Legislative elections 2024: in Gironde, five socialist candidates, three for Les Écologists and LFI

Legislative elections 2024: in Gironde, five socialist candidates, three for Les Écologists and LFI
Legislative elections 2024: in Gironde, five socialist candidates, three for Les Écologists and LFI

Five constituencies for the Socialist Party, three for Les Écologues and La France insoumise, and one for the Communist Party. After the alliance sealed Thursday evening in Paris between the four left-wing groups, the “New Popular Front” formalized this Friday morning the distribution of investitures in Gironde and nationally. A distribution which is therefore not not modeled on that of the whole country, since on the national level, it is La France insoumise which will have the most representatives (229) ahead of the PS (175).

In Gironde, therefore, the Socialist Party will present candidates in the fourth constituency (right bank), the fifth (Médoc), the sixth (Mérignac), the seventh (Pessac) and the ninth (South-Gironde). Insoumise France inherits the third (Bordeaux South), of the 11th (Haute-Gironde) and the 12th (Between two seas). The ecologists, they will be represented in the first constituency (Bordeaux North), the second (Bordeaux center) and the 10th (South-Gironde). As for the communiststhey will invest the candidate of the eighth constituency, that of the Arcachon Basin. As in 2022, it is Marylène Faure.

Pascale Got in the Médoc, Sébastien Saint Pasteur on the 7th

From two in 2022, the PS goes to five candidates (out of 12 constituencies). Alain Rousset at the Region, Jean-Luc Gleyze at the Department and Christine Bost at the Métropole, threw all their weight into the negotiations. In the 5th constituency (Médoc) held by RN Grégoire de Fournas, Pascale Got was chosen. She was already a deputy in the constituency between 2007 and 2017 (before being dislodged by the ex-Macronist Benoît Simian). Sébastien Saint-Pasteur, elected in Pessac and departmental councilor, will lead the campaign in the 7th constituency (Mérignac/St Médard). In the 9th, Corinne Martinez was chosen.

For Europe Ecologie Les Verts, Céline Papin is designated in the 1st and Pascal Bourgeois in the 10th.

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For the moment, the names of the candidates have not been revealed. The only certainty is that three outgoing deputies elected under the Nupes label, will stand again. Alain David (PS – 4th district), Nicolas Thierry (The Ecologists – 2nd constituency) and Loic Prud’homme (LFI – 3rd constituency) will therefore put their sash back into play.

Renaissance refines its list, no white smoke in the RN

Faced with the “New Popular Front”, Renaissance is also refining its list. The six outgoing deputies Thomas Cazenave (1st district), Eric Poulliat (6th), Bérangère Couillard (7th), Sophie Panonacle (8th), Florent Boudie (10th) and Pascal Lavergne (12th) also represent themselves. In addition, Mélissa Karaca and Véronique Hammerer, who had lost in 2022 are leaving again, in the 4th and 11th constituencies. For the three missing constituencies, “we are still having discussions with our partners”notably the MoDem and Horizons, Aziz Skalli, the president of Renaissance en Gironde, said this Friday.

On the National Rally side, the list is not yet official, even if the outgoing MP Gregory of Fournas, elected in the Médoc, has already announced his candidacy. The vice-president of the party, Edwige Diaz, had not confirmed her new candidacy, Tuesday on France Bleu Gironde.

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