Friday, May 22, 2015

Congress PS: Cambadélis the motion gets 60% of votes –

A motion of Jean-Christophe Cambadélis for the congress of the Socialist Party won 60% of the vote, and the motion B slingers and the left 29%, said Friday, May 22 at the press responsible PS Christophe Borgel elections.

Florence C. Augier motion garnered 1.5% of the vote and the motion of the D Karine Berger MP 9.5%, has he added to the party headquarters rue de Solferino, adding that these figures were 92% of stripped electorate, and that there was “little chance that the final results”, which will be announced at Poitiers Congress (from 5 to 7 June), “s ‘away from these results there. “

Florence Augier, head of motion C, called following the announcement of its results to vote for Jean-Christophe Cambadélis as first secretary in the vote next Thursday.

“There is an urgent need to support the government”

The socialist militants are again expected to vote next Thursday to tie John Christophe Cambadélis whose A motion came top (60%), Christian Paul, head of the motion B slingers and the left wing (29%), came in second place.

“We call vote Jean-Christophe Cambadélis” said Florence Augier at PS headquarters rue de Solferino. “There is an urgent need to support the government, it has always been in that perspective.”

In preparation for the congress to be held in Poitiers from 5 to 7 June, the motion of the first secretary enjoyed Support almost all ministers and the Prime of them, Manuel Valls, and Martine Aubry, the former leader of the party, which was yet often critical of the government since 2012.

(With AFP)


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