Canada In Toulouse, difficult alliance of the left before the second round of the municipal
Deconfinement in Marseille: The city postpones the return of CE1, CE2 and CM1 to June 2
Their resumption was initially scheduled for Monday, May 25 © J. Saint-Marc / 20 Minutes Children left to fend for themselves in the yard from a school in Marseille. EDUCATION - Their resumption was initially scheduled for Monday, May 25 Toulouse De-confinement in Toulouse: 41 more schools will reopen on May 25, before 100% of primary education on June 2 Small Marseille students enrolled in CE1 (excluding REP), CE2 and CM1 do not will resume school only on Tuesday, June 2.
Facing Jean-Luc Moudenc, outgoing mayor The Republicans, the two lists of the left seek to ally. Socialist Nadia Pellefigue could run for the city and leave the town hall to the environmental candidate.
Toulouse, the fourth largest city in France, switch to the left? This scenario seems possible when reading the results of the first round, although Jean-Luc Moudenc, the outgoing mayor Les Républicains (LR) supported by La République en Marche, came out on top with 36.19% of the vote on March 15. Behind him, Antoine Maurice, the environmental candidate who leads the Citizen Archipelago list (Europe Ecologie-Les Verts, La France insoumise), created the surprise during this first round by obtaining the second position with 27.57% of the votes.
Municipales 2020: Calendar, health measures, powers of attorney… The announcements of Edouard Philippe and Christophe Castaner on the second round of June 28
Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and the Minister of the Interior Christophe Castaner announced this Friday the calendar and the practical details of the second round of municipal elections in France © BENOIT TESSIER / POOL / AFP Edouard Philippe and Christophe Castaner have announced the date and the framework for the elections for the second round of municipal elections ELECTIONS - Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and the Minister of Home Affairs Christophe Castaner announced this Friday the ca
The ambitious socialist Nadia Pellefigue is content with third place (18.53%). Relying on this non-negligible result, however, the candidate for the head of the "A New Energy" list (Socialist Party, Left Radical Party, Communist Party) wants to impose her conditions before joining forces with the Citizen Archipelago.
Favorable for a rally, it demands in return the presidency of Toulouse Métropole, the urban community which is piloting major development projects and the economic development of the thirty-seven municipalities that make it up. In this configuration, the keys to the Capitol would then be entrusted to Antoine Maurice.
"We are not in the logic of a carpet dealer or lying poker", defends Nadia Pellefigue, the elected representative in the Occitania region responsible for economic development and research. For the forties, this “solution” would make it possible “to find what would not contribute to a loss of votes”. “We have the recipe to convince our constituents who are different and to add our voices. And that must be illustrated by this shared governance, "she explains.
Coronavirus in Toulouse: In Bagatelle, associations struggling with the precariousness of new families
The Maison de quartier de Bagatelle, in Toulouse, has seen new families flock as part of the food parcel operation it has implemented in place for a month © NICOLAS MESSYASZ / SIPA Illustration of a collection of food products during the coronavirus health crisis.
A proposition swept by the principal concerned. “It is presented as a prerequisite for a rally and based on the result of the first round. It seems to me daring to ask for it at this stage. I am not in a distribution of positions. This question will be dealt with in a second time, after June 28, with the mayors of the thirty-six cities ", specifies this lawyer of training 39 years old, who considers as" essential "the union of the two lists.Points of divergence
Although the measures of a joint project were discussed in the evening of the results of the first round, the agreement was still not finalized at the end of April. Because the points of divergence between the two lists seem irreconcilable. If the socialist candidate pleads for the creation of a high-speed train line and a third metro line, Antoine Maurice defends a redevelopment of existing train lines, the extension of the tram line and the creation of a RER.
Seine-et-Marne: François Bouchart re-elected mayor of Roissy-en-Brie
© City of Roissy-en-Brie Roissy-en-Brie, this Monday. François Bouchart was elected mayor at the installation municipal council. The sports ground of the Nelson-Mandela gymnasium was the theater of the installation municipal council, this Monday evening in Roissy-en-Brie. Unsurprisingly, François Bouchart (DVD), the outgoing mayor, was re-elected by city councilors installed offshore.
Nevertheless, the union of the left is not in vain, want to positivize the two candidates who resumed discussions again Thursday, May 28, five days before the lists are tabled. Antoine Maurice and Nadia Pellefigu are due to announce their decision mid-day Friday, May 29. With 5.66% of the vote in the first round, Pierre Cohen, the former socialist mayor of Toulouse from 2008 to 2014, who coveted a second term this time with Generation. s, decided to join the Citizen Archipelago.
And then, the pandemic went through there and, with it, its share of economic consequences, which will weigh in the debate between the two towers. Even if Toulouse is relatively spared from the health crisis, the expected repercussions on aeronautics promise to be significant. However, this sector, driven by Airbus, whose head office is in Blagnac in the Toulouse suburbs, is the engine of the metropolitan area, with nearly 85,000 jobs.
Faced with this crisis situation, the two candidates on the left modify their program to respond to the emergency. "In this period, immobility would not be responsible. We must ensure that the impact of the crisis is absorbed as strongly as possible and that aeronautics is supported on trajectories that allow a more sustainable future, "specifies Nadia Pellefigue.
LREM withdraws its nomination to Gérard Collomb after its alliance with LR
© Copyright 2020, L'Obs In the aftermath of Gérard Collomb 's agreement with the Lyon right , La République en Marche has withdrawn its nomination to the former minister for the second round of municipal elections in Lyon. "The national nomination committee denounces the decision of Gérard Collomb and Yann Cucherat to ally with Laurent Wauquiez, Etienne Blanc and François-Noël Buffet," said LREM in a press release.
The socialist, a former adviser to the European Parliament, then wishes to "initiate a reflection on the future of the sector by associating aerospace players". A measure shared by Citizen Archipelago. "We have to get around the table so as not to make the same mistakes," confirms Mr. Maurice."Significant loss of voice"
In Toulouse, as everywhere in France, abstention broke records during the first round. Only 36.66% of voters in Toulouse went to the polls, against 54.5% in 2014. "The fear of the virus has played a lot, analyzes Jean-Luc Moudenc, the outgoing mayor showered by the result obtained on March 15, below expectations. We can see that many electors who identify with the current municipality did not come to vote. The voice losses are considerable but there is no transfer to the other lists. »
Participation will therefore be a central issue in the second round. To encourage abstainers to vote, the 59-year-old Christian Democrat centrist defined a campaign "method" that will be on track in a few days.
Will the mayor benefit from a crisis management effect during the Covid-19 epidemic? For Nadia Pellefigue, there is no doubt. "He had, during two months of confinement, the exclusivity of the direct relationship with the Toulouse people," deplores the candidate. Jean-Luc Moudenc is more moderate than his opponent. "I don't know if it's an asset. Because June 28 is far away. And if the epidemic continues to decline, people will move on. "One month before the second ballot, the campaign rarely seemed so loose, so uncertain, in Toulouse.
Municipal in Essonne: it’s gone for the second round in 33 communes .
© DR Brétigny-sur-Orge, Tuesday June 2, 2020. Steevy Gustave and Sabrina Nouri have jointly submitted their Brétigny list first. The candidates of the 33 municipalities * of Essonne who still have to elect their mayor on June 28, had until Tuesday evening 6 pm to submit their list. Some have withdrawn, others have merged. The prefecture was unable to communicate the list of candidates appearing before the voters for this second round.