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Entertainment Marseille: Michèle Rubirola asks the State to rebalance the powers between the city and the metropolis

15:05  25 october  2020
15:05  25 october  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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 Coronavirus in Marseille: Several hundred demonstrators against the closing of bars, they denounce a Martine Vassal and Renaud Muselier joined the demonstration to the applause of the crowd this Friday © Fabien Dupoux / SIPA Les Marseillais do not understand the closures of bars and restaurants and see it as a new quarrel between Paris and Marseille.

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The mayor of Marseille, who says he has no room for maneuver, because blocked by a metropolis chaired by his political rival Martine Vassal, called Jean Castex on the subject

Jean Castex et Michèle Rubirola lors d'une rencontre en octobre 2020 © NICOLAS TUCAT / AFP Jean Castex and Michèle Rubirola during a meeting in October 2020 POLICY - The mayor of Marseille, who says he has no room for maneuver, because blocked by a metropolis chaired by his rival political Martine Vassal, questioned Jean Castex on the subject

After a meeting with the Prime Minister, visiting this Saturday at Marseille , the ecological mayor of the second city of France called on Jean Castex to intervene to rebalance the powers between the city and the metropolis, chaired by its main political rival, the former LR candidate in the municipal elections Martine Vassal.

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"It is up to the state to change this situation urgently," insisted the new mayor of Marseille, in a statement, after meeting the Prime Minister in his office at city hall.

Without leeway

Affirming that "the legacy of 25 years of risky management (by the former LR municipality of Jean-Claude Gaudin) leaves it without the necessary leeway to invest in the future of the city", Michèle Rubirola regretted that "the tools for regional planning in terms of housing or public transport" are "held" in the Aix-Marseille metropolis "by elected Marseille opposition".

"Those who seriously failed yesterday at the head of the town hall of Marseille continue, against the choice of the Marseille people, to guide the destiny of an entire city", denounced the environmentalist mayor of Marseille, in direct reference to Martine Vassal.

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