try to form an absolute majority with our coalition simulator

try to form an absolute majority with our coalition simulator
try to form an absolute majority with our coalition simulator

SIMULATOR – A grand alliance ranging from the non-Mélenchonist left to the right via Macronie? An agreement between the right and the presidential coalition? Create your own coalition to explore the different possible majority scenarios.

Who will govern France? The question is on everyone’s lips the day after the second round of the legislative elections. If the New Popular Front has the first group in the National Assembly with 178 deputies, it remains quite far from the absolute majority, set at 289 parliamentarians. The same goes for the former presidential majority which retains 156 seats. And for the National Rally, which obtains 142 elected representatives. In this XVIIe legislature, which is supposed to last until June 2029, the adoption of laws will therefore inevitably involve coalitions, whether permanent or temporary.

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While the “republican front” – the withdrawals for “block the RN” – worked at the ballot box, some, on the left, in the macronie and on the right imagine its continuation within the Palais Bourbon itself. An unprecedented option under the Ve Republic, used only in the aftermath of the Second World War, between 1947 and 1951, when the French Section of the Workers’ International (SFIO), the Democratic and Socialist Union of the Resistance (UDSR), the radicals, the Popular Republican Movement (MRP) and the moderates (republican and liberal right) had come together to oppose the communists and the Gaullists.

This grand alliance, ranging from the non-Mélenchonist left to the right via Macronie, would make it possible to reach 347 deputies, which is much more than the absolute majority set at 289 parliamentarians. But the NFP, which remains united, excludes this hypothesis for the moment. Also unlikely, a coalition bringing together the National Rally and part of the right (Les Républicains and the various right) would only bring together 208 elected representatives and could only govern in a minority. This is also the case for an alliance between the former presidential majority and LR.

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