Socialist Party: the rise of Sebastien Vincini


Posted on 16/04/2018 at 15:54 , Last updated on 16/04/2018 at 16:00


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The first federal party of the Socialist Party of Haute-Garonne, Sébastien Vincini (40), is now one of the leading French socialist leaders. Mr. Vincini has integrated this weekend at the National Council of the PS the first circle of Olivier Faure, the new first secretary of the movement. By obtaining the portfolios of the renovation, decentralization and political animation of the party, it recovers more or less the function occupied recently by Christophe Borgel, former MP for Haute-Garonne and ex-number 3 of the PS. “This is a mark of recognition,” said Monday Vincini, who was actively led campaign for Olivier Faure with twenty or so other big bosses of federations in the name of the renovation and the defense of the territories. The new national secretary becomes “the provincial” of a tightened leadership (24 members instead of 80) and the privileged interlocutor of the first federals. “It has been a long time since a provincial official had not held such a position,” said Sébastien Vincini, who will ensure that “the PS remains connected to all territories. I want to keep my feet on the ground. “We have known the worst” Departmental advisor, boss of the second federation of France (3,800 members), this forty-year-old from Cintegabelle will launch the construction of upcoming elections, first European and then municipal and departmental, and the debate on subjects such as primaries, renewal or non-cumulation of mandates over time. “The socialist idea has not disappeared, wants to believe Mr. Vincini. There is a political space today that is not occupied. “Changes should be made quickly: setting up a digital platform open to activists, new membership formulas (long-term or simplified), five-year Holland inventory …” We knew the worst, we will know the hardest Says one of the new strongmen of the Socialist Party.

SÉBASTIEN MARTI @sebmartidepeche


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