Michèle Rubirola arrived in head to Marseille on Sunday evening but is not formally assured of becoming the first mayor of the left side of the city of marseille, after 25 years of reign of the right. The spreads are very low and negotiations will have to begin to conquer a majority.The essential Michèle Rubirola arrives in head to Marseille after the second round of the municipal elections, but the rules of the election guarantee not to become the mayor because it has not only a majority to govern. It must, therefore, enter into negotiations with his opponents, whose 8 advisors of Samia Ghali. Right, Martine Vassal, who can build on the victories of his list in 3 densely populated areas, announced Sunday : "This evening I have not lost. There is no majority in Marseille, not the mayor of Marseille". Outgoing mayor, Jean-Claude Gaudin also announces days of negotiations. "A lot will depend on the choices lists in the minority yesterday between the continuation of the development of the city and the refolding to the mistakes of the past and the decline". Live Receive our alerts live !
09:52 - "An electoral system by sectors which is a contradiction of democracy", judge Michèle Rubirola
"It is a relative victory for us, but it is a defeat for the right", has held Michèle Rubirola after the announcement of the results in remarks picked up by France 3. The candidate, leader of the list of the Spring in Marseille, it is income on the absence of a majority, a scenario that will animate the next few days before the session of the city council. "The election don't give us a clear verdict. Without doubt have to be there to see the last signs of resistance to a system that the majority of Marseille have rejected," she judged, ensuring that "the right is no longer able to govern", and denouncing an "electoral system by sectors which is a contradiction to democracy."
09:47 - Benedict Payan : "can you imagine that Samia Ghali gives the keys of the city to the right ?"
Elected Sunday evening the mayor of the 2nd sector, where he represented the list of the Spring in marseille led by Michèle Rubirola, Benedict Payan was a guest on France Bleu this morning (Monday). Reflecting on the results, he referred to a "fault of democratic" referring to the fact that Michèle Rubirola, came top with 13 000 votes ahead, could not be elected mayor according to the rules in Marseille. The right who won or retained in densely populated areas, the candidate of the left does not have a majority only in order to govern. "Martine Vassal is no longer able to build a majority," he advanced about the candidate of the right. Samia Ghali, the list of which will be awarded 8 seats in the municipal council, should play the role of referee. "Can you imagine that Samia Ghali gives the keys of the city to the right that it has fought for 25 years," he judged. "We're going to make a majority, it will expand to the vote of the Marseillais to be respected."
09:37 - Jean-Claude Gaudin tackle LREM and puts pressure on the elected minority
In this press release issued Sunday evening, Jean-Claude Gaudin also announces that the negotiations to come to get the absolute majority in the municipal council. "The choice of the national leaders of The Republic in March and Mr. Berland to maintain itself in the 6th and 8th districts have allowed the Left to prevail in this sector, ja-t-it. With 1.5% of the votes on the city as a whole, they deliberately took the risk to switch from Marseille to the left. However, nothing is yet played for the designation of the future mayor of Marseille by the city Council at the end of next week. A lot will depend on the choices of the eleven elected representatives of the lists in the minority yesterday between the continuation of the development of the city and the refolding to the mistakes of the past and the decline".
09:30 - Jean-Claude Gaudin welcomed Martine Vassal
outgoing Mayor, Jean-Claude Gaudin is about to leave his chair, mayor of Marseille he has held since 1995. The leader of the right has released a statement on Sunday evening, referring to the results of "his" candidate and ax-assistant Martine Vassal. "This second round of voting confirmed the net thrust to the left felt already, in Marseille, as in all France, in the month of march. But it did not hold true majority to clearly identify my successor at the head of our city," he wrote, in particular, stating that "the lists headed by Martine Vassal, have resisted, better than the forecast to polls."Who is Michèle Rubirola, the new leader of the left in Marseille ?
the Head of the list of the Spring in marseille, which brings together the PS, the PCF, ex-EELV and some Untamed, Michèle Rubirola, is a physician, environmentalist and very involved in social action. Its program : to make of Marseilles a city " sustainable, more green, more democratic. Less noisy and polluted". Priority is given to schools, housing, hospitals, and in urban planning more green. In the first round of municipal elections in marseilles, the union of the left had won 23,44% of the vote, ahead of the 22.3% of Martine Vassal of the Republicans. Until the last moments of the campaign, Michèle Rubirola has indeed benefited from a positive dynamic, the latest polls giving it in a good position to snatch at the right hand the city of Marseille.
The Spring of marseille has designated Michèle Rubirola the top of the list in January, after the withdrawal of the PS Benedict Payan. The movement was created following the drama of the effondrement of the buildings of the rue d'aubagne in the centre of the city in November 2018. "I had no ambition to be mayor of Marseille, I wanted to be an assistant to turn a difference in the lives of people ", said there is little the candidate for the Figaro. During the campaign, a survey was made of the effect of a bomb, a survey BVA for The Tribune and Europe 1 was given in front of his rival of LR, with 35% against 30%, while Stéphane Ravier has been credited with 20%.Larzac to the fight against nuclear power Date Of Update: 29 June 2020, 03:57