France. Legislative elections: an increase in participation is confirmed at midday

“Participation on the rise: already 25.9% at midday”, title the Corriere della Sera on the French legislative elections. Called to vote in an early poll, French voters “do it en masse”, with participation at this stage “a sharp increase compared to 2022”, where it had reached 18.4%, underlines the transalpine newspaper.

“The midday score confirms the predictions: participation this Sunday will be strong,” writes the Swiss newspaper The weather in his live broadcast on the French elections.

More than 2.6 million proxies have been established since June 10, four times more than two years ago over a comparable period, recalls the daily.

“On Saturday, French people from overseas territories went to the polls, with a sharp increase in participation,” adds The weather.

“In New Caledonia, at midday on Sunday, 32.4% of voters had cast their ballot in the ballot box, a sharp increase compared to the 2022 legislative elections where the turnout rate at midday was 13.06%. . Also increase in participation at local midday in French Polynesia: 18% compared to 15.8% in 2022.”

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