Paris (AFP) – Jean-Christophe Cambadélis should be elected first secretary of the Socialist Party with a score “over 70%” of the votes of militants, announced Thursday Christophe Borgel responsible PS elections.
Mr. Cambadélis, whose motion, signed by almost all ministers and Martine Aubry, had arrived well ahead last week, was assured of being elected MP against the “rebellious” Christian Paul.
” Jean-Christophe Cambadélis should make a score above 70% “of the vote, told the press at the headquarters of Mr. Borgel PS rue de Solferino, stressing that it was partial results on” counting in more than 50% of the sections “. Participation is “49 to 50%, he added.” 131.000 activists were asked to vote.
“I commend his appointment Jean-Christophe Cambadélis, our first secretary for the period ahead,” said Paul to the Christian press, considering that the “results (were) partial but significant. “