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PARIS: An essential cog in the legislature, ten political parties have been formed in the National Assembly, equal to the record of the previous mandate. Seven opposition parties.

Macronists received a total of 250,39 votes from an absolute majority, according to a list published Wednesday in the Official Journal.

Majority in three groups (250 deputies)

Renaissance (ex-LREM), macron line

The first force in the assembly, with 172 deputies, the Renaissance Group, took the new name of La Republique en March, the “Promise of Skills”. He claims to “carry a clean project for the country”, according to Emanuel Macron.

Aurore Berg is in his head after Christoph Kastner. Of the 172, four are related: Solidarity Minister Damien Abad, Manuel Valls, Stephen Vojettar Heartthrob, as well as two members of the Radical Party.

To increase its numbers, deputies from the former small agir group have also joined the Renaissance.

Behind the scenes MoDem, Bayrou

The moderate group has 48 elected officials, led by Jean-Paul Mattei, a close friend of Modem Francois Bayru’s boss. He wants to maintain a “balance” between “social cohesion and knowledge of the budget”.

Horizon, stable to Edward Philip

Right-wing in the majority, the new group has 30 deputies (including two relatives) who have Laurent Marcanzelli at their head. Former Prime Minister Eduard Philippe, who does not sit in the Assembly, is on the initiative.

The group promises that it will “give nothing to those who want to improve in the face of hostility and political turmoil.”

Accurate and Ultimate Rights (151 Deputies)

RN, led by Marine Le Pen

The largest opposition party, the 89 elected members (including a related party) at the National Assembly, set a record for the far-right party, which won only eight seats in 2017. Marine Le Pen, the final candidate for president, runs it.

He has declared “strong opposition” to Emanuel Macron’s policy, but also “constructive” and has expressed a desire to “prepare for the alternative.”

LR and value

The Les Républicains group has seen its numbers drop from one hundred elected officials to 62 (including three relatives). It is now chaired by Olivia Marleux, who has taken over from Damien Abad, who has joined the majority.

It will be “an opposition party driven by the sole concern of protecting the interests of France and the French people” and pledges to continue to “live up to the values ​​of the right and the center.”

On the left, 4 groups = 1 nups (151 depots)

LFI, in the shadow of Melenchon

The radical left group rejects the Macronists’ “principle of social abuse” and has “common human and environmental interests as its only compass.”

The first leftist group, it has 75 members and re-appointed Mathilde Panot, who replaced Jean-Luc Melenchon in 2021, as its head. The LFI leader did not stand for re-election.

By expanding the electoral alliance nupes (new popular, environmental and social unions), the rebels formed an intergroup, an informal coordination structure with socialists, environmentalists and communists.

Socialist, special partner

After the sinking of the presidential election, the Socialist group managed to get 31 deputies, compared to the previous 28, thanks to the Nupes coalition. But he wants to maintain his identity against the LFI.

Presided over by Boris Valoud, the party claims “respect” for its leftist partners for “difference and complementarity”. It combines the number one personality of PS Olivia Fauer and the personality like Valerie Rabalt, who has kept herself away from the knops.

Ecologist, brand new

Once 23 people were selected, environmentalists were able to form a team. The head of EELV, Julien Bayou, is its vice-president, along with the deputy of Isere Serial Chatline. Sandrin Russo, Delphine Batho and even Aurelian Tache are members.

Communists doped by ultramarines

The Communists managed to expand their base by recruiting 15 to 22 deputies, including 10 from abroad. Andre Chasain was re-appointed as its head. These include former presidential candidate Fabian Russell, the national secretary of the PCF

An Independent Opposition for Territories (16 MEPs)

A 10th group of “republican, free, independent and responsible opposition” was formed with 16 members.

Baptized “Freedom, Independent, Foreign, Region”, it includes specially elected officials from abroad, Corsican nationalists and centralists. Bertrand Pancher is its vice-president with UDI Christoph Negelen.

Unregistered (9 deputies)

With less talking time and privileges, the number of unregistered people is nine. Among them, six leftist deputies opposed to sovereign Nicholas Dupont-Agnan and Nupes, grouped in a “pole” around David Habib.

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