INFO LE FIGARO – The mayor of Cannes will be a candidate in November for the head of the Association of Mayors of France.

François Baroin hands over and chooses his successor. TO?? Head of the Association of Mayors of France, which he has chaired for seven years, the mayor of Troyes has decided to step aside at the next congress in November. A congress delayed by a year because of Covid.

This morning, the elected representatives of the right and of the center, members of the association’s executive committee, were brought together by video at the request of François Baroin … plastered after s’ Being injured in tennis.

François Baroin has clearly indicated his choice: he will support the candidacy of his vice-president, the LR mayor of Cannes David Lisnard. Contacted by Le Figaro, David Lisnard confirms his willingness to run: “Indeed, I will be a candidate. I want to carry this decentralizing ambition and the modernity of municipalities, whether rural or urban, as well as the voice of mayors. It is a fascinating mission consistent with all of my commitments ”.

David Lisnard knows the Association of Mayors of France and Rurality well. Before becoming its vice-chairman, David Lisnard, mayor of Cannes since 2014, worked with Jacques PÃ © lissard, former chairman of the AMF.

the 08/25/2021 at 2:41 PM

Baroin will not go to the Presidential … Already, it’s a big late riser .. !! In Bercy, he arrived in the middle of the morning with beautiful suitcases in front of his eyes ..! He is not the type to sleep 4 hours a night … But above all, he does not want to see at all his life scanned, peeled in case of President … Does his buttocks so clean …? Only he knows … In any case, he prefers his lucrative career as a lawyer and his position as External Advisor at Barclays Bank …. !!

the 08/25/2021 at 2:40 PM

at least he will support right-wing mayors while baroin dared not offend the socialists!

the 08/25/2021 at 2:39 PM

it is really not with Baroin that we will be able to get out of it. nonexistent for 4 years, we do not see it except at Stephane Bern to present his book.

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