Australia Val-de-Marne: Patrick Farcy elected mayor of Villecresnes among his own

19:55  23 may  2020
19:55  23 may  2020 Source:   leparisien.fr

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Patrick Farcy (SE), élu maire ce samedi, à Villecresnes © DR Patrick Farcy (SE), elected mayor this Saturday, in Villecresnes

This Saturday morning, it is not in the traditional council room of the town hall of Villecresnes (Val-de-Marne) that the installation city council of the new team took place, but in the Préau des Merles, a room near the town hall, larger and better adapted to the precautions sanitary facilities required.

This is where Patrick Farcy was elected mayor without label (SE) with the unanimous vote of the 27 present by his majority. The opposition - under the leadership of the outgoing mayor, Gérard Guille Les Républicains (LR) - having preferred to play the politics of the empty chair.

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"Yes, the minority did not come," confirms the new mayor Patrick Farcy. And we were not made easier. All municipal employees were put on vacation on Saturday and Sunday. And the town hall was locked. It was the town hall secretary who opened it ”. “Small” annoyances which seem to be only the continuation of a campaign with the paces of duel without mercy.

The council therefore proceeded calmly. Elected officials well spaced from each other, masks and gloves close at hand and mouths. Also in the presence of Laurent Lafon, Senator UDI; Laurent Saint-Martin, LREM deputy; Pierre-Jean Gravelle, Val-de-Marne departmental advisor, former mayor of Villecresnes and Nadine Herrati, EELV departmental co-secretary, all important guests who supported the candidate during his campaign.

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Elected in the first round with 60.12% of the vote

After a moving tribute to Didier Giard, campaign companion of Patrick Farcy, who died at the beginning of May, the newly elected mayor reiterated his intention "to carry out the program which was largely supported by the Villecresnois and to do so in a permanent dialogue with the inhabitants ”.

At the end of the first round of these 2020 municipal elections, the list of Patrick Farcy had obtained 60.12% of the votes. The outgoing mayor, Gérard Guille, had won only 39.87% of the vote.

"I lived this advice with a certain emotion," says Patrick Farcy. Even if in two months, I had time to savor this victory. But I was also able, with my team, to work to forge links with those who will be our partners, regional and territorial authorities. What will allow us to be surely operational on several files to come ”.

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Nine deputy mayors, also elected this Saturday, will accompany him during this term. Namely: René Cullier de Labadie 1st assistant in charge of security, Anne Marie Martins (school life and early childhood), Stéphane Rabany (festivities), Dominique Caron (urban planning), Didier Fabre (social), Catherine Ardiot (works), Nicolas Ducellier (economic development), Beatriz Garcia (local democracy and women's rights), Matthieu Pierron (finance). And three municipal councilors covered with special delegations: Yannick Skoez (environment and development), Pierre Lentier (sports) and Marie-Annick Persello (tourism and twinning).

"I am going to take advantage of this last day of relaxation," concluded Mayor Patrick Farcy. Because after, there will be work! Our first act, this Monday morning, will be to see how we can reopen the schools quickly, and we will ask ourselves the question of the leisure center this summer. ”

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