Isabelle Saporta, former radio journalist and partner of MEP Yannick Jadot (EELV), joins the list of the former communicator of François Hollande, Gaspard Gantzer, for the municipal in Paris, according to an interview published Monday evening by Le Parisien on his site. "The only thing that drives me today is to change the lives of Parisians," Isabelle Saporta says in this interview.
"What I like about Gaspard is this freedom: we are not in a party, we start from a blank page, we are pragmatic, we have the will to make progress," says Isabelle Saporta. . "Gaspard caught the ball when he heard me say that I wanted to play politics when I left RTL in late May."
"Sorry (...) that it displeases everyone"
"With our project, ecology will be the new matrix through which everything must pass," promises Gaspard Gantzer, announcing "organic farmers in Greater Paris, artisans in the heart of the city, canteens where children eat well and local ... "In return for this rally, Gaspard Gantzer undertakes to appoint Isabelle Saporta" first assistant, in charge of urban planning and ecology ", if they win the municipal in Paris in March 2020.
Asked by the daily about the rally to Gaspard Gantzer while his companion is elected EELV, and that the environmentalist party in June nominated his candidate, David Belliard, Isabelle Saporta said "sorry" "that it displeases to some and other". "The party drunk, it was never my horizon My horizon is ecology Today, given the urgency, the question is not to know in which current you are but when does it change, "she says.
Multiple candidatures for the mayor of Paris
A few months before the municipal elections, the candidatures multiply in Paris: Benjamin Griveaux for LREM, David Belliard for EELV, Ian Brossat for the PCF, Pierre-Yves Bournazel in the center. For its part, LR must choose in the autumn between Rachida Dati, Jean-Pierre Lecoq and Marie-Claire Carrere-Gee, to face the outgoing mayor (PS) Anne Hidalgo, whose candidacy for his succession does little to doubt. Disappointed to have won the investiture LREM, the mathematician Cédric Villani leaves him floating doubt until early September about a possible dissenting candidacy.
Asked about a possible alliance with Cédric Villani or Pierre-Yves Bournazel in the first round, Gaspard Gantzer remains elusive: "I did not embark on this difficult conquest of Paris to be the second of whoever, but to gather on ideas and a way of doing politics. "