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Partial legislative in Ariège: the candidate Nupes will face the dissident socialist in the second round


Bénédicte Taurine, the outgoing LFI deputy, supported by the Nupes - and therefore the PS - will face the socialist dissident, Martine Froger, in the second round next Sunday. Third, the RN candidate is eliminated in the first round.

Here is another meeting which the socialist family would have done well without.

On the occasion of the first round of the partial legislative election in Ariège, Bénédicte Taurine the outgoing deputy LFI, supported by the Nupes - and therefore the PS - came out on top with 31.18% of the vote.

Qualified with her in the second round next Sunday: the socialist dissident, Martine Froger (26.42%), pushed by all the figures of the anti-Nupes PS.

If we are delighted in the rose party not to see the RN candidate make it to the second round (third with 24.78% of the vote), we are already anticipating a tense week between the two rounds internally.

Disavowal for the Macronist candidate

While waiting for the continuation, it is already a small victory for the dissident adventure of Martine Froger.

Last June, the socialist – since suspended from the party – was eliminated in the first round with 18.08% of the vote.

That is an improvement of eight points nine months later.

His opponent Insoumise lost two points (33.12% last June).

We should also note the poor performance of Renaissance candidate Anne Sophie-Tribout.

Arriving second, then eliminated in the second round, in June, the macronist finished fourth this time, losing nearly nine points (19.96% in June, 10.69% this Sunday).

No doubt a direct consequence of the social protest against the executive pension reform.

Source: lefigaro

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