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Campaign posters of Renaud Muselier, Les Republicains (LR) conservative party member, president of the regional assembly and candidate for the regional elections in the southern Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur region (PACA), and Thierry Mariani, candidate for presidency of PACA region part of French far-right Rassemblement National (RN) party ticket, are seen on electoral panels ahead of the second round of the French regional?elections in Nice, France, June 24, 2021. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

France helds run-offs for regional elections on Sunday (27 June) that could shift the balance between political heavyweights vying for pole position in next year’s presidential race, nagsusulat Michel Rose.

Last Sunday’s first round proved dire for President Emmanuel Macron, whose party is on course to win none of France’s 13 mainland regions, but was also disappointing for far-right leader Marine Le Pen. Magbasa nang higit pa.

Amid massive abstention, Le Pen’s party only came top in one region, Provence in the southeast, belying opinion polls projecting it would come first in six.

Sa halip, ang tradisyunal na mga konserbatibo sa gitna ng kanan, na na-decimated ni Macron noong halalan ng pampanguluhan at pambatasan noong 2017, ay nagsulat ng isang sorpresa na pagbabalik.

A trio of its top members, all former ministers and currently at the helm of some of France’s most populous regions, are running for re-election this Sunday, which they hope will give them a springboard for the 2022 presidential race.

In particular, Xavier Bertrand of the northern Hauts-de-France region around Calais has emerged as the conservatives’ favourite in opinion polls to represent the party in the presidential election. Magbasa nang higit pa.

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Macron’s aides see the former health minister as a threat who could eat away at the president’s centre-right voter base in the first round of the presidential vote in April.

Si Valerie Pecresse sa malawak na rehiyon ng Paris at si Laurent Wauquiez sa mas malawak na lugar ng Lyon ay ang dalawa pang konserbatibo na ang kapalaran noong Linggo ay maaaring magpasya kung hamunin nila si Bertrand noong 2022.

Meanwhile, Le Pen’s National Rally still hopes to win its first ever region in Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur around Marseille and Nice. Her lieutenant, Thierry Mariani, a former conservative minister, beat the incumbent from the centre-right last Sunday, but by a lower margin than expected. Magbasa nang higit pa.

Ang tagumpay ay magbibigay ng momentum sa Le Pen at isang platform upang hamunin ang Macron noong 2022, isang ulit ng 2017 tunggalian na ipinakita pa rin ng mga botohan ay mananalo ng Macron, kahit na may isang mas makitid na margin kaysa sa apat na taon na ang nakakaraan.

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