In the run-up to September's senatorial elections, the left's grand cuisine is heating up again. Discussions are particularly lively in the capital. Each party advocates for a rally but each plays elbows to impose candidates in an eligible position. As is often the case, the balance of power is invited even within the formations. The Paris federation of the PS, for example, announced Thursday that an agreement had been reached with that of the communists, their allies at City Hall.
"This list is based on the work and common achievements of the municipal majority around Anne Hidalgo and intends to defend them in Parliament," they co-signed in a statement. A list with names of candidates has already been drawn up. Problem: no name supported by the national leadership is in an eligible position. Within the Rose Party, many see it as an "insult" by Anne Hidalgo against First Secretary Olivier Faure. Both are cold since the presidential election...
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