Rachel Keke beaten by Vincent Jeanbrun

Rachel Keke beaten by Vincent Jeanbrun
Rachel Keke beaten by Vincent Jeanbrun

Thomas Cup

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Overtaken by the outgoing MP Rachel Keke (La France Insoumise), Vincent Jeanbrun (LR) made up for lost time and was elected MP for Val-de-Marne.

Shortly after 10 p.m., and well before the publication of the official results, Vincent Jeanbrun (Les Républicains, LR) announced that he had won his second-round duel against outgoing MP Rachel Keke, nominated by the New Popular Front in the 7th constituency of Val-de-Marne.

“It’s a magnificent collective victory”he rejoiced on his X account, after his narrow victory against the Insoumise. He collected 50.67% of the votes, and above all made up for a deficit of 4,000 votes compared to the results of the first round. The election was decided by a difference of just over 500 votes.

Recall the order

This close friend of Valérie Pécresse, mayor of l’Haÿ-les-Roses since 2014, is entering the National Assembly. He is elected in this constituency which includes the municipalities of Chevilly-Larue; Thiais; Fresnes and l’Haÿ-les-Roses.

The outgoing Rachel Keke had made a name for herself in the Chamber in recent weeks, receiving a warning with an entry in the minutes for having brandished a Palestinian flag in the middle of the session. In 2022, she won by a hair’s breadth in this constituency that is rather anchored on the right.

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