Have you just turned 18 or have you recently moved and want to vote in the parliamentary elections in June? Don’t panic, it’s not too late to register for the electoral lists. Here’s how to do it quickly and easily.
It is the last straight line because at the beginning of May it will be too late. If you are not already on the electoral rolls, now is the time to do so in order to elect the 577 deputies who will sit in the National Assembly.
To vote in the parliamentary elections, for what?
Legislative elections, which always take place immediately after the presidential elections, are essential for citizens. And rightly so, it is the majority-elected deputies who will vote on the laws for the next five years. They also determine the new head of state because it allows him or her not to obtain a majority in the meeting room and thus carry out his policies. If your candidate is elected this Sunday, April 24, it’s time to give him more weight or, on the contrary, if you’re not happy with the presidential result, you can still vote for your political party.
How to register ?
The first round of the parliamentary elections will take place on Sunday 12 June and the second round, a week later, on 19 June. In order to vote, you must be registered on the electoral roll. To do this, go to service-public.fr. You must complete a form and enclose a proof of identity and address. Online registration is possible until tuesday 4 may†
If you don’t have internet or if you prefer the traditional method, you can do this until Thursday at the town hall or by post.Thursday May 6. Not sure whether you are on the electoral lists or on which polling station you depend? Don’t panic, if in doubt you can check your situation here.
Last straight line to make your voice heard.