2024 Legislative Elections: Béatrice Bellamy remains MP for La Roche-sur-Yon Sud

2024 Legislative Elections: Béatrice Bellamy remains MP for La Roche-sur-Yon Sud
2024 Legislative Elections: Béatrice Bellamy remains MP for La Roche-sur-Yon Sud

She was leading in the first round, and Béatrice Bellamy has just converted the momentum this Sunday for the second round of the early legislative elections. The Horizons MP collected 57% of the votes and finished in the lead ahead of Marie-Christine Ebran of the National Rally. Supported by former Prime Minister Édouard Philippe During a trip during the week between the two rounds, the outgoing MP will return to the red benches of the Palais Bourbon.

From Republicans to Horizons

This daughter of a general practitioner entered the National Assembly two years ago when she was invested by the presidential majority, taking over from Patrick Loiseau. Béatrice Bellamy grew up in Cugand, where she took her first steps as a municipal elected official at the age of 23.

In 2017, she was a member of Les Républicains, for whom she led a campaign in the legislative elections. This 57-year-old woman participated in the work of the parliamentary committee on cultural affairs and education during her two years in office. She was also a member and Vice-president of the commission of inquiry into difficulties in accessing care in public hospitals.

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