The Rémois Jean-Marc Roze (DVD) takes the head of the Marne Departmental Council. A single round was enough, Monday November 6, to decide between the two right-wing candidates in the running. Facing Julien Valentin (LR), Jean-Marc Roze, first vice-president, responsible for finances and deputy mayor from Reims received 32 votes. No abstentions on the clock, since his competitor collected 14 votes. It was during an extraordinary session that the forty-six advisors of the department spoke.
“Our embly trusted me to elect me as president until 2028. It is an immense honor and immense pride,” underlines Jean-Marc Roze. The latter thus succeeds Christian Bruyen, elected senator last September. The new president also hopes to carry out his mandate in continuity with the work accomplished so far by his predecessor. Let us remember that until now only one Rémois had accessed the chair of president of the departmental embly, the former mayor of Reims, Paul Marchandeau, elected in 1937.
Jean-Marc Roze, 74 years old, will therefore be the second to access it. Also involved in Reims political life alongside Mayor Arnaud Robinet, as finance istant, he will have to resign in the coming days from this position as well as from that of budget rapporteur in Greater Reims. However, he will remain a municipal and community councilor. On social networks, many elected officials congratulated Jean-Marc Roze, like Arnaud Robinet hailing “a beautiful person, generous and deeply human. »