A fourth term for Maryse Joissains. The mayor outgoing Republicans won this second round of elections
Aix-en-Provence, in the
Bouches-du-Rhône, with approximately 43,53 % of the votes cast. A victory for the one who had been convicted for misappropriation of public funds and illegal catch of interests a year ago. A contrast, also, to Maryse Joissains, including the penalty of disqualification was overturned by the supreme court less than a month before the first round.
“I admit that I would have liked a little more but I am extremely pleased. It is a beautiful victory in the face of Anne-Laurence Petel, who has benefited from the announcements of the billions of the Republic announced by the president. But during this campaign, I was dirty. It was a campaign of soiling. I think I’ll go to the courts. There are things that I can’t let go “, she said.
The member of parliament for The Republic in march, Anne-Laurence Petel, finally arrives second with the 32,12 % of the vote, ahead of Marc Pena, the candidate of the rally of the left with 24,34 %. The Republic running had made Aix-en-Provence, such as Le Havre, one of its objectives in these municipal elections missed for the presidential party.