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Municipal in Trappes: acclaimed during his election, Ali Rabeh settles his accounts


Visibly affected by the controversies linked to the communitarianism of his city, the mayor (Génération.s) wished to return his victory to the inhabitants

It is almost 10:45 p.m. and youyous can be heard outside the town hall of Trappes (Yvelines).

The city council chamber suddenly empties to converge on the hall where Ali Rabeh arrives, victorious, surrounded by a crowd of raging supporters.

We tear up the thirty-something in a blue suit, surrounded by an efficient security service.

In the city council room, the elected Génération.s recovers a chair, a microphone and discreetly asks one of his “bodyguards” if he can remove his mask.

Tonight, Trappes is a party and we absolve ourselves of the protocol.

Tonight, Trappes breathes a scent of revenge.

Tonight, Trappes is screaming his civility in the ears of those who “accused her of the worst evils, the worst infamies”.

Ali Rabeh relishes his victory in front of a wild crowd.

As ambassador of his city, Ali Rabeh settles accounts with his adversary Othman Nasrou, whose name he will not pronounce, but also with all those who from Paris or elsewhere have complacently fed the thesis of "lost territory fallen into the hands of Islamism ”.

"He wet the jersey on the TV sets"

The mayor gives up a few minutes to the facility to offer his victory to the Trappists who would have suffered from it.

"I only know worthy men and women who have an honor," he says.

Applause, youyous, cries.

"He wet the jersey on the TV shows, took it all in the mouth to defend us" relate several residents.

Like a boomerang return, the arguments of his opponents have finally united the inhabitants around their mayor.

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After fifteen minutes, he goes back down to the arena, everyone wants their selfie, their photo with the mayor and the guards are forced to filter nicely, one of them even forgetting the status of the police commissioner who came to his meeting…

Ali Rabeh is drowned in kisses, touched, embraced, congratulated, carried, ovationed.

Here he meets his mentor Benoît Hamon, the former minister and founder of Génération.

s, withdrawn from political life since September and from Trappes for many months already.

The former deputy of the sector is almost an anonymous in the middle of the supporters "Rabehiens".

With his final score, Ali Rabeh silenced all competition and sent a strong message.

Tonight, Trappes holds his new herald and one wonders who will be able to dislodge him.

Source: leparis

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