Le Mans Congress

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The Le Mans Congress was the twenty-first national congress of the French Socialist Party (Parti socialiste or PS). It took place from November 18 to 20, 2005.

The objective of the Congress was to solve internal divisions created by the French referendum on the European Constitution and designate a new leadership at all levels.

Results by departmental federation

Motions[edit]

Five motions were presented to be voted upon by members:

Results[edit]

Popular vote
Motion 1 (Hollande)
  
53.63%
Motion 5 (NPS)
  
23.54%
Motion 2 (Fabius)
  
21.17%
Motion 3 (Utopia)
  
1.02%
Motion 4 (Bockel)
  
0.64%

Hollande was re-elected as First Secretary unopposed. He won 76.96% of the votes.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ PS Congresses since 1971, France-politique