Participated in Mayotte, victory for leftists in Guyana and Martinique

A man in the field Guadeloupe, A trade union list from left
In Guyana, The visit of the former regional president
Martinique And a registered participation
Mayotte… foreign voters also went to the polls on Sunday,

20 minutes Takes the results of regional and regional elections in Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guyana and Mayotte.


In Guadeloupe, the outgoing leader of the region, Ari Salas (LREM), who had been mayor of the city of Pei-Mahalt for twenty years, was widely re-elected on Sunday evening. Bei-Mahalt’s deputy mayor began his career as a municipal councilor with RPR in 1989, then became mayor in 2001 and was subsequently re-elected, especially since the first round in 2014. Ari Salas, vice president of the third district and regional council for Guadeloupe, has been moving closer to the local left since 2015.

In 2017, regional leader Ari Salus was the spokesman for presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron in the Adromers. Although he has pledged tourism growth as a lever for Guadeloupe’s development as his first mandate as regional leader, targeting one million tourists by 2020, the Govt 19 crisis is showering all hope on achieving this short – term goal. The man, like his main rival, Joset Boral-Linserdin, was caught up in political-judicial cases. He was remanded in police custody for more than 30 hours in May as part of an investigation into the 2015 election campaign’s “breach of trust, embezzlement of public funds and illegal funding.”


The union list of three left-wing candidates led by Deputy Left Gabriel Servil (TVG) in the first round clearly won the election in Guyana’s local authority (CDG) on Sunday. This victory was to the detriment of outgoing President Rodolf Alexandre, whose group took over the rule of this unique community at the end of 2015 as a result of the unification of the region and the department. The union received 54.83% of the vote against 45.17% of the outgoing list, although they took the lead in the 1st round (43.71%). Voter turnout was high in Guyana for this second round, with a turnout of 53.22% against 34.79% in the first round.

Gabriel Cerville, who came in second with 27.68% of the vote in the first round, distinguished himself by occasionally opposing the state health policy in Guyana in the fight against Govt-19. For example, he does not want to take a stand for or against the vaccine when defending a traditional local pharmacy. Gabriel Cerville is also a supporter of the National Assembly of the Parliamentary Inquiry Commission, which evaluates the fight against the illegal gold ban in Guyana. He must drop his order of being a deputy. He succeeded in rallying the majority of the electorate between the two sides within this union, with Awala Yalimabo’s Amerindian Mayor Jean-Paul Pereira (DVG) considered moderate and finishing 3rd in the 1st round.


Serge Letzimi, 68, is the new leader of Martinique’s regional community, which won in 2015 over Alfred Marie Jean, who lost his seat as president. Since Sunday, Martinique has had a comfortable majority (26 seats) in the community. In 2001, Aimee Caesar proposed a subsequent candidacy for mayor of the capital. Four years later, at the 17th Party Conference, Aimee was elected leader of Caesar’s Progressive Martinique Party (PPM). He was re-elected mayor of Fort de France in the first round with 82.62% of the vote, relinquishing his chair two years later in 2007 when he was elected vice president. In the National Assembly, he was associated with the Socialist Committee.

During the 2010 election, his party and later Left allies nominated Alfred Marie Jean as the only candidate who could be ousted from the Regional Council. The list of “Together, for a New Martinique” he led came second in the round, and 26 of the 41 were selected. The tenure is difficult, with the new majority determined to feel the traffic on their own site thinking in 1997, but it has had difficulties progressing. The Letsimi Group makes huge investments, sometimes relying on public / private partnerships to fund its projects.

In the 2015 elections, he topped the Ensemble for a Martinique Novel (EPMN) panel list, topping the first round but losing in the second round. Winners In the first round, the second and third Alfred Marie Jean and Jan M மோnblazer, who formed the successful alliance on the Gran Chanplay Pau Pa Ba Bae Un Sans chance (put together to give the country a chance), put the community’s funds in the red.


Mayotte voters, who participated strongly in the second round of the departmental election on Sunday, confirmed the exact anchor of this foreign sector, but its presidential election remains uncertain. The majority of the 26 departmental councilors elected on Sunday are named on the right or center. LR candidates contesting seven of the thirteen constituencies won only three constituencies, but all of the other elected officials have different rights or central labels. Nonetheless, the L.R. Having a majority to win for Soybean Ibrahim Ramadan would be difficult for Deputy Mansour Kardin, the candidate for the post of department head and a narrow winner in the Sada (West) constituency.

Former LR or opponents are also in the same triangle of this second round as Ben Isa Osseni, the outgoing vice-president, won in Singoni (northwest) to achieve this goal. At Pettit-Terre Island, on Daniel Sadani Island, the centrists will play arbitrators with six zones and some presidents, such as the department councilor of Pomonti. But on Mayotte, we particularly welcome the participation rate, which is the highest in France. 68.14% of voters voted Sunday, 7 points more than in the first round and 2 points six years ago.