Marc Taulelle is no longer assistant to the construction and energy renovation of the buildings of the town hall of Nîmes (Gard). The mayor of the capital of Gard, Jean-Paul Fournier (LR), withdrew his delegations from the elected official, who has been part of the municipal majority since 2008, because of his support for Eric Zemmour.
Marc Taulelle had indicated that he wanted to invite the editorialist (and potential future candidate in the presidential election) to Nîmes on October 15, via the association he chairs.
“Divergences of political line and values”
“Divergences of political line and values have opposed us for a few weeks,” explains the mayor of Nîmes. Without ever closing the door to dialogue, I had, in agreement with him, to take a decision with serious consequences. Indeed, in view of his desire to maintain the arrival of Eric Zemmour in October, while the electoral calendar is accelerating, his position was no longer tenable. “A decision taken” with regret “, continues Jean-Paul Fournier, who says to have” enjoyed acting with him “, praising his work.
His eviction will be ratified at the next municipal council on September 25. “It’s a big mistake,” Marc Taulelle told France Bleu Gard Lozère. Introducing the offense of opinion into a team is not a good thing. I have values, I stick to them. “He also covets the post of referent for Eric Zemmour in the Gard.