LIVE – Municipal: Guerini recognizes an “extremely disappointing” result for LREM

A green surge and a record abstention. Three months after a first round already upset by the coronavirus crisis, this second round was again marked by a participation rate at half mast, between 40% and 41% according to estimates, against 62.1% in 2014. A “Green wave“For environmentalists, back”to victory“For LR,”click“For the RN thanks to Perpignan: the oppositions have all seen reasons for satisfaction in the results of the second round of the municipal elections, qualified on the other hand”disappointmentBy government spokesperson Sibeth Ndiaye.

»READ ALSO – Macron in a hurry to turn the page on municipal elections to relaunch

Anne Hidalgo triumphs in Paris. According to initial estimates, Ms. Hidalgo is in the lead, obtaining between 49.3% and 50.2% of the vote, far ahead of Rachida Dati (31.7 to 32.7%) and Agnès Buzyn (from 13.7 to 16 %). It would thus collect a hundred seats for its coalition Paris en Commun, against fifty for the LR right and from 6 to 12 only for the presidential majority.

»READ ALSO – Paris City Hall: Anne Hidalgo easily wins

The right retains its local roots but loses Marseille and Bordeaux. The results of the municipal elections are mixed for the right, which certainly claims “more than half of the cities», But sees its local roots overshadowed by the loss of Marseille and Bordeaux won by environmentalists, and that of Perpignan removed by the RN. The defeat is final in Marseille, stronghold of the right for 25 years, where the candidate LR Martine Vassal arrived ten points behind the ecologist Michèle Ruborila (29.8% against 39.9% of the vote). Thunderbolt also in Bordeaux, where after 73 years the right will lose the town hall, the environmentalist Pierre Hurmic is just ahead (between 45.6 and 46.8% of the vote) the outgoing LR and Macron-compatible Nicolas Florian (43 , 2-44.6%).

.

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on email
Email

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.