Legislative 2017 : Who are the eight members of the national Front ?

Legislative 2017 : Who are the eight members of the national Front ?

The national Front will have a total of eight national Assembly deputies, mostly elected in the mining areas of the region Hauts-de-France. It is far short of the projections that Marine Le Pen could hope for in mid-2016, when the aim was a majority in the Palais Bourbon in the wake of accession to the Elysée.

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But it is more than it was predicted after the first round of the legislative and 13.2% of votes – a score of ” extremely disappointing “, of the confession of the president of the party, lower than that of 2012. Ever since the 35 elected by the fully proportional representation in 1986, the national Front had not got as many members. Quick overview :


  • Marine Le Pen, the patron saint of the party

Marine Le Pen, the announcement of his victory in legislative elections, in Henin-Beaumont, on the 18th of June.

The president of the Front national won the seat of mp in the 11e district of the Pas-de-Calais against Anne Pug, a head of business of 45 years, who was waging his first election campaign for The Republic in motion (LRM). In 2012, Marine Le Pen had failed in the second round to face the mp PS Philippe Kemel, who had advanced to extreme accuracy (50.11 per cent).

on Arrival a large lead in the first round (46 %) in this electoral district, which includes the city of Hénin-Beaumont, the leader frontiste fended off the republican front that had formed against her, and will sit, at 48 years of age, for the first time at the Meeting.


  • Louis Aliot, the historical framework

Louis Aliot, winner in the 2nd constituency of Pyrénées-Orientales, Sunday, June 18.

The vice-president of the Front national, and companion of Marine Le Pen, is elected as a member of the 2e district of the Pyrenees-Orientales. Opposite to Christine Espert (MoDem), this historical framework of the party has collected 50,56 % of the vote (452 votes ahead) and accesses for the first time at the Palais-Bourbon.

After three failed attempts since 2002 on the 1re district of the Eastern Pyrenees, this lawyer by training, 47-year-old, this time it was campaigned in the 2e district, traditionally to the right, where Marine Le Pen had done in the presidential election, its strongest score in Occitania.


  • Gilbert Collard, mp outgoing

The lawyer Gilbert Collard, elected mp in the Gard, on the 18th of June.

With 50,16 % of the votes and 123 votes ahead, Gilbert Collard narrowly beat Mary Sara in the 2e district of the Gard. The famous lawyer from marseille and the former torera were elbow to elbow at the end of the first round, in what was one of the duels of the expected vote.

” I won because the people of the Camargue is a people proud and free who has not fallen into the trap of the media coverage macronienne “, said on Sunday evening the mp, FN, outgoing, a 69-year-old, who had received in the between-two-towers support from Marion Maréchal-Le Pen at a rally, and then the mayor pro-FN of Béziers, Robert Ménard.


  • Bruno Bilde, the former adviser of Marine Le Pen

Bruno Bilde, elected FN in the Pas-de-Calais.

Bruno Bilde, 40 years old, was elected on Sunday 18 June, with 55,07 % of the vote, in the 12e district of the Pas-de-Calais, beating Coralie Rembert, candidate of The Republic in march. Deputy mayor FN in Hénin-Beaumont, Steeve Briois and Bruno Bilde was in charge of the communication of Marine Le Pen during the presidential election in 2017.

Former corporate lawyer, Nancéen of origin had left the party for two years to join the Mouvement national republican (MNR) of Bruno Mégret, before returning to the party frontiste in 2002 to the presidential campaign of Jean-Marie Le Pen.

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  • Sébastien Chenu, the defector LR

Sebastien Chenu, elected in the 19th electoral district of the North.

With 55,35 % of the vote, Sébastien Chenu has won the 19e district in the North, in the face of the candidate MoDem Sabine Hebbar. At the age of 44 years, Sébastien Chenu began his political career at the UMP, where he founded the association of defence of homosexuals GayLib. He arrived at the FN in December 2014, scandalisant some of its members hostile to homosexuals.

Very quickly, it makes it essential to Marine Le Pen, who will make one of his lieutenants. Accused of “parachuting” to the legislative, Sebastien Chenu said he had a slot at Denain, the main town of the district, for a year and a half.

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  • Ludovic Pajot, the youngest of the Assembly

Ludovic Pajot, elected in the Pas-de-Calais, be, at age 23, the youngest of the Assembly.

23 years old, Ludovic Pajot will be the benjamin of the national Assembly. Voted Front national in the 10e district of the Pas-de-Calais, it is imposed with 52,58 % of the vote in the face of the candidate LRM Laurence Deschanel.

Advisor municipal Bethune and elected official of the region Hauts-de-France in 2015, Mr. Pajot is mainly known for his positions anti-migrants, promoting, for example, a motion to ” My community without migrants “.


  • José Evrard, the ex-communist

José Evrard, elected deputy of the 3rd constituency of the Pas-de-Calais.

José Evrard is the new member of the 3e district of the Pas-de-Calais. At the age of 71, he has obtained Sunday, 52,94 % of the votes against his opponent of the MoDem, Patrick Debruyne.

at the Age of 71 years, José Evrard has been a communist militant for thirty-six years, before joining the national Front in 2014, is feeling ” betrayed its commitments, “, ” explains this retired from The Post office and town councillor in Billy-Montigny (Pas-de-Calais).


  • Emmanuelle Menard, a novice successful

Emmanuelle Menard (by 2 June 2017) won the sixth district of the Hérault department.

Emmanuelle Ménard was elected on Sunday as member FN in the 6e district of the Hérault, only a month after the official announcement of his candidacy. With 53,49 % of the vote, the wife of the mayor pro-FN of Béziers, Robert Ménard, has outstripped the candidate LRM Isabelle Voyer.

Also supported by Stand up France, it had taken the name of her husband, and was ” retreat “ of the site information, classified as highly to the right, Boulevard Voltaire, she ran.
She explained during the campaign, want as a member of ” to continue the action and the political “ of her husband.

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