Colette Capdevielle elected in the 5th constituency

Colette Capdevielle elected in the 5th constituency
Colette Capdevielle elected in the 5th constituency

“It’s a historic evening. Three left-wing candidates from the Basque Country are entering the Palais-Bourbon,” declared Colette Capdevielle, in the heat of the moment. “In the 5th constituency, the RN has made little progress compared to the first round. There was a good transfer of votes on our side.”

Changing the world

For the one who is returning to the National Assembly, “we don’t yet know what the composition of the different groups will be. During my first term, we had the majority. Today, we are changing worlds, and it’s a bit of a leap into the unknown. The Fifth Republic is switching to a parliamentary regime. It’s something completely new, but it can work. For me, it’s only with the RN, a party that is not in the republican field, that it will never be possible to do something.”

“President Macron’s party finds itself in the minority,” adds the new MP. “We are going to have to carry out a whole parliamentary work, which is never talked about, but which is essential, of evaluating the public policies that have been carried out since 2017. Emmanuel Macron did not like this part of the work of Parliament.”

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