Paris's 5th constituency

The 5th constituency of Paris (French: Cinquième circonscription de Paris) is a French legislative constituency in the department of Paris. Like the other 576 French constituencies, it elects one member of the National Assembly using the two-round system. Its boundaries were heavily redrawn in 1988 and 2012. From 1958 until 1988 it was located on the Rive Gauche; since then it has been located on the Rive Droite. In the 2017 legislative election, Benjamin Griveaux of La République En Marche! (LREM) won a majority of the vote. Upon his appointment to the executive branch in 2017, he left his mandate to his substitute Élise Fajgeles, before regaining it in 2019.

5th constituency of Paris
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constituency
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Paris, showing its legislative constituency boundaries from 2012
Deputy
DepartmentParis

DeputiesEdit

Election Member Party
1958 Édouard Frédéric-Dupont CNI
1962 Jacques Mer UNR
1967 Édouard Frédéric-Dupont CNI
1968 Michel Caldaguès UDR
1973 Édouard Frédéric-Dupont RI
1986 Claude-Gérard Marcus RPR
1997 Tony Dreyfus PS
2012 Seybah Dagoma PS
2017 Benjamin Griveaux
Replaced by his substitute Élise Fajgeles in 2017
Regained his seat in 2019
LREM

Election resultsEdit

2017Edit

2017 legislative election: Paris's 5th constituency
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
LREM Benjamin Griveaux 19,247 43.63 N/A
PS Seybah Dagoma 5,503 12.47 -31.13
EELV Julien Bayou 5,454 12.36 +3.76
FI Layla Yakoub 5,237 11.87 N/A
LR Déborah Pawlik 3,511 7.96 -13.34
FN Marie Fontaine 1,240 2.81 -1.99
Others N/A 3,923
Turnout 44,531 58.68 -1.41
2nd round result
LREM Benjamin Griveaux 19,212 56.27 N/A
PS Seybah Dagoma 14,930 43.75 -26.35
Turnout 36,639 48.28 -8.56
LREM gain from PS Swing

2012Edit

2012 legislative election in Paris's 5th constituency[1]
Candidate Party First round Second round
Votes % Votes %
Seybah Dagoma PS 18,433 43.60% 27,385 70.10%
Benjamin Lancar UMP 9,007 21.30% 11,681 29.90%
Martine Billard FG 5,499 13.01%
Anne Souyris EELV 3,636 8.60%
Loris Pruvot MoDemNC 2,056 4.86%
Jean-Baptiste Marly FN 2,029 4.80%
Olga Johnson PRLGMCD 292 0.69%
Thomas Samain Cap21 286 0.68%
Mickaël Ferraz DVD 214 0.51%
Isabelle Foucher NPA 200 0.47%
Serge Federbusch DVD (PDL) 197 0.47%
Gaspard Delanoë PFT 180 0.43%
Monique Dabat LO 145 0.34%
Abel Boyi-Banga PCD 90 0.21%
Jeannine Sisti DVG 13 0.03%
Valid votes 42,277 99.21% 39,066 96.92%
Spoilt and null votes 337 0.79% 1,042 2.59%
Votes cast / turnout 42,614 60.09% 40,308 56.84%
Abstentions 28,304 39.91% 30,606 43.16%
Registered voters 70,918 100.00% 70,914 100.00%

2007Edit

Elections between 1988 and 2007 were based on the 1988 boundaries.

 
Map of Paris Constituencies, 1988-2007 elections


2007 legislative election: Paris's 5th constituency
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
PS Tony Dreyfus 10,865 36.31
UMP Lynda Asmani 8,667 28.97
MoDem Sophie Dion 3,593 12.01
LV Véronique Dubarry 2,304 7.70
PCF Sylvie Scherer 1,314 4.39
EXG Dominique Angelini 1,032 3.45
FN Marie-Claire de la Sayette 759 2.54
Others N/A 1,387
Turnout 30,200 60.67
2nd round result
PS Tony Dreyfus 17,391 63.19
UMP Lynda Asmani 10,132 36.81
Turnout 28,275 56.82
PS hold

2002Edit

2002 legislative election: Paris's 5th constituency
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
PS Tony Dreyfus 10,357 37.10
UMP Cécile Renson 6,559 23.50
LV Bernard Maris 2,994 10.73
UDF René Le Goff 2,530 9.06
FN Claude Raud 1,697 6.08
PCF Sylvie Scherer 1,000 3.58
Others N/A 2,778
Turnout 28,223 68.80
2nd round result
PS Tony Dreyfus 15,166 59.83
UMP Cécile Renson 10,182 40.17
Turnout 26,121 63.69
PS hold

1997Edit

1997 legislative election: Paris's 5th constituency
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
RPR Claude-Gérard Marcus 7,534 31.07
PS Tony Dreyfus 7,197 29.68
FN Françoise Monestier 2,822 11.64
PCF Dominique Léonard 1,610 6.64
LV Véronique Dubarry 1,308 5.39
LO Chantal Cauquil 743 3.06
EXG Sylvie Scherer 518 2.14
Others N/A 2,518
Turnout 24,917 61.38
2nd round result
PS Tony Dreyfus 13,767 53.55
RPR Claude-Gérard Marcus 11,942 46.45
Turnout 26,794 66.00
PS gain from RPR

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Résultats des élections législatives 2012". Ministry of the Interior. Retrieved 1 May 2017.