2020 French Senate Election
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2020 French Senate Election

2020 French Senate election

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172 of 348 seats of the Senate
175 seats needed for a majority
  Bruno Retailleau.png Patrick Kanner (cropped).jpg HMsenat (cropped).jpg
Leader Bruno Retailleau Patrick Kanner Hervé Marseille
Leader's seat Vendée Nord Hauts-de-Seine
Last election 146 seats 78 seats 49 seats
Seats before 144 71 51
Seats after 148 65 54
Seat change Increase4 Decrease6 Increase3
Group LR SER UC

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Leader François Patriat Jean-Claude Requier Éliane Assassi
Leader's seat Côte-d'Or Lot Seine-Saint-Denis
Last election 21 seats 21 seats 15 seats
Seats before 23 24 16
Seats after 23 15 15
Seat change Steady Decrease9 Decrease1
Group RDPI RDSE CRCE

  Claude Malhuret, président du groupe Les Indépendants - Sénat (cropped).jpg Guillaume Gontard.jpg
Leader Claude Malhuret Guillaume Gontard
Leader's seat Allier Isère
Last election 11 seats Did not exist
Seats before 13 Did not exist
Seats after 13 12
Seat change Steady Increase12
Group LIRT EST

Senatorial elections were held on 27 September 2020 to pick 172 of the 348 seats in the Senate of the French Fifth Republic. The elections were a modest victory for the centre-right Républicains. The environmentalist EELV party entered the upper chamber, while President Macron's centrist LREM maintained their position, despite losses in municipal elections earlier in the year. The far-right NR kept their one seat, and the Corsican nationalists gained their first seat as well.[1]

Elected senators

References

  1. ^ Boichot, Loris (27 September 2020). "Élections sénatoriales: majorité de droite renforcée, percée écolo, maintien de LREM et du RN". Le Figaro. Retrieved 2021.

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