Legislative: the polls are open for the second round

Unlike the presidential election, the polling stations for the legislative elections will close their doors in principle at 6 p.m. in metropolitan France.

It’s 8 o ‘clock. Polling stations opened this Sunday in mainland France for the second round of the legislative elections. More than 40 million voters are called to the polls to elect the 577 future deputies of the National Assembly.

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Unlike the presidential election, the polling stations for the legislative elections will close their doors in principle at 6 p.m. in metropolitan France.

“By way of derogation, certain polling stations, in particular in large cities, will be open until 8 p.m. In this case, the prefectural decrees are published and displayed in each municipality”, specifies the Ministry of the Interior. on its website. This is the case for example in Paris.

No results can be communicated before the closing of the last polling station at 8 p.m. The first exit estimates from the polls will then be broadcast, and to be followed on BFMTV and BFMTV.com. The Ministry of the Interior will communicate official results in the evening after the first feedback from the polling stations.

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