A successful bet for the Parisian left. This Sunday evening, after the senatorial elections, the list that brings together the PS, EELV, the PCF and Generation. s won 8 senatorial seats out of the 12 that were to be renewed in the capital. The 2,881 grand electors who were called to ballot therefore enabled the list led by Rémi Féraud, the outgoing socialist senator, to win an additional seat.
Among the new faces elected within this list, that of Yannick Jadot, former ecologist presidential candidate. Three historical pillars of the socialist mayor also won a seat at the Luxembourg Palace: Ian Brossat, communist deputy for housing, Colombe Brossel, socialist deputy in charge of cleanliness and Anne Souyris, ecologist assistant for health.
Upcoming reshuffle in the municipal executive
An election that will therefore bring a major reshuffle within the Parisian executive. The election of the new deputies will take place on 6 October, on the last day of the next Paris Council. "This is extremely gratifying for the mayor that I am," said Anne Hidalgo. This shows that our majority retains the confidence of the great Parisian voters. »
The right - divided into three lists - still retains its 4 seats but with some surprises. The official list of the Republicans led by Senator Catherine Dumas won 3, including the election of the mayor of the sixteenth arrondissement, Francis Szpiner. The elected representative of the fifteenth, Agnès Evren, head of one of her three lists, succeeds in her bet by being elected. On the other hand, Pierre Charon, outgoing senator, close to Nicolas Sarkozy who was at the head of the third right-wing list, does not keep his seat.
The other disappointment of this election is that of the presidential majority. The outgoing senator, Julien Bargeton (former deputy in charge of finances to Anne Hidalgo before joining Emmanuel Macron) also failed to be re-elected.