hardly had he given the keys to Matignon, Jean Castex, that here it is again in the city hall of le Havre. Former Prime minister Edward Philip was re-elected to the position of mayor Sunday, July 5, with 47 votes to 59 at the inaugural session of the new municipal council elections of 28 June. The list led by Édouard Philippe had collected 58,93 % of the vote. He has already been mayor of this city of 170,000 inhabitants, from 2010 to 2017.
Elected mayor of le Havre, Édouard Philippe is the scarf habs pic.twitter.com/HoExOCqwkG— BFMTV (@BFMTV) July 5, 2020
The new mayor has been acclaimed by the members of the board and the public present in the room, among which was the minister of the Action and of the public Accounts, Gérald Darmanin, himself re-elected mayor of the city of Tourcoing on may 23, last. The new conceiving of le Havre was first observed a minute of silence in memory of two political leaders of the region, have disappeared in recent months.
Before delivering his first address, Édouard Philippe wished to be appointed, the whole of the deputies. The former head of government appeared serene and happy. If there is a "relief" for Édouard Philippe, it is a "physical relief, more than a relief of the spirit : three years background, it's exhausting," said his friend, mep Gilles Boyer, who came " to witness this beautiful moment."