Sylvie Casenave-Péré maintains her candidacy

Sylvie Casenave-Péré maintains her candidacy
Sylvie Casenave-Péré maintains her candidacy

In the fourth constituency of Sarthe, the period between the two rounds risks being tense. Coming in third position, only 35 votes behind outgoing MP Elise Leboucher (NFP), Sylvie Casenave-Peré (Ensemble) announced that she would maintain her candidacy in the second round of the early legislative election, this July 7, 2024. Information revealed by our colleagues from France Bleu Maine this Monday morning. And this despite the instructions of Prime Minister Gabriel Attal who called on the candidates of the presidential majority who came in third place to withdraw in favor of the candidates who defend the Republic: “Our objective is clear: to prevent the National Rally from having an absolute majority in the second round. »

Elise Leboucher’s message not heard

Elise Leboucher, the LFI candidate of the New Popular Front and outgoing MP, had called on the Ensemble candidate on Sunday evening to withdraw her candidacy in the second round. “I hope that she will withdraw in favor of my candidacy, which I would have done if I had come in third place she had expressed. It’s his responsibility.”

A message which does not seem to have been heard by Sylvie Casenave-Péré. ” If she – Elise Leboucher, Editor’s note – withdraws, I have a good chance of beating Ms. Le Penshe defends to our colleagues at -. So it is Mrs Leboucher who can or cannot elect Mrs Le Pen, I await her decision”.

If no agreement is reached between the two candidates, we are heading towards a three-way race in the fourth constituency of Sarthe, where Marie-Caroline Le Pen, candidate of the National Rally, came out on top with 39.26% of the votes cast.

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