Arthur de Laborde, edited by Romain Rouillard 9:29 p.m., June 05, 2022, modified at 9:31 p.m., June 05, 2022

A week away from the first round of the legislative elections, several members of the government, also candidates in certain constituencies, do not seem able to win.

If they fail to be elected deputies, they will simply have to leave the government.

As the first round of the legislative elections is fast approaching, the campaign is accelerating and several government candidates have some worries to worry about.

The rule is simple: if they do not obtain their seat in the Assembly, they will have to leave this same government.

But they are a handful not to be in a position of strength in their respective constituencies. 



- Legislative: are we heading towards record abstention?

It is undoubtedly the Secretary of State for the Sea, Justine Bonnin, who will have the most difficulty in keeping her post.

She is in the running in Guadeloupe, in a constituency where rebellious France is the clear favourite.

The battle promises to be just as difficult for the Minister Delegate for Europe, Clément Beaune.

An Ifop poll gives this close to Emmanuel Macron, beaten in the seventh constituency of Paris by the candidate of the Left Alliance, Caroline Mécary.

Damien Abad, also in danger

The NUPES can also caress the hope of bringing down two other figures of the macronie.

The Minister for Ecological Transition, Amélie de Montchalin, in Essonne, but also the boss of the presidential party and new Minister of the Public Service, Stanislas de Guérini, in Paris are in danger.



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To remain in charge of the Health portfolio, Brigitte Bourguignon will have to fight to win against the National Rally in Pas de Calais.

Weakened by accusations of rape, the former boss of LR deputies, Damien Abad, is not sure to win in the department of Ain.

The Minister of Solidarity confronts a candidate from his former party, determined to make him regret having chosen to join the government.