July 3, 2022


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Legislature in France: Non-voting is on the rise, here are the first results

At 5 p.m., the turnout was 38.11%, compared to 39.42% in the first round.


Guadeloupe is on the left: Justin Benin, the only Macronist candidate in the election, was attacked by Deputy Secretary of State for Maritime and Outgoing Affairs, while three of the four elected representatives were backed by News. The turnout was again very high with less than 28.23% turnout.

In the first constituency, outgoing deputy Olivier Serva was elected with 74.04% of the vote, without causing a stir within the party, with the support of the former LREM and LFI for the second round.

In the second round, Knepp’s candidate, Christian Baptiste, won 58.65% of the vote. He was recently appointed Secretary of State for the Sea against Justin Benin.

In the third constituency, RN candidate Roddy Tolasi failed to win a parliamentary mandate, while Marine Le Pen won his best score (almost 70%) in the second round of the presidential election. Outgoing MP Max Matthias (SE), who came second in the first round, finally won this second round (52.12% of the vote).

In the fourth constituency, without suspense, LFI-backed Elie Califer was elected with 100% of the vote. He only competes after his opponent Mary-Luce Benzard withdraws.


Giovanni William, Marceline Nado and Johnny Hajjar, backed by the LFI, will find the benches of the National Assembly for the first time in their political careers. They were elected in the first (center), second (northern) and third volume (Fort-de-France) of Martinique, respectively. Jean-Philippe Nilor was elected for the fourth consecutive term (Southern) for the third time. He often beat his predecessor and former mentor, Alfred Marie-Jean.

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The political formation of Gran Chanplay, the former chairman of the board of directors of Martinique’s Territorial Collectivity, was defeated in all constituencies of the island, winning four of its candidates in the second round.

The turnout was much lower (25.71%, 4 points more than in the first round) as more than a quarter of voters went to the polls than in the first round.


Guyanese voters have opted for the renewal. In the first volume, which covers the province of Cain, Jean-Victor Caster recognized the supporting role. Activist of the Movement for Colonization and Social Liberation (MDES) won the LFI-backed Yvane Goua in this constituency, which was vacated by various left-wing deputy Gabriel Cerville elected president of the Guyana Regional Community (CTG).

In the second round, Lénaïck Adam, backed by a majority of the president, was ousted from his post by Davy Rimon. The LFI-backed trade unionist received 54.12% of the vote.

The turnout was low in both constituencies in the second round.

Saint-Bartholomew and Saint-Martin

Friends Gumbs, the various central candidates who support the presidency along with the majority! Elected Vice-Chancellor. He received 67.21% of the registered votes, or 3,921 votes. Turnout on both islands was very low, 24.56%, almost two points lower than in 2017 (26.11%).

St. Pierre and Miquelon

After a close battle, Stephen Lenormont (AD, various right), the former leader of the regional community (2017-2020), was elected vice president for the region in the single constituency with 50.36% of the vote against Oliver Gaston. Only 19 votes were cast between the two candidates, with 186 invalid votes cast.

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