- The Paris Council begins at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, October 3 and is scheduled to last for 4 days, until Friday, October 6. It is chaired by the mayor (PS) of Paris Anne Hidalgo.
- The last meeting of the Paris councillors dates back to June.
- The political season is busy: this weekend, the senatorial elections took place. A reshuffle is now expected within the deputies after the departure of three of them to the Luxembourg Palace.
- Many topics to discuss at City Hall: The future of booksellers during and after the Olympics, Paris without cars, the strike of animators, the start of the school year, bed bugs ...
A complicated reshuffle around Anne Hidalgo?
The municipal majority is divided on the successors of the elected representatives who will leave for the Senate. The PCF and EELV groups are negotiating for more deputy or delegated councillor positions. Read in our article.
Three Senate Assistants
This Sunday, the grand electors of Paris were called to the polls to renew the 12 seats of senators of the capital.
Three historical pillars of the socialist mayor 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 deputy for health.