And if the Savoyards, less than six months after the last legislative election, were soon called back to the polls to elect their deputies? This scenario of political fiction, as time has passed since the return to Parliament in September, has gained weight recently. In their edition of 6 November, our colleagues report Sunday newspaper claim that President Emmanuel Macron is seriously considering dissolving the National Assembly in the coming weeks to strengthen the weight of his party in the lower house, where he only has a relative majority.
If that were to happen, it is a safe bet that the ten deputies in place in Savoie and Haute-Savoie would return to the fight without hesitation. And that would be logical: their mandate is only just beginning, and legitimacy is on their side. But the losers of June, what would they do? Would they be ready to campaign again? To try your luck again? Nothing is less secure.