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Of the 15 candidate ministers, Borne, Véran and Attal confirmed, Montchalin and Beaune in danger

They play their head. Among the fifteen members of the government candidates for the legislative elections, none was elected in the first round, nor eliminated on Sunday. If Elisabeth Borne performed well, several of her ministers are however threatened.

Ministers in favorable ballot

– Elisabeth Borne, Prime Minister, in the lead in the sixth constituency of Calvados with 34.32% ahead of Nupes (24.53%);

– Gabriel Attal (Public Accounts), leading in the tenth constituency of Hauts-de-Seine with 48.06%, ahead of Nupes (30.75%);

– Olivier Véran (Relations with Parliament), in the lead in the first constituency of Isère with 40.50%, ahead of Nupes (36.86%);

– Gérald Darmanin (Interior), in the lead in the tenth constituency of the North with 39.11% ahead of Nupes (23.08%);

– Olivier Dussopt (Labour), in the lead in the second constituency of Ardèche with 30.04%, ahead of Nupes (23.58%);

– Olivia Grégoire (Government Spokesperson), in the lead in the twelfth constituency of Paris with 39.51%, ahead of Nupes (22.34%);

– Franck Riester (Foreign Trade), leading in the fifth district of Seine-et-Marne with 29.27%, ahead of the RN (25.41%);

– Marc Fesneau (Agriculture), in the lead in the first constituency of Loir-et-Cher with 31.97%, ahead of Nupes (24.31%);

– Damien Abad (Solidarity), leading in the fifth constituency of Ain with 33.38%, ahead of Nupes (23.54%);

– Yaël Braun-Pivet (Overseas), in the lead in the fifth constituency of Yvelines with 36.59%, ahead of Nupes (23.55%);

– Brigitte Bourguignon (Health), leading in the sixth constituency of Pas-de-Calais with 32.10%, ahead of the RN (30.33%).

The minister in uncertain ballot

– Justine Benin (Mer), in the lead in the second constituency of Guadeloupe with 31.31%, ahead of a diverse left candidacy (26.78%).

Ministers in unfavorable ballot

– Amélie de Montchalin (Ecological Transition), second in the sixth constituency of Essonne with 31.46%, behind Nupes (38.31%);

– Clément Beaune (Europe), who came second in the seventh constituency of Paris with 35.81%, behind Nupes (40.43%);

– Stanislas Guerini (Transformation of the public service), came second in the third constituency of Paris with 32.50%, behind Nupes (38.66%).

Source: 20minutes

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