Exit polls showed the victory of the party of Macron in the 2nd round of parliamentary elections
The second round of parliamentary elections in France ends with the victory of the party of Emmanuel Macron, according to exit polls. Turnout may be record low since 1958.
In the second round of the parliamentary election in France is won by the party of “Forward!” President Emmanuel Macron, reports Reuters with reference to data of exit polls.
According to preliminary data, the party members of the Makron will receive 315 of the 577 seats in the French Parliament. According to forecasts Ipsos, the party of the President of the country can get 311.
According to preliminary data from Kantar, the conservative party “the Republicans” will get 133 seats, the former ruling socialist party — 45 seats, “Rebellious France,” Jean-Luc Mélenchon about 17 seats.
Le Monde reports that the leader of “National front”, the former candidate for presidents of France marine Le Pen will join the Parliament as a Deputy from Pas-de-Calais. Her party, according to preliminary data, can get 8 seats in Parliament.
The turnout at 17:00 was of 35.33%, according to the French interior Ministry. This figure is a record low for all time of existence of the Fifth Republic. Franceinter, citing data from Ipsos reports that at the time of closing of polling stations, turnout was 43.4%.