Partial legislation in the Marne: Marine Le Pen and Marc Fesneau on the ground to support their respective candidates

Partial legislation in the Marne: Marine Le Pen and Marc Fesneau on the ground to support their respective candidates


As part of the partial legislation planned for January 22 and 29 in the 2nd constituency of the Marne, the leader of the RN deputies in the assembly, Marine Le Pen, and the Minister of Agriculture, Marc Fesneau, are expected on site to support their respective ones Candidates, this Saturday, April 14

An escalating legislative campaign. The leader of the RN deputies in the National Assembly, Marine Le Pen, and the Minister of Agriculture, Marc Fesneau, arrive to support their respective candidates this Saturday, January 14, on the occasion of the general elections in Fismes second constituency of the Marne, which ends of the month will take place.

If the election is indeed only to take place on January 22nd and 29th, Anne-Sophie Frigout of the National Rally (RN) will oppose Laure Miller of the Presidential Renaissance Party and seven other candidates against the presence of Marine Le Pen and Marc Fesneau therefore give this local election a very national dimension.

As a reminder, following the general election of June 2022, won by Anne-Sophie Frigout against Laure Miller, the December 2nd elections were definitively canceled by the Constitutional Council, with elders deciding a partial general election for the beginning of the year.

In question: the appeal of Presidential Majority candidate Laure Miller, who had argued that 965 of her ballots were not counted because they bore the mention of Emmanuel Macron. The Supreme Court had ruled that the sincerity of the election had been altered.

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to motivate troops

The main challenge for RN candidate Anne-Sophie Frigout will be to regain her mandate as MP for the next five years. To do so, however, it must first pass the first round on January 22nd, with a vote of at least 12.5% ​​of registered voters as for any legislature.

In June, however, no candidate had reached this threshold due to low turnout (46%). Therefore, while according to several observers the participation could be even lower this time, the mission for Marine Le Pen and Marc Fesneau is to motivate each of their troops.

The ex-head of the RN has also decided to go to the market in front of the town hall in the morning. She also has to go to the Esplanade restaurant for a speech. Regarding Marc Fesneau, the details of his trip were not yet known on Friday evening, although the presence of the Minister of Agriculture was well confirmed in the local media.