National Front deputy Joris Hebrard, who angered his camp with the opening of a mosque, wants to leave the National Assembly and become mayor of Ponteet (Vaucluse) again, parliamentary sources told AFP Tuesday 4 April, confirming information from “Point”.
He had received a reprimand during the Executive Office of the National Army at the end of March after it opened “cultural and religious center” du Pontet of the Franco-Turkish Cultural Association of Greater Avignon (ACFTA). criticized his party “A mosque openly linked to Turkish power and influence networks”.
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He confirmed to AFP that Joris Hebrard, who remains Pontet’s deputy, hopes to be re-elected as mayor in the next city council. Due to a lack of mandate backlog, he will then leave his duties as deputy to be replaced by replacement Catherine Gwyn, according to a source within the party.
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His election to the City Council would allow the RN to spare part of this first constituency for Vaucluse. Joris Hebrard specifies that he is awaiting the resignation of the current mayor, Patrick Suisse, in order to be registered with the county.
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At age 40 and mayor of Ponte from 2014 to 2022, Joris Hebrard was elected deputy in June, with 51.14% of the vote against the rebel candidate from Nobis, Fred Varese.
On Sunday, at LCI, Marine Le Pen once again criticized the presence of the deputy at the opening of the Ponteet mosque. He totally opposed the National Assembly project. We are against the cathedral mosques, it is the cathedral mosque, we are against the influence of foreign countries. Like Türkiye and they have it “confusion”denounced the chairman of the parliamentary group RN.