Special envoy to Marseille
"What is this mess? Looks like we won the Champions League. " Passing in front of the Marseille town hall on Saturday in the Old Port, it was enough to have a glance at this young man to understand what was going on. "Ah, they had to elect the new mayor," he said with interest to his friend, approaching the crowd to see the city councilor. A few meters away, there is general euphoria. Michèle Rubirola, the new mayor of the Marseille city, has a crowd bath, followed by a swarm of cameras and photographers.
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Smile up to the ears, tricolor scarf on the shoulder, the leader of the Printemps marseillais multiplies the accolades and the handshakes, to the detriment of barrier gestures. "Marseille is finally ironed on the left, it's magnificent," rejoices this activist who, since 8 am, has been waiting with hundreds of other people for the outcome of this incredible election.
Until the very last minute, the outcome of
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