and 12 June. It was caused by the resignation of MP LR Étienne Blanc, Mayor of Divonne-les-Bains and Vice President of the Regional Council Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, touched by limiting the accumulation of mandates. Right, the Regional Councillor Stephanie Pernod-LR Beaudon is challenged by two centrist candidates: UDI Olivier Seyssel and MoDem Olga Givernet. The left is also divided with the applications of PS Linglin Denis, Jean Mercier and the Green Left Front JS Bloch. The FN has Gaétan Noblet, who had obtained 13.5% in 2012.