This Saturday, October 9, Edouard Philippe launched his new party, called Horizons. Discover the elected officials of the metropolis of Toulouse, who have decided to join this movement.
On October 9, Edouard Philippe, the mayor of Le Havre and former Prime Minister of Emmanuel Macron, announced the creation of his new movement, called Horizons. A Macron-compatible party, which will work for the re-election of the President of the Republic in 2022, by expanding its electoral base to the right.
This new political proposal founded by Edouard Philippe has won over several elected officials from the metropolis of Toulouse, listed below:
– François Chollet, Vice-President of Toulouse Métropole and AGIR 31 referent
– Pierre Medevielle, senator from Haute-Garonne
– Hugo Cavagnac, mayor of Fronton
– Philippe Plantade, mayor of Bruguières and vice-president of Toulouse Métropole
– Adrien Moreau, municipal councilor of Blagnac
– Sylvie Brot, municipal councilor of Ramonville-Saint-Agne
– Colette Crouzeilles, deputy mayor of Saint-Orens-de-Gameville
– Aurélien Andreu-Seigne, municipal councilor of Cugnaux
– Florence Fabry, municipal councilor of Plaisance-du-Touch
According to them, Édouard Philippe “thus enriches the political offer of the country’s center-right”. “We have obtained a number of shared values from those close to his initiative who, in serenity, consider the long term. In the continuity of the action carried out in our territories, we share a base of ideas and the will to commit ourselves resolutely in the pursuit of the transformation of our country. The constitution of a broad gathering of the forces of a liberal, humanist, constructive right, close to the citizens and which clearly rejects extremes, we rejoice and we move. Our country needs to project itself into a built future and a just and peaceful social model. Horizons is likely to contribute to this hope. The inhabitants of Haute-Garonne will be sensitive to it, ”they say with one voice.