The elections of June 12 and 19 take place in 577 territorial entities which do not always correspond to the limits of the municipalities. Find your constituency in our search engine.
On June 12 and June 19, the legislative elections take place, or 577 elections with two rounds, in as many constituencies, to elect the deputies who will compose the National Assembly for five years.
The 577 constituencies correspond to a complex territorial network: most are made up of several municipalities, some correspond to several districts of a large city, while others include part of the city and neighboring municipalities. The limit is sometimes made within the same street, or between peer and odd numbers.
By entering the address of your home in the engine below, as precisely as possible, find the constituency in which you can vote on June 12 and 19.