A surprising twist in the context of the battle for the presidency of the Essonne department, which has switched to the right Sunday. Beat at the right internal vote on Monday, Georges Tron (UMP) announces maintain his bid for the election of the new head of the departmental proceeding on Thursday.
And this despite the outcome of the meeting of 28 new right-wing elected officials on Monday morning were predominantly (15 votes against 12, white) voted for François Durovray, UMP mayor of Montgeron elected in the canton of Vigneux.
“I am a candidate for the presidency door in the vote which will take place on Thursday,” says the former minister after his defeat yet officially recorded initially. Referred to the foundation for rape (he has appealed), released by his peers who preferred the mayor of Montgeron, Georges Tron does not make weapons. “I thought about it and I will not let go of Essonne extreme left to extreme right. “
The leader of the UMP elected to the general council denounced a coup
In the mouth, the term” far left “refers therefore to the presidency of Jérôme Guedj socialist figure of the left wing of the party. The “extreme right” concept refers her to the party of Nicolas Dupont-Aignan (Debout la France). François Durovray is close to the deputy mayor of Yerres (it was his first deputy until 2008 before leaving in Montgeron), but never joined his party.
George Tron, Standing France – which had led a fierce campaign in the canton of Draveil face former minister – has “the same political line as the FN.” “NDA after Jérôme Guedj (outgoing socialist president Ed) , no thank you,” said Georges Tron.
Reaction Eric Mehlhorn, outgoing leader of the UMP General Council which organized the internal vote this morning: “François Durovray is the candidate of the right gathered, he insists. The secret ballot was the best vector for democracy. Georges Tron, as Francis Durovray, agreed early on in principle. Voting is very clear. “In the evening, Eric Mehlhorn, denounced in a statement a real coup of the county councilor, mayor of Draveil.” “I understand that the man may have been disappointed with the result of the vote this morning, which is not after losing an election. Nevertheless, I can not accept that we are freeing of the rules we
we collectively fixed. “