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Seven Breton deputies voted censorship – Politics

Seven Breton deputies voted, on Monday, the motion of censure tabled by the Liot group (Freedoms, independents, overseas and territories). Unsurprisingly, we find in this list Paul Molac, deputy Liot of Ploërmel, as well as the six elected Nupes of the region: 3 LFI (Murielle Lepvraud, deputy of Guingamp, Mathilde Hignet, deputy of Redon, and Frédéric Mathieu, deputy of Rennes south) and three socialists (Mélanie Thomin, MP for Châteaulin, Claudia Rouaux, MP for Rennes northwest, and Mickaël Bouloux, MP for Rennes centre).

The two Breton LR deputies did not vote for it. Marc Le Fur, MP for Lamballe, who had announced that he would abstain in the event of a vote on the pension bill, and Jean-Luc Bourgeaux, MP for Saint-Malo, who had announced his intention to vote against the text, did not join the 19 deputies of their group who chose to censure the government.

Analysis of the ballot

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