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For Hervé Morin, Rachida Dati still has a card to play in Paris

The president of the Centrist Hervé Morin still believes in the chances of Rachida Dati in Paris on the 28th of June next. For him, the great game of municipal is not done to the right. He said Wednesday the Figaro before joining the 9th arrondissement of the capital, where the candidate Peter Maurin, a centrist committed behind Dati, has received its support.

"Everything is still open, judge Morin. Between the collapse of power and the will to break with the governance socialist, there's a real card to play, because the Parisians understood that Dati was the only one to be able to go out Hidalgo the mayor of Paris," continues the president of the Normandy region. He believes that the candidate of the Walkers Agnès Buzyn may lose many votes in ten days, affected in particular by the criticisms on the management of the health crisis.

According to the latest Ifop survey-Fiduciary of June 6, the mayor outbound has, however, 44% of voting intentions, against 33% for the candidate of the right, and 20% for that of The Republic in March. By allying with environmentalists, Hidalgo would benefit from a dynamic between two towers.

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But for Morin, the score of the candidate socialist "is not very good for a mayor outbound". The image of the candidates involved with Dati, such as the centrist to which it provides support in the 9th district, Morin believes in the possibility of a rebound. "Peter Maurin is a man true to his convictions. He has a good knowledge of economic topics and has all the qualities to be a great tribal leader", stresses the president of the centrists. Peter Maurin was a delegate to the federation of Paris and national secretary for the economy and employment of the party The Centrists.

The part will not be easy for him in the 9th arrondissement. In the first round, he got 15,74% of the vote in the face of Delphine Bürkli, the mayor outbound end of the right, which campaigned under the colors of the Walkers (36,90%). Arnaud Ngatcha, candidate of the PS engaged behind Hidalgo has also qualified for the second round after having obtained 25,05% of the vote.

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