11 to be precise. The presidential election just ended, and the parliamentary elections are now starting. How's it looking ? -The FN is trying to stay united. Even though there's a riot in progress. Marine Le Pen managed to stall it by asking everyone to behave until the end of the election season. -The right has "united" behind one of Sarkozy's darling François Barouin, and he'll be leading the campaign for them. He's already said that he would be prime minister if the right has an outright majority. If they have to do a coalition with Macron's people no one knows what they'll do. Bruno Le Maire, who was a candidate at the right's presidential primary, has already said he was ready to work with Macron starting right now, so the party is already not unified. More importantly, some journalists claim to have information about Juppé and his supporters having talks with Macron to join him. That would be a huge blow for the right. -En Marche is putting together a list of candidates. Manuel Valls, former prime minister and losing candidate for the left wing primary, will be seeking reelection under their banner. I just heard that the mayor from a town near mine wants to leave the greens and be a candidate for En Marche as well. -The PS is in shambles, but with enough incumbents and high profile candidates they might hold on. Although they're losing their right wing to En Marche, so maybe they won't have so many high profile candidates. -The far left is also in a problematic situation. Due to Mélenchon being a dick to everyone including his allies, the communists and Mélenchon's people are running candidates against each other everywhere. How they intend to get to the second round in more than 20 places is still a mystery.