Legislative: Marion Maréchal finally candidate as a substitute in Vaucluse

"Many hoped that she would come, unfortunately, with her pregnancy, she was still hesitating and today, that's it, her decision is made": May 9, Bertrand de la Chesnais, coordinator of the Reconquest movement! in the Vaucluse, confirmed that the vice-president of the movement of Éric Zemmour was not seeking to become a deputy again and was not appearing in the legislative elections.

Legislative: Marion Maréchal finally candidate as a substitute in Vaucluse

"Many hoped that she would come, unfortunately, with her pregnancy, she was still hesitating and today, that's it, her decision is made": May 9, Bertrand de la Chesnais, coordinator of the Reconquest movement! in the Vaucluse, confirmed that the vice-president of the movement of Éric Zemmour was not seeking to become a deputy again and was not appearing in the legislative elections. But the situation has since reversed.

Is this the announced difficulty of the fight in the Vaucluse? Finally, the one who was an RN deputy in the 3rd constituency of the department between 2012 and 2017, will be a candidate, according to information from La Provence confirmed by Le Parisien. Marion Maréchal presents herself as a substitute for Stanislas Rigault, the president of Generation Z, a youth movement with Zemmour. She confirmed it in the process on Twitter.

Very happy to be alongside @stanislasrig as a substitute in the 2nd circo of

It is for Marion Maréchal, who is due to give birth to her second child the day after the first round, to "contribute to the collective effort", she said Tuesday to La Provence.

Elected with 42% of the vote

Without the name of Marion Maréchal on the ballot, the battle in Vaucluse was going to be very difficult: in the presidential election, Marine Le Pen obtained 29.4% in the first round in the department, against 10.03% for Éric Zemmour, behind Emmanuel Macron and Jean-Luc Mélenchon. Marine Le Pen's niece brings her popularity rating: in June 2012, pushed by her grandfather, the young woman, then 22 years old, was elected with 42% of the vote in a triangular. At the end of the legislature, she had chosen to stop politics, to devote herself to her daughter Olympe and to launch a school of political science in Lyon a little later. In 2017, his successor, Hervé de Lépineau, came second, behind an unknown in politics, Brune Poirson, elected under the En Marche label and quickly appointed Secretary of State.

Hervé de Lépineau is again a candidate for the RN, as well as outgoing deputy Adrien Morenas (Together), Muriel Duenas (Nupes), Christophe Tonnaire (LR) and Patricia Rogier (Parti animaliste).


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