Macron’s party failed in the first round of regional elections in France

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Voting in the first round of regional elections in the country is over. The rate of those who did not go to the polls in the election was 66.1%. This rate was 50.09% in 2015 and 53.67% in 2010. French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said in a statement that this situation was alarming.

Government spokesman Gabriel Attal said part of the reason for the high number of those who did not vote in the elections is due to the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) outbreak.

According to exit polls, LREM candidates did not lead the first round of elections in any region of the country. The center-right Republican Party (LR) won 28.7 percent of the vote nationwide, leading the first round of the election.

The far-right National Unity Party (RN) finished second at 19.4 percent. The center-left Socialist Party (PS) obtained 15.6%, the Green Party (EELV) 12.9% and LREM 10.4%.

15 ministers or ministers of state across the country were vying for LREM in the election, but none of them obtained the number of votes to finish first in the first round.

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These elections are the last to take place before the presidential election next year.

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Jean Luc Melenchon, the leader of the ultra-left France Mouvement inflexible (LFI), said in a statement that an investigation should be opened into the conditions under which this election took place due to certain problems encountered in the first tower.

In the news of the French press, it was indicated that an electoral center in Marseille had not been opened on the grounds that there were not enough civil servants, and that there were not enough ballot papers in the electoral center of Cousolre, which has a population of around 2,000.

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