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Video: How do French Legislative Elections Work?


 

 

 

 

Legislative elections in France are not organized at a national level like the presidentials - but by constituency. There are 577 in France, who each send an MP to the National Assembly.

The voting system is uni-nominal and based on majority- candidates must win more than 50% to pass the first round. If not, a second round is organized with candidates having obtained a suffrage of at least equal to 12.5 percent of registered voters. This system favors the big parties, to the detriment of smaller ones who would prefer a proportional electoral system.

Despite being more representative of the electorate, proportional voting brought about political instability in the 4th Republic. It ended up disappearing in constitutional reforms in 1962. The objective of each party is to elect 289 MPs, an absolute majority at the National Assembly. It can then legislate without negotiating with any other bodies. Since 2002, legislative abstention never stopped rising- it reached almost 45% in 2012.

However these elections directly determine who will govern over the next 5 years. The new President’s party is only a year old and has no elected representatives for the moment. Meanwhile, the National Front has only 2 MPs in the Assembly. As for the traditional parties of left and right, they are more divided than ever since the presidential election…

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  •   How do French Legislative Elections Work?
    Legislative elections in France are not organized at a national level like the presidentials - but by constituency. There are 577 in France, who each send an MP to the National Assembly.  The voting system is uni-nominal and based on majority- candidates must win more than 50% to pass the first round. If not, a second round is organized with candidates having obtained a suffrage of at least equal to 12.5 percent of registered voters. This system favors the big parties, to the detriment of smaller ones who would prefer a proportional electoral system.
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Stunning Upset! LePen Trounces Globalist Macron in Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guayana!


 

TheGatewayPundit.com

First results from French overseas territories indicate a stunning upset victory for the “French Donald Trump” Marine LePen in today’s presidential run-off.

In the French overseas territories of Guadeloupe, Martinque and French Guayana, the allegedly “racist” or even “facist” Marine LePen scored a surprise upset against globalist incumbent Emmanuel Macron. In Guadeloupe, LePen scored 75% to Macron’s 25%, in Martinique 77.5% to Macron’s 22.5% and 65% in French Guayana to 35% for Macron.

All these overseas territories are primarily black and Creole. White Europeans only make up about 10-15% of the population, giving the lie to the smear of LePen as “racist”.

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Video: Candace Owens on French President Macron's Wife Being a Transgender Man


The biggest political scandal in history might be coming out of France, I recap my night at the UFC fight, John Cena goes naked at The Oscars, and Chris Cuomo and I debate Biden’s State of The Union on the PBD Podcast.

 

 

 
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You’re a Criminal in France If You Speak Ill of mRNA Vaccines


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Lawmakers in France are introducing new laws that allow the globalist government to imprison critics of experimental vaccines, such as Covid nRNA shots.

On February 14, the National Assembly in France pushed a new law that turned a critic of mRNA gene therapy treatments into a criminal. They passed it with almost no debate.

Under this Orwellian law, anyone who advises against the use of therapeutic or prophylactic treatment, including mRNA gene therapy, could go to prison for up to three years.

Labeling the offenders anti-Vaxxers, they also face a huge fine of €45,000.

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Video: France Bans Mail-In Ballots and Voting Machines


By M. Dowling
IndependentSential.com

There is a sane country in the Western World and it’s not the United States, it’s France. They are banning mail-in ballots and voting machines after the 2020 election.

Trump supporters aren’t the only ones who are concerned about election fraud.

Jack Posobiec of OAN spoke with a French member of the European Parliament to see whether foreign countries use the same kinds of election practices as the U.S.

The United States held a Banana Republic election and it’s not looking good for 2022. At least France learned a lesson from our election.
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