The unity displayed within the Parisian executive to win a maximum of seats in the Senate, Sunday, September 24, did not last very long. As soon as the senatorial elections were over, discussions resumed in the majority, between socialists, ecologists and communists. With a clear objective for everyone: to recover the positions left vacant by Anne Hidalgo's deputies freshly elected to the Luxembourg Palace. And the different components of Anne Hidalgo's municipal majority are far from having the same ideas in this area.
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