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The French Parliament consists of two houses: The National Assembly (lower house) and the Senate, (upper house).
The 577 members of the National Assembly are elected in a two round system by constituency, the second vote being a run off. There are 577 single member constituencies. 555 are within France itself, 17 are for overseas departments and 5 for overseas territories.
In the first round, the candidate has to secure an absolute majority of all the votes cast, provided that amount is equal two a quarter of the number of voters registered in that constituency. To be eligible for the second round, the candidate must have received at least 12.5% fo the total number of registered voters’ votes.
Each member is elected for a term of 5 years.