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Sport Citizen collectives, key players for the Marseille left

14:30  23 june  2020
14:30  23 june  2020 Source:   lemonde.fr

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Citizen defense collectives, particularly active in Marseille since the collapse of a building on rue d'Aubagne in 2018, have a possible influence on the outcome of municipal elections, according to a note from Sciences Po academics.

Allies or adversaries? In Marseille, the powerful collective of citizens play a decisive role in the life of the Marseille city: acting outside traditional political formations, they contribute to the “awareness of the inhabitants”, in particular on the fundamental question of housing. Well placed to win the town hall on June 28, the Marseille Spring - a left-wing coalition bringing together socialists, communists, "rebellious" and environmentalists - would have liked to build on this associative network which many supporters seem to have won over. But things are more complex: mistrust exists on both sides and the modes of action of the collectives are often too radical for an alliance which wants to arrive at responsibilities. And the citizens mobilized are very suspicious of the political parties.

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It is this ambivalent relationship explored by a note from the citizenship chair of Sciences Po Saint-Germain-en-Laye that Le Monde s is procured, by questioning the influence of "citizen collectives on municipal elections" and their relations with the institutional left.

The author of the study, Guillaume Origoni, chose to focus on collectives born around urban renewal and unhealthy housing. These questions crystallize the anger of Marseillais for several years that the local power seeks to change the image of the city. "One of the priorities of the municipal central services lies in the renewed attractiveness of the city center for the CSP +," notes the academic. The collective citizens, associations, as well as a fringe of the unions, oppose the attempts at gentrification in progress. One of the most striking examples was the significant opposition of residents to the Noailles-La Plaine neighborhood rehabilitation project. A zone to defend (ZAD) had even been created for a while.

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But it is above all the Collective of November 5 which plays a leading role in Marseille political life. Its name is taken from the collapse of a building in the rue d'Aubagne, in a popular district of the city center, which had caused eight deaths on November 5, 2018. The demonstrations that the collective organized sometimes gathered more than 10 000 people and may have been interspersed with clashes with the police. The concomitance of the movement of "yellow vests", important in the Marseille area, has also reinforced this polarization between citizens and public authorities.

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According to the note, the activism of collective citizens has, in any case, raised awareness of the shortcomings of housing policy in Marseille. Their speech infused and ultimately benefited the left. And this, even if the Collectif du 5 novembre has always shown extreme mistrust of the Marseilles Spring because of the presence of the socialists, seen as one of the cogs of clientelism. Conversely, the Marseilles Spring is wary of the radicalism of the collective which can repel a moderate electorate. Guillaume Origoni sums up: "The assembled and institutionalized left remains an adversary, but in no case an enemy for those who consider that direct action remains the best way to meet the expectations of the most disadvantaged. With a risk: that of seeing a dichotomy settle in the Marseilles left between elected representatives from the parties and an activist base, very mobilized but which keeps its distance from the representative system.

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