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Legislative: the Sarkozi to shreds after the second round



RESULTS OF LEGISLATIVE ELECTIONS - Nadine Morano was swept Meurthe-et-Moselle (44.33%) despite the foot supported calls to voters of the National Front.

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After the defeat of their mentor in the presidential election, it was the turn of the relatives of Nicolas Sarkozy of being in the carpet. And Nadine Morano, always at the forefront to defend the former head of state, was swept Meurthe-et-Moselle (44.33%) despite the foot supported calls to voters of the National Front.

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Another loss weight in the Sarkozy family, that of Claude Gueant, in the wake of Nicolas Sarkozy since 2002 - the Ministry of the Interior to the Elysee and the government-which was defeated Thierry right to dissent Solère (39.35 against 38.42). Faithful of the fidèkes, Frédéric Lefebvre would be beaten in the district from abroad French USA / Canada.

Former Advisor for Social Affairs Jean Castex, also launched for the first time in the battle of laws, failed in the eastern Pyrenees (46.97%). In the Bouches-du-Rhône, Renaud Muselier fought by the minister in charge of the disabled, Carlotti. In Seine-Saint-Denis, Eric Raoult, outgoing, suffered the same fate.

However, the former Minister for Ecology Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet (51.48) which was also the Nicolas Sarkozy's campaign spokesperson finally managed to keep his seat after a first round delicate. Another survivor in the entourage of the former President is Henri Guaino, his special adviser and pen at the Elysee. Larrivé Jerome, 35, another counselor Elysian since 2011, succeeds in win in the Yonne (51.64%) against the Socialist mayor of Auxerre

Eric Woerth reelected

In Oise, Eric Woerth was comfortably re-elected with 59.23% of the votes. Last week, former Secretary of State Alain Marleix, which has always been a staunch support of Nicolas Sarkozy, was re-elected in the first round.

In the stronghold of Sarkozy Hauts-de-Seine-including former president has long been an elution results are mixed. But one thing is certain: the heyday Sarkozy is no more. Manuel Aeschlimann lost his seat. Patrick Balkany, another close friend of Nicolas Sarkozy, was re-elected with 51.40% Levallois. Five years earlier, he had won with 55.25% of votes. Patrick Devedjian, long in the inner circle of the former host of the Elysee before you move away, was reelected. But with less than 200 votes ahead of his opponent, the president of the council of 92 narrowly escaped the exit route.

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