It was what Les Republicains, the deputy leaving the 5th District, expected. His opponents are searching for lice. Two of his rivals, the candidate for the presidential movement Together, were there to counter Didier Quentin in the field of ideas. Christophe Plassard (Socialist Margarita Sola) and Margarita Sola, the socialist, accuse the outgoing of violating electoral display rules.
In fact, Didier Quentin's face is visible on many of the 268 billboards in the 5th constituency. It is located at the n deg 3 location that he was drawn to, as per the prefectural decree of May 23, 20,22.
Didier Quentin does not read article 51 of the electoral codes nor the "candidate’s memento", published by the Ministry of the Interior, like his rivals. He doesn't read any ban on posting to legal panels "from when the prefect has announced which official candidates have been selected for the panels", even though the decree was published before the opening date of this electoral campaign, Monday, May 30, at midnight. It's perfectly legal!
Christophe Plassard will, however, consider this posting illegal. Although these episodes may not seem very significant at the moment, it would be a whole new dimension if a few voices were to separate us on the evening June 19.